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Trail Updates

 WINTERTIME ON THE TRAIL!
December 2003/January 2004

Winter Trail Usage! Did you know that you can use the Interurban Trail in the winter? The following communities clear snow off the trail.

  • City of Cedarburg

  • City of Port Washington

  • Village of Grafton

  • The remainder of the trail is open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

    Winter Activities Along the Trail– Plan a cross-country ski trip on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail during a weekend when these other community activities occur:

    December:

    • Dec 4 Weyenberg Library Holiday Tea
       Mequon
      262-242-2593

    • Dec 4-6 Christmas in the Country
      Cedarburg
      1-800-237-2847

    • Dec 5 Children’s Clothes / Toy Sale
      Mequon
      262-242-7471

    • Dec 5 Tree Lighting
      Thiensville
      262-238-1812

    • Dec 5,12&19 Festive Friday Eves
      Cedarburg
      1-800-8020

    • Dec 6 Christmas on the Corner
      Port Washington
      1-800-719-4881

    • Dec 6 Holiday Fun Fest
      Grafton
      262-377-1650

    January:

    • Jan 1 Polar Bear Dip
      Port Washington
      1-800-719-4881

    • Jan 17-18 “Cure for the Cabin Fever” Antique Show
      Cedarburg
      1-800-237-2874

    February:

    Trucks on the Trail?!? The majority of the land for the Interurban Trail is leased from We Energies. From October 2003 - February 2004, they will be making upgrades to their transmission lines. Click here for more details.

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    Cross-Country Skiing on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail

    Upcoming Trail Advisory Meetings

    Trail Advisory Council

    January 14, 2004
    1:00 PM
    Ozaukee County Administration Center
    Auditorium

    Trailside Facilities

    TBA

    Sustainability

    December 4, 2003
    10:30 AM
    Ozaukee County Administration Center
    Room 117

    Trail maps are now available through the Ozaukee County Tourism Council (1-800-403-9898) or at our local community Chamber of Commerce. Maps are also available on-line at Maps