We Rounded Up What We Think Are the Best Bike Trails & Trips in Wisconsin🚴🏼‍♂️

Biking is more than just an outdoor recreational activity here in Wisconsin! In many of our tight-knit communities, it’s how we connect with the world around us. Whether you are a novice or an advanced biker, there are both paved and mountain bike trails all through Wisconsin. So, call your adventurous friends, pack the bikes, and load up on snacks, drinks, and fuel at your local The Store before you head out to cycle these five different trails all around Wisconsin!

Camp Vits Park Mountain Bike Trail – This trail consists of a two-mile beginner loop that branches off into three advanced sections. It’s a great way to tailor your ride to whatever time window you have!

97 S. Parkview Rd. – Manitowoc, WI 54220


Difficulty: Easy

Check out more to do in the City of Manitowoc here!


Green Circle Trail – This locally-operated hiking trail is 27-miles long and follows the scenic Plover and Wisconsin Rivers passages. It winds its way through a variety of urban and rural areas, so you have the choice to bike the whole 27 miles, just do a smaller loop or two, or plan a few rest stops along the way.

2419 Northpoint Dr. – Stevens Point, WI 54481


Difficulty: Easy, Medium

Check out more about this 27-mile hike here!


Clark County Mountain Bike Trails – Offering one of the finest non-motorized trail systems in Wisconsin. Clarck County Mountain Bike Trails provide bikers with more than 41 miles of trails that wind and loop through a portion of the nearly 135,000-acre country forest.

Fisher Ave. – Neillsville, WI 54456


Difficulty: Easy, Medium, Hard

Check out more on Clark Country recreational trails here!


Heart of Vilas County Paved Bike Trail – This behemoth trail system consists of more than 50-miles of paved trails that connect St. Germain, Sayner, Boulder Junction and Manitowish Waters and Mercer.

5352 Park St. – Boulder Junction, WI 54512


Difficulty: Easy, Medium, Hard

Check out this 50-mile paved bike trail system here!


John Muir Trails – Southern Unit – With this southern unit being only an hour from Madison and Milwaukee, as well as two hours from Chicago, this makes this section of the John Muir trails one of the most popular in the state.

N9097 County Road H – Whitewater, WI 53119


Difficulty: Medium, Hard

Check out more on the Kettle Moraine State Forest here!


If you are brand new to the world of biking in Wisconsin, check out Bike Wisconsin where they organize fun tours for all ages and skill levels. Tours allow cyclists to push themselves a little farther than they usually might, or just take their time and enjoy the beautiful Wisconsin scenery! Just like the trails we mention above, these tours can be customized so you have fun no matter how you prefer your bike trips. As the weather warms up, get ready to start reconnecting with nature on two wheels and discover something new about yourself and Wisconsin.

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