- The Fox River Trail is approximately 26.3 miles long, with the trail head in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
- In 2016, Brown County sold 4,193 annual trail passes.
- If a State of Wisconsin Trail Pass is purchased in Brown County, 70%
of the fee stays in Brown County to be used to maintain the trails.
- The Fox River Trail runs through the communities of Green Bay,
Allouez, De Pere, Ledgeview, Rockland, Wrightstown, Holland and Greenleaf.
- It costs approximately $140,000 to pave one mile of trail.
- The Fox River Trail was rated as one of the top five trails in Wisconsin
by “Trails to Rail” Magazine.
- More than 3 million people have visited the trail since it opened in 2001.
- Donations to the Friends of the Fox River Trail go directly to trail promotion, upkeep and special projects.
- There are more than 25 restaurants within a quarter mile of the trail!
- The Fox River Trail is a Dog-Friendly Brown County Park.
- The Fox River is one of the few rivers in the Continental United States the flows north instead of south.
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