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Trails
The Planner works with individuals, organizations, municipalities (local and neighboring) and the state on trail planning efforts. However, the Planner is not involved with snowmobile trail planning.  The Calumet County Parks Department coordinates those efforts.

Hiking Trails
  • Solomon Trail - This trail links the City of New Holstein to Kiel. The project was a joint effort between the two communities. The trail is paved and is approximately 2.25 miles in length. There are no trailheads.
  • Friendship State Trail - A 4 mile multi-use, limestone trail that runs from City of Brillion to Forest Junction along an abandoned railroad corridor. There is no trailhead. Parking is available at the Fox River State Trail Parking area on Holmes Road in Forest Junction. The distance from the parking lot to the Friendship State Trail is approximately 1 mile to the south.
  • Fox River State Trail - This multi-use trail runs east of Highway 32 / 57 from Green Bay to Ott Road, north of Hilbert for approximately 26 miles in an abandoned railroad corridor. The Calumet County portion of the trail has a limestone base and is 5.25 miles long. Parking is available on Holmes Road in Forest Junction.
Biking Trails
  • Solomon Trail - This trail links the City of New Holstein to Kiel. The project was a joint effort between the two communities. The trail is paved and is approximately 2.25 miles in length. There are no trailheads.
  • Friendship State Trail - A 4 mile multi-use, limestone trail that runs from City of Brillion to Forest Junction along an abandoned railroad corridor. There is no trailhead. Parking is available at the Fox River State Trail Parking area on Holmes Road in Forest Junction. The distance from the parking lot to the Friendship State Trail is approximately 1 mile to the south.
  • Fox River State Trail - This multi-use trail runs east of Highway 32 / 57 from Green Bay to Ott Road, north of Hilbert for approximately 26 miles in an abandoned railroad corridor. The Calumet County portion of the trail has a limestone base and is 5.25 miles long. Parking is available on Holmes Road in Forest Junction.
  • Calumet County Park – The bike trails are very popular with mountain bike racers and the everyday biker that enjoys nature and the challenge the bike trails have to offer.  Five-miles of trails wind throughout the park offering single-track segments through the woods and many scenic views along the way.
  • High Cliff State Park – A 7.5 mile horse/bike trail is located at High Cliff State Park.  Click here for a map of the trail.

Bridle Trails
An 8.5-mile long bridle trail is available at High Cliff State Park. Horseback riding is also allowed along the Friendship State Trail and the Fox River State Trail from Ott Road, north of Hilbert, to Greenleaf, WI.

Cross-Country Skiing
Groomed cross-country ski trails are available at:
  • Calumet County Park (four miles)
  • High Cliff State Park (Red Bird Trail, four miles)
  • Ledge View Nature Center (2.5 miles)

In addition, about six miles of ungroomed trails exist at Brillion Nature Center.

Snowmobile Trails
Calumet County snowmobile clubs maintain over 131 miles of public snowmobile trail. The county's trail network and interconnecting privately-maintained club trails are readily accessibly to all portions of the county and link up with trails of surrounding counties as part of a statewide system. Most public trails are easements across private property.



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