Gandy Dancer Trail
Burnett County Segment
The Burnett County segment of the Gandy Dancer Trail is just over 20 miles, and passes through the communities of Siren, Webster, and Danbury before entering the State of Minnesota. The trail is used for walking and biking in the summer months, and is open to snowmobile and ATV use in the winter months.
Follow these links for more information on the Burnett County segment:
The Complete Gandy Dancer Trail
This 98-mile recreational trail passes through Burnett, Douglas, and Polk Counties in Wisconsin and Pine County in Minnesota. Please refer to the Gandy map (PDF) for more information.
- Naming The Trail
Find out how the Gandy Dancer Trail originated at naming the trail.
- North Trail
The north-section of the Gandy Dancer Trail extends 51 miles from Danbury to Superior in Burnett County. Northern segment State Trail map, trail and activity information.
- South Trail
The south-trail segment extends 47 miles from St. Croix Falls in Polk County to Danbury in Burnett County. Southern segment State Trail map, trail and activity information.
The Gandy Dancer trail provides a wide-range of recreational uses.
- Other Points of Interest
Find parking, restrooms, businesses, and picnic areas at other points of interest.
- Department of Natural Resources
In Wisconsin, the trail is owned by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and operated by each County's recreation department. In Minnesota, the trail is owned and operated by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.