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Let's go for a ride on Sheboygan's trails

Bikes bring you to places cars will never see! In Sheboygan, there are many trails to explore! Some take you through the heart of Sheboygan while others offer natural beauty. Each pathway provides something a little different. Explore one or explore them all! It doesn't matter as long as you enjoy the ride.

Evergreen Park

Located within the city, Evergreen offers excellent biking trails that connect with the nearby Maywood and Quarry Park. Even though you are right in town, and next to a highway, the terrain makes you feel like you are in the north woods.

Maywood Environmental Park

This well-maintained park is located along the Pigeon River and connects to Evergreen Park. Explore the trails for hiking, and biking, and potentially see some wildlife. Maywood has many different habitats, from grassland prairie to forests to ponds, and it all adds up to an excellent experience.

Lakefront Bike Path 

The Lakefront Bike Path begins off Indiana Avenue and connects to the Pier Boardwalk. The trail is right off the shores so users have a pleasant ride right at the water. 

Old Plank Road Trail 

The Old Plank Road Trail is approximately 9 miles and runs from the Kohler Erie Avenue Trailhead in the City of Sheboygan west to the hamlet of Greenbush. The terrain varies from flat to gently rolling with one large climb or descent near just east of Greenbush. Enjoy the many points of interest along the trail as well!

Taylor Drive Pathway

The 3.3-mile pathway runs from Kohler Memorial Drive south to Crocker Avenue directly adjacent to the east side of Taylor Drive.  The pathway provides many connections to employers, parks,  and shopping areas.

Kohler-Andrae: Black River Trail

Kohler-Andrae is awesome! If you're not walking along the sand dunes head to the bike trail. The Black River Trail is allowed for bikes and horses and begins at the northwest section of the park. This area contains an open field community and forested areas. Look for a variety of songbirds and wildflowers.

The Shoreland 400 Rail Trail 

The Shoreland 400 Rail Trail is a 1.67-mile paved multi-use trail that runs through the heart of Sheboygan. A number of restaurants and pubs are not far from, or directly adjacent to the trail. 

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