The Fox River State Recreational Trail runs for twenty miles from downtown Green Bay to the Brown/Calumet County line along a former rail corridor and continues into Calumet County. The trail consists of asphalt-paved and limestone surface sections. The trail is open from 5 am to 9 pm daily, and an annual or daily state trail pass is required for bicycling, in-line skating, skateboarding and horseback riding. Walking is free. Passes are available online, at trail kiosks along the way, from the park office, or from various vendors in the community. Dogs are allowed on the trail if on a five-foot leash or less, and owners must carry a waste pick-up bag with them. Motorized vehicles including ATVs and off-road motorcycles are not permitted.
Directions: The Trailhead of the Fox River Trail is located near downtown Green Bay at the junction of Porlier Street and Adams Street, just south of the Mason Street bridge. Parking near the trailhead is available on Adams Street, and on weekends in the lot located under the Mason Street Bridge. Parking is also available at the Fox Point Boat Launch facility, Voyageur Park, Bomier Boat Launch and the corner of Klaus and Follett Streets in Greenleaf. The address listed is for the parking area off Duncan Ave.
Interactive Trail Map