Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Wausau area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Wausau, Wisconsin

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Wausau, Wisconsin

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Baker-Stewart Island Park

Bluegill Bay Park Trail

Cedar Creek Trail

Doepke Recreation Area Trail

Eau Claire River Trail

Hummingbird Road Multi-Use Path

Marathon Park Trail

Mountain Bay State Trail

Park Road Multi-Use Path

River Edge Parkway

South Mountain Road Multi-Use Path


Stevens Point

Regional Trails

Wausau is situated along the Wisconsin River in Marathon County in Central Wisconsin. Other communities in this area include Rib Mountain, Schofield, Rothschild, Mosinee, Kronewetter and Weston. This portion of Wisconsin is hilly and covered with thick forests, lakes, wetlands and farmland.

River Edge Parkway

The River Edge Parkway is a system of paved pathways along the Wisconsin River adjacent to Downtown Wausau. There are several separate sections to the trail and the sections are placed on both sides of the river.

The River Edge Parkway goes past the following parks and other points of interest:

Scholfield Park
E. Bridge Street
Barker-Stewart Island Park
Scott Street Bridge
Slough Bridge
Wausau Whitewater Park
Picnic Island Park
Isle of the Ferns Park
Hammond Park
Riverside Park

Mountain Bay State Trail

The Mountain-Bay State Trail is an 83-mile long mostly unpaved pathway that extends from a point in Weston just west of Wausau going east as far as Howard, a community on the north side of Green Bay in East Central Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along abandoned railroad beds and go through some very scenic portions of the state between the urban areas of Wausau and Green Bay. The trail is maintained by Marathon, Shawano and Brown counties.

The northwestern end of the Mountain-Bay State Trail is located on Mesker Street and Corozolla Drive in Weston.

Read more about the Mountain Bay State Trail

Hummingbird Lane Multi-Use Path & S. Mountain Road Multi-Use path

The Hummingbird Lane Multi-Use Path is a 3.7-mile long paved pathway that follows alongside Hummingbird Lane on the west side of the Wausau area. The pathway spans between Stewart Avenue and Park Road. The south end connects to the 1.1-mile long S. Mountain Road Multi-Use Path that goes past the Doepke Recreation Area.

Park Road Multi-Use Path

The Park Road Multi-Use Path is a 2.3-mile long paved pathway that follows alongside Park Road from Hummingbird Road to the Rib Mountain Ski Area.


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