Tomorrow River State Trail

Tomorrow River State Trail, Stevens Point, WI

The trail goes through glacial terrain and farm country where it connects with the Green Circle Trail Just on the other side of Hoover Ave.

Between Kennedy Ave. and Hoover Ave the trail traverses along a fence line next to a railroad track. Much of it along the Wisconsin and Plover rivers, comes within two blocks of the Tomorrow River State Trail. Open to bicyclists, hikers, joggers, and horseback riders year round and snowmobiles, skiers, and dog sledders during the winter.

The Tomorrow River State Trail has evolved from an abandoned railroad bed into one of the finest and most scenic multi-use trails in the state and is surfaced with crushed limestone which is packed to a smooth surface.

The bicycle/hiking trail is on the main railroad grade and is surfaced with crushed limestone, which is packed to a smooth surface. It links to the Green Circle trail at Woyak Park in Plover. Horseback riders enjoy a separate trail that meanders through the woods and fields, parallel to the main limestone trail. At times it is 20 feet above the main trail, in other spots it is 20 feet below. A couple of area establishments, complete with hitching posts, are located along the trail at Arnott and Smokey Spur. Hungry and thirsty trail uses are welcome to stop in for a sandwich or pizza and a beverage.

Bicyclists and horseback riders 16 years of age and older are required to have either a state or county trail pass in order to use the trail. Bike trail from Amherst to Cate Park to link to Tomorrow River State Trail. Trail passes are available along the trail at self registration stations or by calling 715-346-1433.

The horse trail is a separate 18 mile trail, alongside the limestone trail, from Plover to Scandinavia. Follow the horse signs. Horses should never be on the limestone trail except in posted areas where the two are shared. No ATV's are allowed on the trail, and dogs must be leashed at all times.

Tomorrow River State Trail in the City of Stevens Point - Portage County (Northeast WI)


Waupaca County Parks Department
811 Harding Avenue
Waupaca, WI 54481
United States
Tomorrow River State Trail
1462 Strongs Ave. or 1903 County Road Y c/o Portage Country Parks Department
Stevens Point, WI 54481
United States
715-346-1433, 715-258-6243

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