Wisconsin River Trail Construction Phase 2
During Phase Two, we’re creating a hiking/biking trail to connect Boscobel and Woodman.
To minimize land clearing and avoid burdening landowners, we’ll parallel parts of the railroad tracks 51 feet away and widen easements. This approach is both economically and environmentally friendly.
Phase 2A marks a major milestone in the creation of the Wisconsin River Trail. It is an extensive pathway that will wind 3½ miles from the city limits of Boscobel to the Cozy Acres area.
From day one, our goal has been to connect Boscobel with neighboring Woodman, and years of planning, grant writing, and collaboration with community members and government have brought us to this exciting moment.
With the recent award of the WisDOT TAP Grant and ongoing support from the city and community, we are thrilled to soon break ground and bring this dream to life.
Phase 2B of the trail will extend from Cozy Acres to Woodman, adding another 3 ½ miles of stunning scenery to this beloved trail. We had to split off this portion to qualify for the TAPs grant, which supports safe transportation options for families and individuals living along the trail, and to address the rising costs of construction.
Join us on this incredible journey and discover the beauty of the Wisconsin River Trail.
Other Phases of the Trail
Completed in 2016, Phase 1 connects the Sanders Creek walking/biking trail to the Boscobel boat landing.
Phase 3 will bring the trail from Wauzeka to Boscobel along the scenic path of Highway 60, which closely follows the beautiful Wisconsin River.
Get ready to enjoy even more breathtaking views and a seamless trail experience from start to finish!
The highlight of our trail will be a magnificent feat: a crossing over the Wisconsin River. This picturesque location features stunning country and river views, providing a unique opportunity to admire nature’s beauty that was previously only accessible by boat.
Get ready for a breathtaking experience on the Wisconsin River Trail!