Biking & Hiking

Ahdawagam Trails

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More than 20 miles of biking trails are included in the City of Wisconsin Rapids’ recreational system. Traversing through wooded and urban areas, along the riverfront, or aside city streets, the system is composed of five distinct trails ranging from 3 to 7 miles in length. 

Ridge Trail at Sand Valley Golf Resort

This advanced 3 mile trail traverses along the V ridge on the new Mammoth Dunes golf course. The trail features expansive sand blowouts, red pine plantation, and a majestic oak savanna. Hikers will enjoy golf course views of 14 of the 18 holes, including vistas on sand ridges as high as 80 feet above the course. This marked trail begins and ends at the Sand Valley Clubhouse, stop in the Clubhouse to ask for directions to the trail.

South Wood County Park Recreation Trail

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Circle the wooded shoreline of Lake Wazeecha, which is the Indian name for “lake of the land of the pines,” on this 4.1 mile multi-use recreation trail, complete with picnic areas and unforgettable views.


Northward Peddle and Paddle

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Northward is family owned and operated and offers recreational rentals for avid outdoor enthusiast including kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddle boards, fat/trail/road bikes and much more.

Songbird Trail at Sand Valley Golf Resort

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This trail will take you through a sampling of the restoration and remnant areas on-site as well as past golf landscapes and an intact red pine plantation! It is approximately 1.2 miles round trip. Located near Craig's Porch, stop in the Clubhouse to ask for directions to the trail.


Wisconsin River Trail (see Ahdawagam Trail map)

You’ll find glorious trees, singing birds, river views, and great company along the Wisconsin River Trail. Traveling from downtown Wisconsin Rapids through Port Edwards and into Nekoosa, this 9.5 mile trail connects the communities through a dedicated, paved, bike trail. Pack a picnic, grab a map, and set off on a family adventure.