MANITOWISH WATERS FAT TIRE BIKE TRAILS
Manitowish Waters has some wonderful Fat Tire Bike Trails to try out this winter season – check them out!
- WINMAN TRAILS
- NORTH LAKELAND DISCOVERY CENTER TRAILS
MANITOWISH WATERS PAVED BIKE TRAIL
Manitowish Waters has a delightful 17 mile paved path that is now connected to Boulder Junction and beyond totaling over 47 miles of PAVED TRAILS!
The Manitowish Waters paved bike trail travels from the Powell Road/Community Center along Hwy. 51 to CTH W through Manitowish Waters shopping center, continuing along CTH W to the North Lakeland Discovery Center/Rest Lake Community Park. The paved trail continues along CTH W to CTH K, Camp Jorn, North Lakeland School,Boulder Junction and beyond! All together you can bike over 45 miles from Manitowish Waters to Boulder Junction to Sayner and ending in St Germain.
Come check out our fabulous new trail! There is no fee to use this trail.
Parking is available at the Discovery Center, Rest Lake Park, Koller Park, downtown M.W. or at the Community Center.
Learn more about the Bike Trail or to make a donation at MWBikeTrail.org
SHUTTLE SERVICE AVAILABLE:
If you are looking for shuttle service withing the Heart of Vilas County Bike Trail –
check out On the Go North for your bike shuttle needs.
NORTH LAKELAND DISCOVERY CENTER TRAILS
Enjoy hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing and wildlife watching along our 12-mile trail system.
Our trails are OPEN TO EVERYONE, from dawn to dusk. The terrain is gentle and winds through the woods, along the lake, bog and nearby Manitowish River allowing you to explore a variety of habitats each with their own unique plants and animals. In the winter, trails are tracked for classic skiing, and we have snowshoes available for use. (In winter, leashed dogs allowed on snowshoe trail only.) Members may use the snowshoes for free, general public pay $5 per pair.
More information can be found at Discovery Center Trails
The WinMan Trails are a network of silent sport trails in Winchester, WI.
Spanning 1300 acres of private and public land, the trails offer mountain biking, hiking, classic and skate skiing, groomed and ungroomed snowshoeing and winter fat biking.