The Tuscobia State Trail is open to the public, but users must proceed with care as many of the sections remain underdeveloped. Activities such as hunting and bicycling do occur on the Tuscobia State Trail. Cycling however is not encouraged as the trail is not groomed or surfaced and may be rough or soft in many sections of the trail making this potentially unsafe. Mountain bikes are recommended if one participates in this activity. Trail-users need to be aware that the Tuscobia State Trail is a multiple use trail. In order for all users to enjoy the trail, respect others and follow proper trail etiquette.
Manager/Ranger Tuscobia State Trail
5289 N. Cemetery Road
Winter, WI 54896
Bureau of Parks and Recreation
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
phone: (715) 266-7032
fax: (715) 266-5008
Friends of the Tuscobia Trail
Friends of the Tuscobia Trail is a non-profit organization committed to developing the Tuscobia State Trail as a multi-use trail that can be enjoyed by all. Created in 2001, Friends of the Tuscobia Trail was born out of the need for additional economic and use enhancements. By working with various government agencies, associations and private landowners, Friends of the Tuscobia Trail hope to further develop the trail so it is always available for hiking, ATV and snowmobile use along with other possible uses such as skiing and cycling. Persons interested in learning more about Friends of the Tuscobia Trail and how to get involved are encouraged to call 1-800-762-7179.
Tuscobia Trails ATV Association
The Tuscobia Trails ATV Association is a non-profit club that has been in existence since 1999. We are located in upper Midwest Wisconsin on the Tuscobia Trail in Winter, Wisconsin. We are a riding club with over 200 members through out Wisconsin and neighboring states. With the support of area business we sponsor events throughout the year.
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