Biking Trails in Green Lake

 

Whether you prefer cycling along the waterfront or finding off-road biking adventures, the biking trails in Green Lake area offer unique biking experiences for every level of cyclist.

On-Road Touring

Loop the Lake (24-mi) is a bike route that follows the perimeter of the lake. Made up of both paved (non-motorized) paths and low and high traffic roads. The Loop the Lake route will take you through some of the most picturesque scenery surrounding Wisconsin’s deepest natural lake.

View some of our recommended bike routes around the Green Lake area, ranging from 14-25 miles in length, click here. To make it easier on you, we have already mapped them out for you, check them out here.

Multi-Use Trails

The City of Green Lake trail is a paved trail that runs along Highway 23 from North Street to the Green Lake Conference Center. Plans to continue the trail to Ripon are currently underway.

The part of the Mascoutin Valley State Park Trail that is publicly accessible in our community is approximately 11 miles in length (Berlin to Ripon) and stretches along the old Milwaukee rail bed. The base consists of crushed limestone and grass and the corridor is mostly shaded in the summer. The trail passes through farmland and a secluded valley among gently rolling hills with scattered ponds.

Mountain Biking

For off-road adventure seekers, Ceresco Prairie Mountain Bike Trail at Ripon College provides the thrill of jumps and switchbacks along with a couple of nice climbs. The trail is built on the side of a hill and winds through hardwoods and tall prairie grasses. The trail is open to fat-tire cycling during the winter.

Off-road cyclists can also utilize the Guskey Miller Prairie Trail and the Sunnyside Conservancy Trail for off-road cycling in every season. Both trails feature fairly level terrain and a combination of prairie and hardwoods.

 

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The biking trails in Green Lake, Wisconsin give you a front-row seat to scenic vistas and diverse wildlife. Choose your trail and head outdoors for a cycling adventure today!

Biking Trails in Green Lake Wisconsin