State Trail Pass Outlets and Trail Offices

Wisconsin State Trails are a part of the Wisconsin State Park System. Anyone who has traveled the US extensively knows that Wisconsin boasts some of the finest state parks, natural areas, and recreational trails in the nation. These state recreation areas and trails are mostly supported by your user fees, including state trail passes.

From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources:

“A state trail pass is required for all people age 16 or older biking, in-line skating, horseback riding, cross-country skiing or off-highway motorcycling on certain trails. A state trail pass is not required for walking or hiking. Passes can be used on ALL Wisconsin State Trails!

“A state trail pass is issued to the person and is non-transferable, meaning that it cannot be passed from person to person or shared with others. The state trail pass must be filled out to be valid.”

For more information, see the Wisconsin DNR website:

State Trail Pass fees, Wisconsin resident or non-resident

Daily: $5, Annual: $25 The annual trail passes are valid through December 31.

Use the interactive map below to find easy self-pay stations and trail offices where you can get your trail pass!