Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 17 riders
 

Mountain Biking Winter Park/dnr Besadny Land And 'riverview Park

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#118 of 385 mountain bike trails in Wisconsin
#5,205 in the world

These trails climb and descend the 160' hill that is Winter Park, numerous times. There are four loops available here, the white loop (3 miles)stays in Winter Park, while the Green (4 miles), Yellow (4 miles), and Red (7 miles) loops enter into the DNR fish collection area. These trails are 100% singletrack and might not be appropriate for everyone. If you enjoy fairly technical, lung and leg burners, check'em out.

First added by searsandrewj on Jan 28, 2005. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
In the town of Kewaunee, head north on County "C". 1 mile north of Kewaunee in Footbridge take a left on County F, cross the Kewaunee River and immediately take a right on Ransom Moore Lane. Park at the chalet at Winter Park. Maps are available at the trailhead which is located by the tubing hill tow shack.
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  • Chris Junkans
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    This trail is not maintained at this time. Still there just not clear. If it was clear and the dnr land was still open it would be an excellent trail.Head down the road to riverview mtb-advanced and ryan-Intermediate parks to ride. Both trails are still maintained well.

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  • jaeger.eric
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    Trailhead was easy to find. Some grades were very steep. Trails were not marked very well and there was no flow. I would ride it again because it's fun - it's just hard to follow the trails.

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  • Badcrow
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    By far the most confusing trail set that I've ever ridden. Fairly short downhill runs that seem to have no trails connecting them to anything other then a bottom of the hill. The entire system seemed to be overgrown with no direction or flow. Skip it and head to Green Bay if you're in the area.

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  • Gike
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    Winter Park is a multi use facility, and the disc golfers have outnumbered the bikers in the last few years. There are killer trails at WP and RV. The red trail at WP has been closed for a few years. (land dispute, after the DNR said it was OK to build. It was the best trail of the 4) Riverview has the best flow. Once you get on the trails they are very easy to follow, but getting in at the right spot is key. They should be signed and mapped. Check the Kewaunee county website. These are volunteer maintained, and the current crew is getting burned out some. They do the best they can. Go in there and help them out* Review edited 12/1/2010

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  • swany
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    Rode both of these trails fall of 2010. There has been trail work at both places and are in good shape. Both trails are a single loop, riverview park is 4mi, not sure on winter park. Hilly, technical, fast, and fun! If you are in the area find both of these, ride them!

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  • grumannnl
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    Tried to ride this trail on 10/3/10, but it looked abandoned. Having never been there, and with leaves on the ground, I could not follow the trail. No maps and no markings.

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