Biking a great way to enjoy late summer weather

Biking along the tree lined backroads and trails of the Fox Valley is a great way to experience the late summer weather

The late summer weather of September is a great time to get out and enjoy the many bike paths and trails in the State. Plus with the coming cooler weather and the changing colors of the trees, you will have a chance to experience the most beautiful time of the year for biking.

Cheryl Anderson of the Appleton Post Crescent highlights five bike trails in Northeast Wisconsin you should check out. If you don’t live in the Fox Valley, don’t worry, there is most likely a trail that is only a few miles from your home.

3. Fox River Trail, Forest Junction to Green Bay

If the kids aren’t tired after the Friendship Trail, veer the bikes onto the Fox River Trail, which is partially run by Calumet County Parks.

“Our portion (about 5 to 6 miles) goes from Ott Road just north of Hilbert and runs to the Brown County line portion in De Pere,” Ott said.

The Fox River Trail offers a variety of scenery running from downtown Green Bay at the junction of Porlier Street and Adams Street along the Fox River and passing through the Brown County communities of Allouez, De Pere, Rockland, Wrightstown and Holland.

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