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