Tuscobia State Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 74-mile trail from Park Falls to just north of Rice Lake. Many lakes, streams and rolling hills greet hikers, mountain bikers, ATV riding, snowmobiling, horseback riders and snowmobilers. Hardwood and pine forests, as well as abundant wildlife provide plenty of Northwood’s' scenery.

Tuscobia State Trail include ATV riding, snowmobiling, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, and bird watching. There is no small game hunting along the trail. Deer hunting takes place on the trail while is is closed to other uses from November 15to December 15. Running through Barron, Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties, you can find plenty of activities to keep you busy on the Tuscobia State Trail.


Tuscobia State Trail
5289 North Cemetery Rd., PO Box 187
Winter, WI 54896
United States

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