Where to go - Bike

Our Favorite Routes
Route Distance Directions
Wrightstown Route 25 miles


Starting at the Fox Point Boat Launch/Park head south on the Fox River Trail to Heritage Road. The trail changes to pea gravel for the next 3 miles to Eiler Road (note: there are parallel paved roads a short distance east of the trail). Go west and follow the Fox River on County ZZ to Wrightstown. Take State Highway 96 west across the river and turn right (north) on County Road D and return along the river to DePere. Go past St. Norbert's College and take the bridge back across the Fox River and pass over the Fox River Trail. Return to trail and head north to Fox Point Boat Launch.
Bayshore Route 31 miles


Starting from In Competition Sports, head east to Humboldt Road. Go east to Spartan Road and then take a quick right on Luxemburg Road. Go east to Mercier Road and then north to Gravel Pit Road (via Hwy K). Be sure to go down the Bayshore Park Hill (carefully) and enjoy the view. Return on Sturgeon Bay Road to Edgewater Beach Road and descend (carefully) to Nicolet Road and home along the bay. Nicolet becomes University Avenue and takes you back to the starting point.
Our Favorite Trails
A couple of trails popular among riders in the Green Bay area.
Trail Location Description
Fox River Trail Downtown Green Bay to Greenleaf

Along the Fox River

Stretches 13.5 miles; approximately 6 miles of the urban section of the trail is asphalt-paved. Dogs are allowed on the trail (with leashes). An Annual State Trail Pass or Daily Pass is required, and can be purchased from businesses along the trail.
Baird's Creek Green Bay, WI - East Side Mountain bike trail with lots of variety so you can get in a good ride. Easy to very difficult.
Reforestation Camp Green Bay, WI 30 miles of linear and loop trails ranging from easy to advanced. Singletrack and doubletrack, as well as some roads. Home of the Stump Farm 12-hour endurance mountain bike race in early June. Access fee required: $3/day or $15/season.
Mountain Bay Trail Green Bay to Wausau

Trailhead at Velp & Riverview

Numerous access spots available.

This 83-mile trail is an old railroad line converted to a beautiful biking and running recreational trail. The scenic, wooded trail is a relatively flat, pea gravel surface with several parks to stop at along the way.
Destination Links
Wisconsin is a state that is made for bicycles. With one of the finest and most extensive paved road systems in the nation and varied off-road terrain, your only problem will be choosing where to go next. Here, we offer a number of links and route information to take you wherever you want to go... Your possibilities are endless.
Site Description
Travel Wisconsin "A trail for every bike" . . . On road tours, mountain bike trails, bike touring trails.

Bike Trails in Wisconsin - An extensive list of bike trails all across the state. Complete with phone numbers, length of trail, and brief descriptions.