Bearskin State Bike Trail

The Bearskin begins in Minocqua and goes 18.3 miles south. Enjoy lakes, streams and towering forests. See beaver dams and bald eagles. Dramatic changes in scenery greet hikers, bikers and snowmobilers using the trail.

The Bearskin State Trail passes through the communities of Minocqua, Hazlehurst, Goodnow and Harshaw. The South Blue Lake rest area is at the center of the trail, and has water, rest rooms, picnic tables and grills.

The Northern Highland—American Legion (NH-AL) State Forest is nearby and offers a wide variety of recreation opportunities, including camping, hiking, bicycling, snowmobiling, canoeing, bird watching, fishing and hunting.

Contact: Trout Lake Forestry Headquarters, 715/385-2727; or the Minocqua-Arbor Vitae-Woodruff Area Chamber of Commerce, 715/356-5266 or Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bearskin State Trail service dept.


Bearskin State Trail
518 W Somo Avenue
Tomahawk, WI 54487-1118
United States

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