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Wild Goose State Trail

Trail facts

  • Rail trail: Yes
  • Length: 34 miles
  • Surface: Main trail - 34 miles - Crushed stone. Horse trail - 7.5 miles - Wood chips, dirt, grass
  • Counties: Fond du Lac, Dodge
  • Communities: Fond du Lac, Oakfield, Juneau, Minnesota Junction, Clyman Junction


Fond du Lac: The northern trailhead is located at Rolling Meadows Drive. Parking is available. Restrooms are available at the Rolling Meadows Golf Course near the trail.

Oakfield: Parking is available in Oakfield at the city park on North Second Street.

State Highway 49: A parking lot on the north side of State Highway 49 is adjacent to the trail. Parking is also available at the National Wildlife Refuge parking lot, about 0.25 miles east of the trail off State Highway 49.

Juneau: Parking is available in Juneau at the city park on Lincoln Street.

Clyman Junction: Parking is available at the southern trailhead at State Highway 60, located about four miles south of the city of Juneau and 1.5 miles east of State Highway 26. Restrooms are available at the trailhead.

Parking is also available at the Dodge County Airport on State Highway 26, the Burnett Fireman's Park about 0.25 miles west of the trail in Burnett, Whitty Park on the west edge of the city of Horicon on County Highway E and in Minnesota Junction on Maple Street about 0.5 miles north of State Highway 33.


The trail is open year-round.


A state trail pass is not required on the Wild Goose State Trail.

Planning and Management

For more information about planning for this property, see Property Master Plans.

Friends group

Friends of Dodge County Parks [exit DNR]

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