Please be a good trail steward and remain off the trails after heavy rains. Trails Hours When Open: 8am to Sunset
Obey safe biking guidelines including wearing your helmet!
Stay on marked trails!
Signal or sound off to horseback riders or hikers you encounter on the trails.
Follow trail signs and closures.
Be a good trail steward and remain off the trails after heavy rains.
Yield right-of-way to all trail users.
Attach pass to outer clothing or bike so the pass is visible at all times.
Report trail hazards, violations and incidents to County Park Staff.
Restrooms are available in the Lodge near the trailhead. Trailside toilet is also available.
Picnic tables are available in the parking areas at the Reforestation Camp.
Trail passes are required for all persons 16 years or older. A $5.00 Daily Pass and can be purchased at the Trailhead. An Annual Pass is $30.00 and can be purchased at the Trailhead.
Purchase online at: browncountyparks.org
You can also call our park office at (920) 448-6242 and we can process your Visa or MasterCard payment and mail the annual pass to you.
Reforestation Camp Mountain Bike Trail Conditions
After the storms on Saturday 7-20-19 there is a lot of debris on the trails of all sizes, including some down trees, and several wash outs. Use caution and ride slow if you come out. We are working on clearing the trails, but it will take a couple of days. Throwing small sticks and twigs off the trails helps speed up clean up.
The trails are 99% open with only a couple of small detours on Poplar (blue) loop. These areas are still wet and either unrideable, or will damage the trail, so please follow the detours.
Closed areas are very soft and riding will damage the trail further delaying opening of them after it dries out.
Please be a good trail steward and remain off the trails after heavy rains.
. Please click here to view the Reforestation Camp Mountain Bike brochure.