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Copper Park Equestrian Trails

There are now a total of about 10 miles of trails for horseback riders and other non-motorized activities.

The trails north of Meadowbrook Creek were developed in 2005 and cover about 5 miles next to the Flambeau River, on land adjacent to the reclaimed Flambeau Mine Site, about 1.5 miles south of Ladysmith on Highway 27.

During 2007 a new bridge crossing the Meadowbrook Creek allowed the expansion of the Copper Park Equestrian Trails south and west along the Flambeau River.

Developed in partnership with the Flambeau Mining Company, the City of Ladysmith and the Flambeau Riders, these are the first public trails developed for equestrian use in Rusk County. Hikers are encouraged to use the trails as well.

Download the Copper Trails brochure
Download the Flambeau Riders brochure

Photo by Jeff Miller for the Flambeau Mine Company

last revised 9/6/2007

copyright Flambeau Mining Company 2005