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City Trail

Trail Head

Going on an adventure can be an exciting and memorable experience.  The Tomah Recreation Trail has several entry points to enjoy walking, running, biking, or rollerblading outdoor adventures.  If you would like to venture the entire distance, you will explore approximately six (6) miles through Tomah, including the use of some sidewalks.

The trail offers a refreshing activity that can improve your physical and mental well-being.  Remember to wear comfortable shoes, stay hydrated, and be mindful of your surroundings to ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure!

Great parking options to connect into the trail include parking space availability located at Buckley Park (Aquatic Center), Firemen’s Park/Skate Park, Gillett Park (street parking), Butts Park/n.a.s.a Inclusive Park, Veterans Park/Dog Park, Winnebago Park, and of course at the Tomah Chamber & Visitors Center!


Lake Tomah

Lake Tomah 3

Lloyd Jones and Al Butts donated land to the City of Tomah, and Lake Tomah came to life between 1938-1939.  Since its creation, the 251-acre lake has given residents and visitors a great community resource that provides a mixture of activities on and around the lake.

Lake Tomah has two boat ramps for access to the lake as well as a handicapped-accessible dock.  Whether you prefer kayaking, canoeing, wakeboarding, stand-up-paddling, boating, or fishing, there are plenty of opportunities to explore Lake Tomah and take in the beautiful scenery!  If you’re sharing images on social media, be sure to #thisistomah!

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