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Winter Trails In The Stevens Point Area

Hit the trail this winter, hiking in the Stevens Point Area. Whether that's hiking on the Ice Age Trail or exploring the Steinhaugen Recreation Area, there are endless possibilities. 

Here are a few options for winter hiking spots in the Stevens Point Area. Want more? View our Pedal, Paddle, Hike brochure for more on hiking, or order a copy of it today. 

George W. Mead Wildlife Area


Explore the vast George W. Mead Wildlife Area this winter. There are up to 80 miles of hiking available along with the 2-mile Ephemeral Trail and Boardwalk.

View a map of the Mead Wildlife Area

Green Circle Trail


Explore the 27-mile Green Circle Trail this winter hiking along boardwalks, through gorgeous wooded areas, and more taking in all the beauty the trail has to offer. 

View a map of the Green Circle Trail.

Ice Age Trail


Schmeeckle Reserve


All of the Schmeeckle Reserve is open during the winter and available for hiking. With 5-miles of trails through the 280-acre natural area, breathtaking winter views are always in store. 

View a map of the Schmeeckle Reserve.

Standing Rocks County Park


With approximately 10-miles for hiking in the winter, Standing Rocks is a great spot to get out and view the beauty of central Wisconsin. Day or season passes are required at the park. 

View a map of Standing Rocks. 

Steinhaugen Recreation Area


Located in northeastern Portage County, the Steinhaugen Recreation Area is a 270-acre managed forest and nature preserve with plenty of hiking opportunities available. 

View a map of the Steinhaugen Recreation Area.


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