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Rawley Point Trails
The Rawley Point Recreational Trail has a hard-packed limestone base and connects Mariners Trail in Two Rivers with Point Beach State Forest. The six-mile trail plunges you into the cedars, hemlock, pines and birches of the 2,900-acre Point Beach State Forest. You'll cross bridges, and follow the ridges of inland dunes. The trail ends near the lakeshore and the Rawley Point Lighthouse. Wider bicycle tires are recommended.
At Neshotah Park and Pierce St. and City O (22nd St.) in Two Rivers, or in Point Beach State Forest.
Trail Length (miles)
- 6 miles
- Crushed Rock