Ahnapee State Trail

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The Ahnapee State Trails is a major rails-to-trails bike trail in northeastern Wisconsin spanning 48 miles in from Kewaunee to Strugeon Bay. The section from Algoma to Sturgeon bay is also a terminal segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

The Ahnapee connects from Lake Michigan at Kewaunee to the west at Luxemburg, then back to the Lake at Algoma and back to towards the northwest to Sturgeon Bay. This roundabout path can be broken up into many shorter segments. There are parks, parking lots, and restrooms scattered along the length of the trail. There are also three private campgrounds with direct access to the trail. The scenery of the trail is marked by frequent views of the Kewaunee and Ahnapee Rivers.

Overview: Ahnapee State Trail

COUNTIES: Kewaunee, Door
COMMUNITIES: Kewaunee, Luxemburg, Casco, Algoma, Forestville, Sturgeon Bay

TOTAL MILES: 48 miles
PAVEMENT: Crushed stone

POINTS OF INTEREST: Kewaunee River, Lake Michigan, Ahnapee River, Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal,

CAMPING: Timber Trails Campground, River Trails Campground, Cedar Valley Campground, Potawatomi State Park

Directions and Trail Map

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Addresses for your GPS:

Kewaunee Parking: 211 Harrison St, Kewaunee, WI 54216
| coordinates:  44.459583, -87.501626 |
Luxemburg Parking: 429 2nd St, Luxemburg, WI 54217
| coordinates:44.541987, -87.706637  |
Algoma Parking: 8290 Co Rd M Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
| coordinates: 44.626208, -87.460151  |
Forestville Parking: 459 Mill Rd, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
| coordinates: 44.693575, -87.489783  |
Sturgeon Bay Parking: 1820 S Neenah Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
| coordinates: 44.802098, -87.380973 |

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