Saunders State Trail
The Saunders Trail is an 8.4-mile county-operated trail that links with the Gandy Dancer Trail near Superior and continues into Minnesota. The trail passes by prairies, marshland bottoms, forests and farmlands, including sandstone bluffs and other unique rock formations. In the Dunnville Wildlife Area, the Red Cedar trail connects to the Chippewa River State Trail.
Trail Activities The Saunders State Trail The trail is popular with snowmobilers, equestrians, ATVers, mountain bikers, hikers and cross-country skiers. All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are allowed on the trail year-round. Operators must follow all Wisconsin ATV operation laws. The trail also connects to the Gandy Dancer State Trail and other Douglas County ATV routes. The entire trail is open to walking, horseback riding and bicycling, though bicycling is not recommended. The trail may be rough or soft in many sections. Snowmobiles are permitted on the trail. Operators must follow all Wisconsin snowmobile laws. The trail also connects to numerous miles of county snowmobile trails.
On the Saunders State Trailhunting and trapping are not allowed on the trail corridor. The trailpasses through the communities of Boylston Junction, Boylston and Borea before continuing into Minnesota. Along its route, the trail crosses Clear Creek and the Pokegama River.
- Contact information
- For information, contact:
Douglas County Forestry Department
PO Box 211
Solon Springs WI 54873