Tuscobia State Trail a trail for all time

 

Ojibwa

Take advantage of the scenic Chippewa River Valley, where this portion of the trail veers from being open to forested and has large populations of deer, grouse and songbirds and watch for bald eagles! The Chippewa River is very popular for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Ojibwa Park is located at the halfway point along the trail directly across the highway from the Chippewa River with facilities including camping, electric, pit toilets, hand pump, shelter, picnic tables, fire pits, overnight parking, ATV loading ramp, ATV wash area, hiking and cross-country skiing. Ojibwa has limited gas and food options. For more information contact the Winter Area Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-762-7179.

Facilities:

camping, electric, pit toilets, hand pump, shelter, picnic tables, fire pits, gas, food

 

Information:

Winter Area Chamber of Commerce
1-800-762-7179

Email: mail@winterwi.com

 


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Marks the Tuscobia State Trail

 

Ojibwa


 

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