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Map of the Wild Goose State Trail

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Wild Goose State Trail

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Wild Goose State Trail

LENGTH:

34 miles

SURFACE:

unpaved - compacted crushed stone

COMMUNITIES:

Fond Du Lac, Oakfield, Oak Center, Minnesota Junction, Juneau

HIGHLIGHTS:

Wisconsin farmcountry, woodlands, Horicon National Wildlife Refuge

RELATED LINKS:

Fond Du Lac

Regional Trails

The Wild Goose State Trail is a 34-mile long unpaved pathway that extends from Fond Du Lac to Wisconsin Route 60 south of Juneau in Southeastern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way. The trail travels through the Wisconsin farm country to the southwest of Fond Du Lac and passes through thick woodlands and several communities.

Conditions

The Wild Goose State Trail is unpaved with a surface of compacted crushed stone. The trail is open for hiking and bike riding during the months without snow. Snowmobiles are allowed in winter. Horseback riding is also allowed on parts of the trail.

Communities

The Wild Goose State Trail goes past the following communities: Fond Du Lac, Oakfield, Oak Center, Minnesota Junction and Juneau.

Points of Interest

The Wild Goose State Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Rolling Meadows Golf Course
Oakfield Village Park
Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
Nitschke Mounds County Park
Dodge County Airport
Wild Goose Park
Juneau Park
Juneau Community Center
End Points

The north end of the Wild Goose State Trail is located at W. Pioneer Road and S. Hickory Street on the south side of Fond Du Lac. There is a trailhead with parking on W. Rolling Meadows Drive.

The south end of the Wild Goose State Trail is located along Wisconsin Route 60 at Junction Road, a point that is a little over 4 miles south of Juneau. There is a trailhead with parking at this location.


Resources

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

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