Biking, Hiking, ATV, Horse, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowmobile Trails
|~ miles of trails through some of the most beautiful northwoods scenery you'll find anywhere.|
|Just north of Rice Lake on Cty. SS is the start of the longest state trail in Wisconsin ~|
Tuscobia State Trail
~ 76-mile retired railroad grade from Barron County to Park Falls converted to hiking, biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and ATV trail. Well-marked and maintained.
Additional information about the Tuscobia State Trail is also available from the Ranger Station in Winter Wisconsin at (715) 266-3511
|~Western Tuscobia Trail to Angus is joined with a section of the 1,000 mile long|
Ice Age National Scenic Trail
|Wild Rivers Trail|
~ Runs north 97 miles from Rice Lake to to Superior. Multi-use hiking, biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and ATV trail; groomed snowmobile trail. 3 miles north of Rice Lake it intersects with Tuscobia State Trail, which continues 74 miles east to Park Falls.
|Rustic Road 18|
~ This narrow five-mile loop through white oak, aspen and birch forest begins and ends on County M.
|Narrow Gauge Trails|
~ Logging trails turned snowmobile trails west of Haugen on county forest land.. Beautiful area.
|Blue Hills Trails|
|Blue Hills Silent Sports|
|Ice Age National Scenic Trail|
~ Impressive 24k trail system. Wide trails and many challenging sections. Timberland Hills West is a 2.5k section right next door that is lighted until around 11 pm.
|Hickory Ridge Trail|
Northern Chippewa County, near Bloomer
~ 3 challenging loops which wind through scenic oak and aspen forest with rolling to moderately steep grades. 14.2 km groomed for both traditional and skate skiing with rest shelters on the north and south loops. No Dogs allowed.
|Barron Area Nordic Trail Association|
~ 5.3km of trail system through a mix of mature oak-maple forest and open fields. Located on the south side of the City of Barron, just south of the football field.
|Cedar Side Walking Trail|
|Moon Lake Biking and Walking Trail|
|Blue Hills Felsenmeer|
|Gundy's Canyon at Horseman|
on the Rusk and Sawyer county line at County Road C
~ Unique private property with felsenmeer slide, rose stone bluffs and seasonal flow waterfall.
|Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary|
~ 400 acres of mature forest, ancient white pines, black spruce / tamarack bog, meadow grasses, and wildflowers support rare plant and animal species. Environmental learning center offers programs May through September.
|The Japanese Friendship Garden|
located on the UW-Barron County Campus
Built by the Rice Lake International Friendship Association as a symbol of sister city relationship with Miharu, Japan ~ An ongoing student adult exchange program that began in 1987. Typical Japanese garden designed by a master gardener from Miharu. Upon entering the gate visitors follow stepping stones to the meditation bench where, while seated at the bench a vision of a miniature mountain range with the illusion of a waterfall flowing into a pond can be seen.
|Rice Lake Parks ~ Enjoy the beautiful city parks, shelters, tables, grills and playgrounds.|
|City Park ~ East Stout Street by the lake|
Narrows Park ~ East Sawyer Street on the lake
Roux Park ~ West Marshall Street
Shudlick Park ~ South Hatten Avenue
FFA Park ~ Lakeshore Drive
Hiawatha Park ~ Monroe Avenue, north of Rice Lake Knapp Stout Park ~ South Main by bridge
Moon Lake Park ~ South Avenue, 234-9235
Hunters Memorial Park ~ Whitetail Drive and Linden Avenue.
Veteran's Park ~ Orchard Beach Lane ~ Veteran's Memorial in remembrance to veterans of all branches of the military
Indian Mounds Park ~ North Lakeshore Drive, near Medical Center ~ Preserves 12 of some known 67 Indian Burial Mounds constructed in the Rice Lake area. Archeological excavations have revealed burial bundles, ornaments and implements.