Janesville's 30 miles of trails, including Janesville's segment of the statewide Ice Age Trail, connect many neighborhoods, parks and attractions. In the winter, the trails, parks and greenbelt system are available to cross country skiers and snowshoers. Pets are welcome on the trails from September 16 through May 14. Most of the trail in Janesville is paved, perfect for biking, walking, running and rollerblading, and it connects many neighborhoods, parks and attractions. One such segment is the Peace Trail, which connects Janesville's Rockport Park to Big Hill Park in Beloit. A few portions of the trail, notably the Devil's Staircase in Riverside Park and a segment that runs through the Robert O Cook Memorial Arboretum, are unpaved and suitable for hiking. Click here to download a map of Janesville's Trail System, and click here to see an an up to date Wisconsin Trails Report on the Travel Wisconsin website.

  • Restrooms
  • Trails
  • Pet/Dog Friendly Sept 16 - May 14 (on leash)
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • River Setting
  • Scenic Views
  • Wooded
  • Things for Kids
  • Things for Teens
  • Downtown

Admission Fee: Free
Hours: Janesville parks are open from 5 AM to 11 PM, with restroom facilities available April 15 through October 15.
Address: Trail Hub - 200 Riverside St - Janesville - WI, 53548
Phone: (608) 755-3030