Biking

Updated: 3/19/2015 04:02:25 PM

Biking


Welcome to the Waukesha County Parks linear trail system. Our 26 miles of unique and scenic recreational opportunities are great for hikers, bikers, runners, and horseback riders.

Through the winter months, these ungroomed trails are great for cross-country skiing and other non-motorized winter activities.


TRAIL NEWS 


Scheduled 'Spring Thaw' Closures:
Minooka Park's Mountain Bike Trails (updated: 03/18/15 3:15 pm)

To prevent damage to soft turf, Waukesha County Parks temporarily closes some high-traffic areas. Each area is reviewed daily for re-opening at the first possibility (ie. once the frost is out of the ground and turf firms up).

For updates, check here often and follow us on Twitter. Thank you!

closing Wednesday March 18 | 3 pm: Minooka Park mountain biking trails


ALERT New Berlin Trail
Power lines will be removed and replaced along the New Berlin Trail between Lincoln Ave (by Cooper Power) to Calhoun Road.

Projected start date: Early 2015  
Projected completion date: by Memorial Day 

Most work will be undertaken along the edges of the trail; watch for signage and cones at these spots. No interruption of trail use is expected. Thank you!


ALERT Lake Country Trail Maintenance: 2014-15
American Transmission Company (ATC) will be replacing existing wires and structures along the Lake Country Trail. Portions of the trail will be closed periodically between October 2014 and April 2015 to accommodate the movement of crews and equipment. Click for ATC's schedule and project information.

Biking

Where to find it

Fox Brook Park - Brookfield
Bring your family for a bike ride around the one-mile paved trail.

Fox River Park - Waukesha
Bring your family for a bike ride around the paved trails.

Menomonee Park - Menomonee Falls
Enjoy this stop along the Bugline Trail.

Minooka Park - Waukesha
Mountain Bike Trail: The 1.5 mile beginner loop is now open. The trail is located off of picnic shelter 5.

Naga-Waukee Park - Hartland
The 15-mile Lake Country Recreation Trail runs along the southern boundary of Naga-Waukee Park and can be accessed from the park or the golf course.

Bike Trails & Maps:

Park System Home Page
Bugline Trail
Lake Country Trail
New Berlin Trail
Construction Update