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Wolf River 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. Annual stickers and passes can be purchased online or over the phone. Daily stickers and passes can be purchased at individual properties via self-registration stations, electronic kiosk or drive-up window service.

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

Hours


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

Directions


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Admission


A state trail pass is not required on the trail.

Volunteer


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The Wolf River State Trail runs 33 miles on a former rail corridor from White Lake to Crandon. Four additional miles of trail are currently under development south of White Lake to the Menomonee/Langlade county line. Once complete, the Wolf River State Trail will total 37 miles. The trail skirts the Wolf River and the Nicolet National Forest where camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing opportunities are plentiful.