The Green Circle is a 27-mile scenic hiking and biking trail that loops through the Stevens Point area and connects with overĀ 45 miles of additional trails. It winds through forests and parks, over wetlands, and along rivers, recalling the days of huge pineries, pioneer settlements, and the lore of the Wisconsin and Plover Rivers.

Current Trail Conditions

(Updated August 1, 2016)

All sections of the Green Circle are currently open and in good condition.

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21st of March 2017 03:09 AM Link
Happy first day of spring! Skunk cabbage is up at Iverson Park to welcome the season.
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5th of March 2017 09:13 PM Link
Did someone sprinkle pepper on the snow? Look closer, and you'll see those little black flecks moving! The "snow fleas" are out in force right now on the trail. These aren't real fleas; they're tiny springtails that hop like fleas and eat decaying plant material or tree sap.
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2nd of February 2017 05:28 AM Link
We're pleased to be part of what makes Stevens Point fun -- and a great place to live and work - Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
22nd of January 2017 05:57 PM Link
Please do not snowblow and/or plow the Green Circle Trail. With our current warmup and rain, this cleared section between Heffron and Pioneer on the McDill segment has become dangerous to walk, run, or bike on. Please use caution when using all parts of the trail.
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15th of January 2017 04:26 PM
With all of the recent snowfall, now is a great time to get out on the Green Circle and explore its winter beauty! Portions that are groomed for classical cross-country skiing include the Plover River Trails (contact Portage County Parks at 715-346-1433 for conditions) and the Iverson Park Trail (contact Stevens Point Parks at 715-346-1531 for conditions). All of the other sections are open to ungroomed skiing, snowshoeing, and winter bicycling.
23rd of December 2016 01:10 PM Link
THE meeting spot for Green Circle Board Committees since 1989, Al's Diner in Stevens Point,
saw it's last days this week as longtime owner Gayle Guzman has sold her business. The Maintenance Committee brought its brain power to Al's one last time, and took the opportunity to present Gayle with a few small tokens of appreciation for serving our meeting space and dietary needs all those years!

Pictured here are Gayle, with Green Circle Board senior statesman John Jury presenting her with a medal of commendation and other Green Circle valuables - hope to see Gayle on the Trail now that her cooking responsibilities are lessened!

Thanks Gayle!!!!!
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12th of December 2016 05:35 AM Link
The River Pines Trail provided a perfect venue for the season's first ski outing. Check out the Plover River and Iverson Park sections for more scenic skiing this winter.
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23rd of November 2016 06:14 PM Link
Looking for Green Circle Trail shirts? Stop by the Schmeeckle Reserve Browse Shop, open every day from 8-5. T-shirts in many designs: short or long-sleeved and ladies v-neck. We also have inexpensive water bottles that make great gifts!
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18th of November 2016 10:56 PM
The Moses Creek Trail segment of the Green Circle will be closed for the gun deer season November 19-27. Good luck, hunters!
17th of November 2016 05:55 AM Link
The Green Circle is a community treasure for those who live in the Stevens Point area. It's also a great reason to visit, and one of several selling points when businesses are recruiting employees. Learn more from Sentry, Skyward, Inc. and Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau in this video: