Brown County Parks has approximately 17 miles of horseback riding trails within Brown County which include 6 miles at Neshota Park and 8 miles located at the Reforestation Camp as well as 6 miles on the southern portion of the Fox River Trail. Trail passes are required for all persons 16 years or older. Daily Passes and Annual Passes can be purchased online and also at the trailhead.
Trails will close at sunset November 17, 2022.
- Obey trail signs and closures; stay on marked bridle trails.Yield right-of-way to all trail users.
- No grazing along trails.
- Walk, trot, canter - no racing.
- Attach pass to outer clothing or horse bridle so pass is visible at all times.
- Report trail hazards, violations and incidents to County Park Staff.
- Bring your own water.
- Remove horse droppings from trail immediately.
- To pick wildflowers and destroy, molest or deface trees, disturb wild animals, plants or natural features.
- To not clean up all manure and litter.
- To leave marked trails.
- To solicit business of any nature, place signs or distribute hand bills.
- To camp.
- For horses & trailers to be in undesignated parking lots and developed park areas.
Fox River State Trail - 6 miles of bridle trails shared with other users
- Facilities: Trailside toilet available at Klaus Street parking access
- Directions to the Fox River Trail: The southern portion of the trail South of Highway 96 in the Village of Greenleaf allows horseback riding on the gravel surface. Horses are permitted only on the trail as posted from Klaus Street in Greenleaf south to the Brown County line. Trailer parking is available at designated access point.
Neshota Park - 6 miles of marked bridle trails, leashed dogs welcomed
- Facilities: Restroom available at shelter
- Directions to Neshota Park: Take I-43 to Bellevue, turn East on Hwy. 29 to Poland, turn South on Cty Trunk "T", then left on Park Rd. About 15 miles from Green Bay
Reforestation Camp - 8 miles of marked bridle trails. Trails vary in width from 5 feet to 25 feet (mostly sandy and flat)
- Facilities: Trailside toilet available
- Directions to Reforestation Camp: Take Hwy. 41 to exit #176 (Suamico, County B). Turn West on County Road B and go 3.5 miles to Pine Lane. Turn right (North) on Pine Lane to Sunrise Road. Turn right (East) on Sunrise Road. Trailhead and parking lot will be on the left.
Please be a good trail steward and remain off the trails after heavy rains.
Trails Hours When Open: 8am to Sunset