A 24-mile bike trail.
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A 24-mile bike trail.
What a jewel of a place and right in town. Coming from the flat land of central Illinois me an my wife loved this place. We took the short trail of reflection an loved walking, sitting an talking after dinner. A great place to go for a stroll to be sure!!!
Fabulous 26 mile bike path throughout Stevens point along the plover river, Wisconsin river,and Schmeekle nature reserve. Some hills make it challenging but doable for the recreational biker. Experienced bikers will have no problem. Ice cream at Emy j's halfway through is recommended to replenish, as is dipping your feet in the river at iverson park to cool off. Expect... 更多
Nice walking trails and a visitor center. You can wander by a lake, and also in a variety of habitats. There are also some handicapped access, with interesting sculpted wood works that have inspirational carving on them. Definitely take the time to enjoy the solitude.
With 26 miles of walking trails, you will have plenty of places to roam. Some walk the entire trail in a day during the annual Walk Wisconsin event. I don't have quite that much energy, but I do enjoy the variety the trail has to offer. Trails are both gravel and wooden bridges. The woods are full of birds, deer,... 更多
My husband and I biked this trail a few years ago; I forgot how absolutely beautiful it is. The terrain is varied with about 75% off the road; part of the trail is along the river. The attractive signage looked like it was freshly redone and was very easy to spot. No chance of getting lost. One thing that particularly... 更多
For a couple of years I was walking a section of the trail between Patch street and Iverson Park just about every day. It was a great way to get some exercise and fresh air on my lunch break. Our offices have moved now, so that is not really an option for me anymore, but I will try to get... 更多
We walked parts of the trail in Schmeekle Reserve. All of the animals were out. Saw little turtles snoozing in the sun, blue jays, chipmunks, you name it. Variation of shorter and longer trails. Well-marked maps. Such a treasure to have a sanctuary not far from the city.