The Eau Claire Improv
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Located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Walk, bike, hike or skate on the paved trails
that wind along the scenic Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers or the more
rugged trails of the University and Mt. Simon areas. Eau Claire has
great bike trails for all type of riders.
The Chippewa River and Red Cedar Trails are available year round for outdoor activities. During, Spring, Summer and Fall, you may enjoy walking, biking …More
A number of the city parks provide convenient locations to park a vehicle and access the bike trails. Along the trails, picnic areas, historical markers, …More
The Parks Maintenance Division is responsible for maintaining approximately 363 acres of parkland, and 21 miles of recreation trail. The Parks Maintenance …More
Lowes Creek County Park, located in the Town of Washington on S. Lowes Creek Road has recently been expanded in order to welcome mountain bikers to the …More
The Old Abe State Trail is a cooperative effort between the State of Wisconsin and Chippewa County. This paved 20-mile trail connects Lake Wissota State …More
Putnam Park is a 230-acre natural area owned by UW-Eau Claire. Most of the park is forested, although there is a small marsh area at the eastern end of …More
Welcome to the Red Cedar Trail and Hoffman Hills, two of Dunn County's premier natural and recreational destinations. Whether bicycling, skiing, hiking, …More
The Stage Coach Bicycle Route is a scenic route that follows along a lightly traveled road and is perfect for a family bicycle outing. The paved route is …More
The Eau Claire Improv Festival is run by a tight
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