Did you know that bicycling is the most efficient form of transportation known to humankind?
Sheboygan County maintains a plethora of trail and other nonmotorized facilities (i.e. bike lanes, sidewalks, etc.). In fact, there are over 39 miles of paved off-road multi-use trail facilities located throughout the County, all of which are part of the NOMO Network. The Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Department is responsible for fully maintaining the Interurban Trail, Old Plank Road Trail, and has some maintenance responsibilities associated with the The Shoreland 400 Rail Trail. The Department also played a significant role in the development of the trail adjacent to Taylor Drive in the City of Sheboygan. As of June 2019, primarily in the Town of Wilson, another trail running in the southside transmission utility corridor from Camelot Dog Park west until County Highway OK is now available for use.
If you are into mountain biking, Sheboygan County is home to some great trails as well. You will find great rides at Evergreen/Quarry Parks Mountain Bike Trails in the heart of the City of Sheboygan as well as at the Kettle Moraine State Forest. In 2019, Sheboygan County developed a 5 mile mountain biking/hiking trail system at the Rocky Knoll Health Care facility. Though the trail needs some tweaks, it is open to ride.
Enjoy your use! We are glad to have you!
- Old Plank Road Trail Information
- Interurban Trail Information
- The Shoreland 400 Rail Trail Information
- Taylor Drive Pathway Information
- Rocky Knoll Mountain Bike & Hiking Trail Information
- Southside Utility Corridor Trail Information
“I read a study that measured the efficiency of locomotion for various species on the planet. The condor used the least energy to move a kilometer. Humans came in with a rather unimpressive showing about a third of the way down the list. That didn't look so good, but then someone at Scientific American had the insight to test the efficiency of locomotion for a man on a bicycle and a man on a bicycle blew the condor away.”
— Steve Jobs