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Wild Goose State Trail

Wisconsin State Park System

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COVID-19 Update: 

A vehicle admission sticker is required to visit state park system properties. A state trail pass is required on certain trails. Stickers and trail passes can be purchased online or at individual properties.

Office buildings, visitor centers, observation towers, enclosed shelters and playgrounds remain closed. Some drive-up windows may be open for admission purchases. For more information, please see:


Open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. year-round.


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A state trail pass is not required on the trail.


See volunteering opportunities at the property.

This 34-mile rail trail skirts the western edge of the vast Horicon Marsh, a National Wildlife Refuge and world-famous home to over 250 migrant bird species. The Wild Goose State Trail was Wisconsin’s first “cooperative” State trail and is maintained and operated by Dodge and Fond du Lac counties.  The trail runs from State Highway 60 in Clyman Junction to the city of Fond du Lac, passing by several small communities.