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Beautiful county bike trail

We stayed in Elroy WI recently and enjoyed biking the Omaha Trail going between Elroy and Camp... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Lucy M
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Hudson, Wisconsin
Biking on a chili day

The trail was very easy except for small sticks and some buildup of leaves. We had a forty degree... read more

Reviewed 1 December 2017
gfinebaseball
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Olathe, Kansas
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30 Nov 2017
“Biking on a chili day”
5 Sep 2017
“Roundtrip Rail Trail Bike Ride Camp Douglas --> Elroy”
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1501 2nd Main St # 1593, Elroy, WI 53929-1041
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Reviewed 1 December 2017

The trail was very easy except for small sticks and some buildup of leaves. We had a forty degree day with a fifteen mph wind. Parts of the path blocked the wind at times from the west. We stopped at a very small town of...More

Thank gfinebaseball
Reviewed 6 September 2017

This is a county maintained rail trail which means you do need to buy a day pass wristband ($2). The Omaha Trail is an asphalt paved trail that needs a bit of maintenance but easy to bike. We enjoyed our Labor Day weekend bike ride...More

Thank Carla V
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We stayed in Elroy WI recently and enjoyed biking the Omaha Trail going between Elroy and Camp Douglas. It is a beautiful trail, and not as busy as the State trails. Very scenic and peaceful. We loved the tunnel!

1  Thank Lucy M
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

Straight and fairly level with an impressively tall tunnel. An easy half-day round trip with a stop for a meal and a couple of beers.

1  Thank Daniel L
Reviewed 15 July 2016

We rode this trail the first day. The trail is not crushed limestone like the others, but a sort of hard surface. However, I found this one to be not as smooth as crushed limestone and also not as pretty a trail as the 400...More

Thank Robin H
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

Started in Elroy at the large Commons area. Was able to purchase trail pass there at the depot building. Very large parking lot. Scenic ride , passing rock formations and passed thru one tunnel on the way to Camp Douglas. Got ice cream at small...More

1  Thank lorriK57
Reviewed 23 May 2016

The biggest disappointment for my husband and I was the fact that there was a giant tree covering the trail and we had to turn around. The tree was in a location where it was too steep of a grade to go around it on...More

Thank rafterlover
Reviewed 18 December 2015

I rode this from Elroy to Camp Douglas and back.The surface was paved at one time and has deteriorated quite a bit. It is a pretty scenic ride for the most part, some boring stretches. Bring your own water as there is limited facilities along...More

1  Thank SpiketheBiker
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