Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Stevens Point area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Stevens Point, Wisconsin map area

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

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Green Circle State Trail

Hoover Avenue Trail

Tomorrow River State Trail

Westside Loop


Wisconsin Rapids

Regional Trails

Stevens Point is located in the middle of the State of Wisconsin along Interstate 39. The communities of Stevens Point, Whiting and Plover have several recreational trails for getting about town. Many of the trails require trail users to ride along surface streets to get from one section to the other. The Green Circle State Trail circles the city of Stevens Point and takes trail users into the natural areas and through the local parks. The Tomorrow River State Trail is a 29-mile long unpaved rail-trail that heads to the east from Plover.

Green Circle State Trail

The Green Circle State Trail is a 31-mile long system of trails that wrap around the urban area. The trail is open for bike riding, walking, running and dog walking. The trail has a variety of surfaces from asphalt, crushed limestone and even wooden boardwalks. Many of the off-road trail sections are separated by streets and trail users must travel along the road to get from one trail section to the other. The trail spur that heads down along Hoover Avenue intersects with the Tomorrow River State Trail. The Green Circle State Trail encompasses several local trails that have a variety of names.

The Green Circle State Trail goes by the following destinations: Zenoff Park, Stevens Point Sculpture Park, Schmeekle Reserve, Yulga Park, Iverson Park, Plover River Park, Whiting Well Field, Upper Whiting Park, Lower Whiting Park, the Wisconsin River, Mead Park and Bukolt Park.

Read more about the Green Circle State Trail

Tomorrow River State Trail

The Tomorrow River State Trail is a 29-mile long unpaved pathway that extends from Plover to Manawa. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way. The route goes past open farmland, over wetlands and across rivers. There are sections that pass through thickly forested areas. Use of the trail requires that cyclists over the age of 16 to have a Wisconsin State Trail Pass.

The west end of the Tomorrow River State Trail is located on Hoover Avenue on the southeast side of Plover.

Read more about the Tomorrow River State Trail


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Wisconsin

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Wisconsin.