Tuscobia State Trail
This 74-mile trail on a former rail corridor is one of the longest rail trails in the state, running from Park Falls to the Wild Rivers State Trail just north of Rice Lake. The trail passes through part of the Flambeau River State Forest and the rugged wilderness of Wisconsin's Blue Hills. The trail connects seven small communities in Barron, Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties, each providing year-round accommodations and services. Camping is available at Smith Lake County Park & Campground and Ojibwa Park. The year-round multiple use recreational trail that offers opportunities for ATVs & UTVs (62 miles from Park Falls to Birchwood only), snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding, off-road bicycling, walking and hunting. Trail activities vary by time of year and by county. Visit our website for open and close dates by activity.
Hours of Operation
Open year round for multiple uses. The trail is closed to ATU & UTV use in Price County from November 15 to April 15.
Access in Park Falls, Draper, Winter, Ojibwa, Radisson, Birchwood and Rice Lake.
- Pets Welcome/Inquire
Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
State and National Trails
- Ruffed Grouse
Natural Attractions Type
- Parks, Forests, Trails
Trail Length (miles)
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