Loggers Loop
With community input, the new “Loggers Loop” was recently created. Using existing trails and other designated routes, the loop takes cyclists through the neighborhoods and the rural outskirts of Menomonie with a 22 mile-loop. Look for the “LL” symbols on the trail. You can begin at Stokke Trail across from the Red Cedar State Trail head.

Lake Menomin Loop

Bike Route that runs parallel with I-94 overpass over Lake Menomin in Menomonie. Bikers can gain access to the trail either through Wakanda Park or 3M.


​Red Cedar State Trail
The thousands of visitors who use the limestone surfaced Red Cedar State Trail each year find it the perfect trail for biking, birding, walking, running and cross-country skiing. With limited highway crossings and multiple access locations, this trail quickly becomes a favorite for physical and mental recreation.  The trail connects with the Chippewa River State Trail system providing extra miles of scenic routes to neighboring towns and cities. 

With miles of trails and bike routes throughout the city and county, it’s no wonder why Menomonie was designated Bicycle Friendly City in 2014 by the League of American Bicyclists.  Check out the Dunn County Bike Map to see which route best fits your skill or interest level!

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Visitor Center

342 E. Main Street Menomonie, WI 54751 

715-235-9087 

tourism@menomoniechamber.org

Menomin Mountain Bike Park
Menomin Park features over five miles of single-track mountain bike trails, with obstacles that will test most riders. Beginner riders have plenty of options to learn new skills on the pump track or on flat trails near the middle of the park. The park is dog-friendly with many walking trails throughout the park. No passes are required. MAMBA is a very active Mountain Bike Association dedicated to the trails at Menomin Park.


​​Red Cedar State Trailhead 
The depot building/visitor center along Highway 29 on the west side of Menomonie serves as the northern trailhead for the Red Cedar State Trail.  Parking and trail passes are available at the depot or self-registration boxes.

State trail pass fees:
$5.00 – Daily
$25.00 – Annual