Wild Goose State Park Trail

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The Wild Goose State Trail (WGST), Wisconsin’s first “cooperative” State trail, is a multi-use recreation trail located in Dodge and Fond du Lac Counties on an abandoned Chicago and Northwestern railroad corridor.  The trailhead is located at 370 W. Rolling Meadows Dr., Fond du Lac. The trail is owned by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, while Dodge and Fond du Lac Counties develop, maintain and operate the trail. The trail runs from the southern trail head at HWY 60 (about 4 miles south of the City of Juneau) in Dodge County to the northern trail head at Rolling Meadows Drive in the City of Fond du Lac. This all-season recreational trail has quickly become a popular trail for bicycle riding and hiking in spring, summer and fall, and snowmobiling in the winter.

 Wild Goose State Park Trail

Wild Goose State Park Trail Brochure

Wild Goose State Park Trail Map


Permitted Uses:
BicyclingBicycling Walking/HikingWalking\Hiking
Cross-Country SkiingCross-Country Skiing SnowmobilingSnowmobiling

   Snowshoeing symbol    Snowshoeing

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