Wolf River Territory Trails
We are working on adding some of the many trails you will find in the Wolf River Territory. Please be patient as we are creating these guides.
Wolf River Trail
There is a great trail that follows the Wolf River all the way up it's Western Bank. You can pick up this trail on the M Bridge off of Hwy 55 Just North of Log Cabin Drive. Park in the Fishing Area and walk across M and you will pick up the trail on the foot of the bridge. You can take this trail up passed Gardner Dam.
Not too buggy, pretty clear trail, pretty easy hiking.
A wooden boardwalk begins your journey into another world of primitive bog vegetation, deer trails, squirrels' nests, and the workings of woodpeckers. Hike up and down the ridges around a large open bog area. The huge boulders you'll see are the calling cards left behind when the last glacier receded and formed the rugged terrain over 10,000 years ago. Campers can access the trail from several points in the campground.
From the intersection of Highways 64 and 55 in Langlade, drive south 5 miles on Highway 55 to County Road WW in Markton. Turn left (east) on WW and drive 0.6 mile to Campground Drive (FR 2116). Turn left (north) on Campground Drive and continue 1.2 miles to the campground.
From Keshena, drive north 20 miles on Highway 55 to Markton. Turn right (east) on County Road WW and drive 0.6 mile to Campground Drive (FR 2116). Turn left (north) on Campground Drive and continue 1.2 miles to the campground.