The Wolf River State Trail is open from White Lake in Langlade County north 33 miles to Crandon in Forest County. Four additional miles of trail are currently under development south of White Lake to the Menomonee/Langlade county line. Once complete, the Wolf River State Trail will total 37 miles.
The Wolf River State Trail runs adjacent to the Nicolet National Forest where camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing opportunities are plentiful. A segment of the corridor between Highway 64 and Lily is near the Wolf River. The river is well known for trout fishing and the whitewater rapids frequently draw rafters, kayakers and canoeists.