Whether you enjoy walking, running, rollerblading, biking or riding your ATV/UTV or snowmobile, there are trails in the city that you can use to explore the beauty that our area has to offer!
Year Round ATV/UTV Road/Alley Route
Winter Motorized Trails
- 1.6 miles in the Superior Municipal Forest from Elmira Avenue to Billings Drive
- This is a flat, 10-foot wide, out and back blacktop trail
- Ample parking available at the Superior Municipal Forest trail head at 28th Street/Wyoming Avenue. There is also a small parking area off Billings Drive, so you can start at either end of the trail.
- Named best accessible trail by Lake Superior Magazine in 2019!
- 5 miles along the Superior Bay from the Intersection of Highways 2/53 to Moccasin Mike Road
- Enjoy beautiful views of the Superior bay.
- This is a blacktop trail, bridges are wooden. There are a few hills on this trail.
- You may park at Barker's Island, 18th Avenue East & E 2nd Street, Loon's Foot Landing or at Bear Creek Park off Moccasin Mike Road to access the trail from various points.
- 6.14 miles in the Superior Municipal Forest
- Enter trail on the north side of Highway 105 across from cemetery access driveway.
- Multi use, non motorized, challenging, single track trail
- Created and maintained by the Cyclists of Gitchee Gummee Shores (COGGs)
Makwa Ziibiins Miikana - Bear Creek Trail
- 2.25 miles on Wisconsin Point
- Enter the trail from just outside the Bear Creek Park parking lot
- Multi use, non motorized
- Views of Allouez Bay and Bear Creek
- Features 20 boardwalk sections totaling over 700 feet in length
- 16 Timber Crossings to protect wetlands
- Two large bridges
map of Non-motorized Trails
View a brochure on Wisconsin ATV-Snow Removal Laws
In 2020, Henry Campbell, then a senior at Marshall High School, began with an idea for creating Mountain Bike Trails in the Superior Municipal Forest as part of his senior project. Planning led to implementation and work on the first loop began in the summer of 2020 and was completed in late summer of 2021. Campbell, along with many volunteers, spent close to 200 hours clearing the corridor by hand, digging the riding surface and constructing bridges. They have plans to build more of these trail segments and have already begun clearing the corridor for segment two. This first trail segment is .24 miles. Currently, the trail is going through the City's naming process with a proposed name of "Senior Slide" and the public is welcome to give feedback on this name by emailing email@example.com.