Great for walking, enjoying nature. A great trail for bicycling or even horseback riding. Must check it out. Multiple starting locations with parking.
We ride round trip from Oshkosh to Larsen many times during the season. This trip is always a great experience!
I usually walk on this trail from the University along the river. Sometimes stinky there, but that's not the trails fault. Very peaceful walk, not too many people. The trail surface varies in different spots, and can be hot on a sunny day- take water along. Sinage could be a bit better in places, that is why I didn't rank... More
I like to find a decent run when I 'm out of town, and this one more than filled the bill. Started in town near the U, ran north 3 miles, over US41 on a wall-separated path on a bridge, and along the Fox, past the edge of a light industrial, then behind a swank neighborhood. Mostly along the water,... More
Nice trail and heard it's supposed to be expanded by end of this year. Close the the river and a local restaurant that has not too great of food, but a great outdoor patio!! We will be back!
This trail is a great walking/biking trail. It is in such a nice setting, mostly woodsy. Some of it is near cornfields, Lake Butte des Morts, Fox River, etc., depending on where you access the trail. There is plenty of parking near County Trunk Y and you can take off in either direction. Parking is limited if you access it... More
This is our favorite bike trail in the area. The trail is well maintained and crosses very few roads. The best thing about it is that is does not run parallel to major roads. You ride through woods and meadows. The trail connects to the Neenah/Menasha Friendship trail and with is's beautiful crossing of Little Lake Butte de Mortes.
So far this is the only trail close to me that I have found that allows bicycle riding on the trails for no additional fee. I really like this trail for bike riding with my kids because I feel it is safe. We park at the entrance in Medina and have traveled the trail going in both directions. From parking... More
This trail passes through farmland and wooded areas. There are a few small towns on the trail with some amenities. The parking areas are rather isolated so I usually access it from Oshkosh near Fratellos Restaurant. The section of the trail across US 41 has greatly improved with the recent road construction. Thanks to the highway engineers and construction workers... More
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