Ahnapee State Trail

Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

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The trail was once the route of the Ahnapee & Western Railroad. Trains served the countryside by hauling the bounty of the land—lumber and farm products—to the lake ports. Today the rail bed opens up the peninsula’s inland to recreation seekers. The Ahnapee State Trail connects two fascinating maritime towns, Sturgeon Bay and Algoma, and provides access to Potowatomi State Park and the many attractions of Door County.

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"The trail was once the route of the Ahnapee & Western Railroad. Trains served the countryside by hauling the bounty of the land—lumber and farm products—to the lake ports. Today the rail bed opens up the peninsula’s inland to recreation seekers.

The Ahnapee State Trail connects two fascinating maritime towns, Sturgeon Bay and Algoma, and provides access to Potowatomi State Park and the many attractions of Door County."

Activity Type: Rail-Trails
Nearby City: Sturgeon Bay
Distance: 39.3
Trail Type: Shuttle
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Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: DeLorme's Wisconsin Atlas and Gazeteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Ahnapee State Trail

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May 2018