|Trail Name||Newberry Trail|
|Length||1.2 miles; 1.9 Km.|
|Telulah Park and on several cross streets along the trail.|
|Location||South side of the Fox River from Telulah Park to Olde Oneida Street.|
Lovely riverside walk through old industrial flats. Birds abound. Located between South River Street and Telulah Park in Appleton, the trail runs along the south bank of the navigation canal of the Fox River near downtown. The trail is beautifully landscaped with mature trees in a natural woodland theme, giving the impression of being in the wilderness even though it is in the center of an urban area. Beginning near "Between the Locks", the trail runs alongside two navigational locks, an iron girder railroad bridge, Laurence University's Banta Bowl, and ends at Telulah Park with its Soo Line steam engine and skateboard park. The trail offers spectacular views of the Fox River with ample benches for seating and opportunities for fishing.
|Key to Use Codes: A=All terrain vehicles; B=Biking; D=Dogs on leashes; H=Horses; K=Skating; M=Snowmobiles; R=Running; S=Snowshoeing; W=Walking; X=Cross country skiing.|