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Boulder Junction Bike Trails, Boulder Junction
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Boulder Junction, WI 54512
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Plum Lake Trailhead


Photo by Ann LoCicero

Fishing isn't the only fun family activity in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin. The self-proclaimed Musky Capital of the World boasts over 30 miles of bike trails. Bike the 4.6 mile or 12.5 mile dirt and grass wilderness loops known as Lumberjack Trail (trail pass required). Follow the easy, 3-mile Nichols Beach Trail from the Boulder Junction Community Center to Nichols Lake. Cycle the 11-mile, flat, paved B.A.T.S. Crystal Lake Trail from Boulder Junction to Crystal Lake. Take the Northwoods trail system all the way to St. Germain. Bike along rivers, lakes and flowages. Cycle in wooded wilderness. Pack a picnic, fishing pole and towel and turn a Boulder Junction vacation into a family adventure.
Getting There
Crystal Lake Trail starts at the Town Park on County M and ends at the Crystal Lake Picnic Area just off County N. The trail is accessible from various points along Trout Lake as well as Firefly Campground. The Lumberjack Trail trailhead is located at the intersection of Old Hwy K and Concora Rd. The Nichols Beach Trail follows County K from the Boulder Junction Community Center (County M just south of Main St.) to Nichols Lake.
Things to Keep in Mind
Pack water and snacks and dress in layers. And if you plan to swim pack swimsuits and at least 1 towel in your daypack or pannier. Crystal Lake Trail is shared use and is open to bikers, walkers, runners, in-line skaters and roller skiers.
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