“A remote, long-distance rail-trail through northwest Wisconsin.”
— Leslie Kehmeier
The Wild Rivers State Trail is a gravel rail-trail that runs for over a hundred miles through several counties in northwest Wisconsin. The setting is remote, making the route rich with wildlife and lakes. The route is intersected by rivers and creeks, including the Namakagon, a federally designated river that is part of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway.