Loop Trail Quick Facts
Stillwater Lift Bridge Closed 8/2/17 & will
remain closed until Spring/Summer 2019
Asphalt Park & Ride and access to the Loop Trail (across from Houlton Elementary) will be completed in June 2018.
Main Trailhead will be completed by July 4, 2018. No water or restroom facilities until fall of 2018.
Remainder of Loop Trail Construction will be completed by end of October.
Trail from Hilltop Trailhead to the Stillwater Lift Bridge will be closed until Spring/Summer 2019.
Underpass under Hwy 64 closed Nov 2017 and remains closed.
for detailed WisDOT information.
St. Croix River Crossing Bridge Opened August 2, 2017
Earth Day Gandy Dancer Trail Clean Up - April 22, 2018 - DATE CHANGE to April 28th because of snow storm - Various locations and times in Polk County remain the same - Burnet County location may have their event on April 22nd as scheduled - SEE tab below for contact details for any questions and more information.
United Way giveBIG SCV - make donations to the St. Croix Valley charity of your choice all day April 24th, on line at https://givescv.mightycause.com/giving-events/scv18/home
Annual Meeting - April 28, 2018, Paperjack Park, 524 East Eleventh Street, New Richmond, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. SEE tab below for more details.
Coalition Board of Directors Meeting - May 9, 2019, Town of Somerset Town Hall, 748 HWY 35, Somerset, Wisconsin (Next to the Fire Station) - 6:30 p.m.
Communications Committee Meeting- New Richmond Civic Center, 156 East First Street, New Richmond, August 6, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Welcome to the St. Croix Bike and Pedestrian Trail Coalition web site. The Coalition is a grassroots effort of St. Croix County residents to create a coordinated bike and pedestrian trail network in St. Croix County.
Loop Trail South of Stillwater MN
Click below for a history of bicycling.
Bike Routes – roadway shared with vehicular traffic.
Bike Lanes –shared roadway that have been designated by striping, signing and pavement markings for the preferential/exclusive use of bicycles.
Bike Paths – trails that are physically separated from motorized vehicular traffic.
Other types of trails – walking, hiking, etc. - pedestrian trails