Map of the Tuscobia State Trail


Tuscobia State Trail

Tuscobia State Trail Wisconsin map area

Tuscobia State Trail


74 miles


unpaved - crushed stone


Birchwood, Wooddale, Yarnell, Lemington, Couderay, Radisson,  Winter, Loretta, Draper, Kennedy, Park Falls


rail trail, hardwood forests, rural communities, farmland,


Regional Trails

The Tuscobia State Trail is a 74-mile long unpaved pathway that spans between Birchwood and Park Falls in Northwestern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and takes a very remote route through the northern woodlands of the Flambeau River State Forest and the rugged Blue Hills. The route includes a number of rural communities, but there are stretches that are very remote.

The trail is open for all terrain vehicles, so trail users should be watchful.


The Tuscobia State Trail is unpaved with a surface of crushed stone. The trail is not groomed and can be rought. The trail is open for bike riding, hiking and horseback riding. The state does not recommend bicycling due to the rough conditions. The trail is also open for all terrain vehicles in summer and snowmobiles in winter.


The Tuscobia State Trail goes past the following communities: Birchwood, Wooddale, Yarnell, Lemington, Couderay, Radisson, Winter, Loretta, Draper, Kennedy and Park Falls.

Points of Interest

The Tuscobia State Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Birch Lake
Flambeau River State Forest
End Points

The southwest end of the Tuscobia State Trail is located along State Road 48 to the southwest of Birchwood.

The northeast end of the trail is located on the east side of Park Falls.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Tuscobia State Trail in Northern Wisconsin.