Wetlands Biking Route

  • 2419 N Point Drive
  • Stevens Point, WI 54481
  • (715) 346-4992
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  • Begin at Schmeeckle Reserve Visitors Center. Start by taking a right out of the parking lot on North Point Drive, continue .7 miles, turn left on Willshire Boulevard, continue for 2.5 miles and follow to Jordan Road, turn right on Jordan Road. Continue on Jordan Road for 2.4 miles to County Hwy Y. Turn left on County Hwy Y, continue 3.7 miles and then turn right on County Hwy K, continue .8 miles. Turn left on Bentley Road, continue 6.2 on Bentley Road, which becomes Birch Road. (For a shorter route, take left on X, follow for 7.2 miles, left on Dewey Drive for 4.6 miles which will curve left and then right, and then turn right on Torun Road, continue for 2.8 miles which will bring you back to Jordan Road. Approximately 36.5 miles) Turn left on County Hwy C, continue 9.7 miles on County Hwy DB, continue 3.7 miles on DB. Turn right on Sunset Drive, continue 6.9 miles on Sunset Drive, which turns into Second Drive. Turn left on Evergreen Drive, and continue 1.3 miles, turn right on Reserve Drive for .8 miles. Take on left on Jordan Road and follow for 1 mile, take a right on Willshire, continue on Willshire for 2.5 miles. Take a right on North Point Drive and continue for .7 miles and back to the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center. This ride travels through the Dewey Marsh and parallels the Plover and the Wisconsin Rivers. Most of the ride is gentle but the northwest section is hilly. Approximately 40.1 miles.
  • Group Friendly
    Group Friendly
    • Availability: Year Round. Reservations preferred
    • Cost: No Charge
    • Features: Supported by the University of WI-Stevens Point, this facility provides visitors with an opportunity to enjoy wildlife and relax as you follow the reserve's walking trails and tour the Visitor's Center. Gift shop on site.
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    • Trail Surface:
      • Boardwalk
      • Crushed Granite
      • Woodchips
    • Type of Use:
      • Biking
      • Hiking