Tuscobia State Trail a trail for all time

 

Maps & Communities

 

Rice Lake

Birchwood

Couderay/
Radisson

Ojibwa

Winter

Loretta/
Draper

 

Park Falls



 

 

  • Download a printable, high-detail PDF of the map or the Tuscobia Trail Mailer.

  • Explore the communities along the trail by clicking on the links at the top of the page

 

 

Rice Lake

...this stretch of the trail is part of the 1,000-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

Birchwood

...travel through open farmland, numerous pothole lakes and creeks

Couderay/ Radisson

... history of the railroad and the logging industry at the historical sites

Ojibwa

... large populations of deer, grouse and songbirds and watch for bald eagles

Winter

... Large old Pine stumps suggest the size and frequency of the area’s original timbers

Loretta/ Draper

...History will be a constant presence

Park Falls

...the wildest part of the trail along with comfortable amenities.

 
   

 

~ Welcome ~ Maps and Communities ~ History ~
~ Rice Lake ~ Birchwood ~ Couderay/Radisson ~
~ Ojibwa ~ Winter ~ Loretta/Draper ~ Park Falls ~


Barron, Washburn, Sawyer and Price Counties
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