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Path to Barkhausen
Path to Barkhausen

In Wisconsin there are 41 State Trails open to the public, that cover more than 1,700 miles. Fourteen of these trails are managed by the WI DNR and 25 are managed by county partners. Brown County is one of these county partners that manages the below listed trails.

Bicyclists, in-line skaters, roller skiers, skateboarders and horseback riders age 16 and over are required to purchase a Trail Pass when using this trail. There is no fee for walking on the trail. Fees collected go into a segregated account and are used for maintenance and operation of the trail. Trail users under the age of 16 do not need a Trail Pass. Daily and annual passes can be purchased online and also at the trailheads.  Annual passes can be purchased in person at our State Trail Pass Vendors.

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The Fox River Trail is paved from the Trailhead to Lasee Road in De Pere. From Lasee Road south to the Brown County Line the trail is surfaced with very fine limestone or similar materials and is not designed for high speed travel.  Bicyclists should be alert on the unpaved section of the trail as it can become soft and wet, can erode quickly during heavy rains and is subject to animal damage.

Trail users should be aware that trail rules and permitted uses may be different for sections of the Fox River Trail. Watch for postings along the trail, or contact the Parks Office for additional information.  The following rules apply on the Fox River Trail: Interactive Map

 

The Mountain-Bay Trail is surfaced with a compacted crushed limestone material.  Bicyclists should be alert during inclement weather, as the trail surface can become soft and wet and erode quickly during heavy rains and is subject to animal damage.  Use caution around the sides of the trail as extremely STEEP slopes are present.

The Mountain-Bay Trail travels through 3 counties and trail rules and permitted uses may be different for various sections of the trail. Watch for postings along the trail or contact the respective County Offices for additional information.  The following rules apply on the Brown County section of the Mountain-Bay Trail:Trail map button
State Trail General Information & Rules