Biking and Hiking

Stower Seven Lakes State Trail

This county-operated, 14-mile trail runs from Amery nearly all the way to Dresser. Built on a former railroad corridor, the trail begins at Harriman Avenue in Amery, travels through Deronda, Wanderoos and Nye, ending about 1 mile from Dresser on 90th Avenue.

The trail is named to recognize the exceptional natural resources the trail traverses and the longtime public service and leadership demonstrated by Amery’s own Harvey and Marilyn Stower. Harvey Stower served in the Wisconsin Legislature and as Mayor of Amery for many years.

The trail has been brushed and graded. The surface is crushed gravel, and is presently open for silent sports including walking, biking, cross county skiing and snowshoeing. 

ATVs, snowmobiles and other motorized vehicles are prohibited on the Stower Seven Lakes State Trail.

Bikers on a Trail
Stower 7 Lakes Sign

Other Trails

  • Walking Trail - Amery Regional Medical Center
  • York Park Walking Trail In Amery
  • School Forest Trails: The school forest is open to the public. Find more information here.
  • Gandy Dancer Trail Map: The 98-mile recreation trail follows the railroad grade from St. Croix Falls north to Superior. Recreational use on the trail is divided by geographic location south half and north half. The south trail segment extends 47 miles from St. Croix Falls to Danbury, paralleling Highway 35 most of the distance. This segment was surfaced with crushed limestone in 1995 and offers a smooth, hard surfaced trail with use limited to biking and hiking from April through November. A bike pass is required.