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    Biking in the Stevens Point Area

    The top trail in the area is the Green Circle Trail. This 27-mile trail loops through the region along the Wisconsin River, Plover River and through a diverse mix of habitat. The trail connects to more than 30 miles of additional trail to explore, including the 280-acre Schmeeckle Reserve, the Stevens Point Sculpture Park which mixes sculptures along a recreation trail and the Tomorrow River State Trail, a 24-mile crushed limestone trail stretching from Plover to Manawa.

    The trails that should be on every biker’s bucket list:

    • Berkhahn Bicycle Loop – George Mead Wildlife Area

    • Mountain Biking Trails - Standing Rocks County Park

    • Fat Tire Biking – Steinhaugen Recreation Area

    For more information on trails and popular road biking routes, click here.

    Trail Expansions or Major Improvements:

    • Steinhaugen Recreation Area, a 270-acre park just east of Stevens Point is developing fat tire biking trails for use in the winter season, when conditions exist.

    Bike Events:

    • PedaLoops spring cycling tour will be back in 2017 presented by Active Portage County on Saturday, May 13. PedaLoops consists of three cycling routes along hilly terrain starting from Standing Rocks County Park, located east of Plover/Stevens Point. Participants are encouraged to dust off their bike seat to enjoy the first road bike tour of the season with a variety of mileage options.

    • If you prefer more than two wheels, ride your recumbent to the Stevens Point Area for the world’s largest recumbent rally. Not for your average 10-speed the Midwest Recumbent Rally, hosted each August by the Hostel Shoppe, features seminars, test rides, and scheduled rides.