Horse riding trails are becoming more and more popular in the Crivitz area due to the efforts of club riders.   

One of the newer trails is located on the east end of Lake Noquebay just 5 miles northeast of the Village of Crivitz. The Clip Clop Trail Riders Club is a non-profit club serving this area.

The new trail is nestled in a parcel made up of 3,200 acres of Marinette County Forest Lands. The trail winds through wooded upland areas and some lowlands and is just the right mix of gently rolling hills and level ground.

The club secured donations and went to work improving, building, and maintaining 20 miles of trails, a campsite area with picnic tables, fire rings, and high lines used to tie up horses. An outhouse is provided and additional picnic tables and fire rings have been purchased. Plans for a drilled well and additional facilities are in the works.

A leisurely ride on the trail takes about 6 hours. Horseback riders and the general public are welcome. Hikers are encouraged to use this asset as well.   

A Marinette County Parks sticker is required if you decide to camp. Donations for trail improvements are accepted but not required. For additional trail information and information on joining the Clip Clop Trail Riders Club use:

Middle Inlet Horse Trails PDF
Middle Inlet County Land Horse Camp & Trails brochure


An image of two riders on horses following a trail in the trees.
A picture taken or a girl on a horse in front of a rider following on a horse down a trail in the trees.
An image of a picnic area, with a bench and fire pit.
An image of three horse back riders rounding a curve in a trail in the trees.
An image of a man and a woman in front of the Middle Inlet County Land Horse Camp and Trails sign.
An image of a man and a boy on horses in the trees.