New Berlin Recreation Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

This 7-mile, limestone chip trail on a former railway is located between South 124th Street at the Milwaukee/Waukesha County Line and Springdale Road in Waukesha. It is used by bikers, runners, hikers and cross-country skiers.

It connects with the Milwaukee County 1976 Bike Trail in Greenfield Park. To the west it can be linked with the Glacial Drumlin State Trail by traveling the city streets of Waukesha. Trail maps showing the current and proposed system are available on the information counter at the Park and Recreation Department at City Hall.

Contact: Waukesha County Park and Planning Department or Park and Recreation Department at City Hall of New Berlin, WI


3805 S. Casper Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
United States

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