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Trail FAQs

 

How long is the Interurban Trail?​​​​

The Ozaukee Interurban Trail spans over 30 miles, traversing the entire length, north to south, of Ozaukee County.

Does the Interurban Trail extend into Sheboygan County?

The Trail extends roughly seven miles into Sheboygan County, passing through the Village of Cedar Grove and the Town of Holland before merging with County Highway A in the Village of Oostburg.

Does the Interurban Trail extend into Milwaukee County?

The Ozaukee Interurban Trail meets up with the Brown Deer Recreational Trail at County Line Road in the City of Mequon.  From here, the Brown Deer Recreational Trail extends south before connecting to Milwaukee County's Oak Leaf Trail.

Is there a fee to use the Interurban Trail?

Use of the Trail is free for all users thanks to the strong support received from Ozaukee County local communities, business, residents, and generous Trail supporters!

Who do I contact with questions regarding the Trail?

Contact Andrew Struck by telephone at 262-238-8257 or email at astruck@co.ozaukee.wi.us

For Ozaukee County Tourism Information, please visit the Ozaukee County Tourism Council's website at www.ozaukeetourism.com.

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Andrew Struck

Planning & Parks Director

121 W. Main St.

P.O. Box 994

Port Washington, WI 53074

Ph: 262-284-8257

Fx: 262-238-8269

astruck@co.ozaukee.wi.us

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