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Wood County Multi Use Trails

Main Office: 111 W. Jackson St., WI Rapids, WI 54495, 715-421-8422 / parks@woodcountywi.gov

Trail Pass Information

At each trailhead entrance, there is a registration station. Please stop and read the information and purchase your trail pass. We have available, an annual pass (calendar year), a daily pass, or an annual family pass. Current trail pass fees are posted at the trailhead, or you may refer to the "Fee" links at the bottom of this webpage. To obtain your pass, you have a couple of options for your convenience.

  • At the trailhead, complete the trail pass envelope, place money in the envelope and drop in the deposit box. You keep the top, yellow copy. You can pay with cash or check this way.
  • Log on to our new reservation system and purchase your trail pass with a credit card. Keep a screenshot of your receipt on you while utilizing the trail. If you chose to purchase an annual pass, it will be mailed to you within 7-10 days.
  • If you do not want to use the reservation system or buy at the trailhead, you can either call or come into the office during normal business hours, M-F, 7:30am - 4pm.
Richfield 360 County Forest Multi Use Trail

Trailhead: 8183 Heggelund Lane, Marshfield, WI 54449 - Town of Richfield

Open year round.

Trailhead sign and vault toilet.

The multi use trail has five, two, and one mile loop segments. It is routed across open fields, through forests, and along Puff Creek to provide additional scenic value.

Allowable uses during winter groomed conditions include: cross-country skiing, biking, and snowshoeing. No foot traffic allowed during this time. (hunters, dogs, horses, etc.)
*Fee Required

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Allowable use from Spring - Fall include: hiking, biking, and horse riding.

Richfield 360 County Forest Map


North Wood County Park Interpretive Hiking Trail

Trailhead: 7500 Park Ln., Arpin, WI 54410

Open only from May 1st - October 31st.

Approximately one mile, natural surface hiking trail with interpretive signs along the way.

North Wood County Park Interpretive Trails Map


Dexter County Park

Trailhead: 8220 State Hwy. 54, Pittsville, WI 54466

Open only from May 1st - October 31st.

1.75 Mile Interpretive Trail

An interpretive hiking trail surrounding the campground with signs along the way.

3.75 & 5.25 Mile Multi Use Trails

Surface is asphalt and natural, good for hiking and biking. Seasonally wet areas.

Dexter County Park Multi Use Trails Map


South Wood County Park

Trailhead: 6411 South Park Road, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

Park open from May 1st - October 31st. Public may use walk trail year-round however, parking lots, restrooms, and other amenities are limited. Trail is not maintained during the winter.

4.1 Mile Multi Use Trail. Surface is asphalt and gravel for hiking and biking.

South Wood County Park Multi Use Trails Map


Nepco Lake County Park

1410 Griffith Ave., Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

Open year round.

Includes a plowed parking lot, toilet facilities, and an information board with map.

4.5 Mile - Winter Cross Country Ski Trail (Map)

The surface is all natural. The original trail was constructed in the summer of 1981. In 2007, the Wood County Park and Forestry Department was assisted by the River Cities Nordic Ski Club in planning an expansion of the ski trail. The Ski Club grooms and maintains the trail throughout the winter season. The trails offer a variety of terrain from easy to moderately difficult. No foot traffic during the winter months. (humans or pets)
*Fee Required

5.25 Mile - Single Track Trails - Hike/Bike/Snowshoe (Map)

The surface is all natural. Foot traffic is allowed on this trail during all months. This trail is NOT GROOMED during the winter.
*No Fee


Powers Bluff County Park

Trailhead: 7141 County Hwy. N, Arpin, WI 54410

Open year round.

3 Mile Multi Use Trail (Hike/Bike/Snowshoe/Cross-Country Ski)

The Powers Bluff Cross Country Ski Trail had significant changes/improvements made in 2018. This gives skiers access to the new 3 mile trail which winds through the newly acquired 223 acre property just north of the 160 acre park. There is still an access spur that leads to the top of the hill which is where the shelter building and vault toilets are located. This is winter groomed for cross-country ski, biking, and snowshoeing.
*Fee Required

2 Mile Potawatami Nature Trail (Hike/Snowshoe)

Natural surfaced trail that winds through the State Natural Area.

4.5 Mile Single Track Trail (Bike/Snowshoe)

NEW! Effective 10/21/2022 - We are excited to announce the opening of the single track bicycle trail system at Powers Bluff County Park. The trail has several different segments, which are designed for a variety of skill levels of riding. Current trail length is approximately 4.5 miles. However, additional downhill trail segments will be completed in the very near future. Rock Solid Trail Contracting LLC was awarded the construction bid and did an outstanding job creating the trail system. Due to the cultural and environmental sensitive areas within the park, users must abide by all signage and stay on approved trails. In addition to the bike trails, future trail construction projects will include a 3 mile multi use trail and trailhead shelter building.
*Fee Required

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For Your Safety!

Skiers should be aware that not all trails are groomed and that the trails that are groomed cannot always be groomed on a regular basis. The quality of the groomed trails also varies depending upon available equipment. Even the best groomed trails can be quickly destroyed by heavy traffic.

Skiers should not ski beyond their abilities by taking more advanced/difficult trails or allowing speed to build up beyond their ability to control their descent. Always leave space between you and other skiers and alert others when passing. If you have questions on trail difficulty, talk to office personnel prior to starting your skiing tour.

General Trail Information: Horses are not allowed within County Parks. They are allowed on County Forest property unless otherwise posted. No horses are allowed on the groomed ski trails at Richfield 360. Dogs are allowed on trails if leashed, except for winter groomed trails. No foot traffic (humans or animals) are allowed on winter groomed trails. Trail passes are good for all fee area trails. These include: Richfield 360 winter groomed trails; Powers Bluff single-track (year round), and multi-use (winter groomed); Nepco ski trail (winter groomed). All other trails are free.

Please refer to the Multi Use Trails Permit Policy for more information.
Purchase your Multi Use Trail Permit here!

Additional Links:

2022 Fees
2023 Fees
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