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Wolf Run Trail serves a community of many types of recreational users and interests. Please let us hear from you about your experiences with the trail and your ideas for improving the trail and also this website.

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  • Tom Wolf
    followed this page 2021-08-17 20:48:52 -0500
  • Kris Brewer
    commented 2021-01-04 10:40:50 -0600
    Is the Wolf Run Trail 2 miles one way? Thank you for this wonderful trail. Kris
  • Mary Jane Ederer
    commented 2020-10-27 12:05:03 -0500
    Good afternoon,

    I was in contact in late August/early September regarding using the trail for a Book Walk sponsored by the Black Earth Public Library and the WHSD school libraries. We have our materials ready now, and I just wanted to double check that it is OK to use the trail for this event from November 1 through 21. We have a Thanksgiving themed book ready for November 22 through mid-December assuming the weather is cooperative.
  • Jon Klett
    commented 2020-09-11 21:18:18 -0500
    I would be interested in organizing a 5k run/walk starting in 2021 or possible 2022
  • Jamie Van Den Bergh
    commented 2020-05-29 15:22:19 -0500
    I’m contacting you from the high school. I need to get some information from the Wolf Run Association so we can get you added as a vendor. The class of 2020 would like to donate so they can have some benches made in their honor. If you could contact me at the email below or call the high school, I would appreciate it. Thank you!
  • Pam Cashman
    commented 2020-05-18 13:33:05 -0500
    Wolf Run Trail Scavenger Hunt

    See how many of these you can find on your walk!

    Find a leaf with stripes.

    Find a flower that has 2 colors.

    Find a bridge.

    Find some water. What lives there?

    Find a furry animal that is not a pet.

    Listen for a sound from an animal.

    Listen for a man-made sound.

    Listen for a nature-made sound.

    Find an insect. Does it fly?

    Find a larva, caterpillar or snail.

    Find a mushroom or some moss.

    Find clues left by a critter.

    Find a home for a critter.

    Find a source of food for an animal.

    Find something that doesn’t belong.

    Find a dead tree. What lives on it?

    Find a colorful bird.

    Find the smallest & biggest clouds.
  • Josie Geishirt
    commented 2019-06-04 08:43:29 -0500
    My husband, daughter and I will help out with Clean up on Sat. June 22nd in the morning for a few hours.
  • Roger Reynolds
    commented 2018-12-23 08:51:14 -0600
    Hi, this is a message for Scott. Scott, this is Roger who talked with you at the first about doing a xmas tree fire in the spring. Roger
  • Karl Denu
    commented 2017-07-06 10:27:24 -0500
    Wondering how far out on the trail is Helens Bridge?
  • Linda Bailey
    commented 2016-08-06 05:07:54 -0500

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  • Linda Bailey
    commented 2016-08-06 05:07:52 -0500

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  • Sara Shackleton
    followed this page 2016-07-26 09:37:23 -0500
  • Len Rogan
    commented 2015-10-26 16:26:20 -0500
    I love this trail! For my 65th birthday in July I bought myself a bike and have been riding to the high school and back at least three times a week. It’s beautiful.

    My only concern is that recently someone (I’m sure well-intentioned) planted what appear to be some non-native flowers. I would hope that the Wolf Run Association would commit to the preservation of what native landscape exists. I am aware that the trail runs along a corn field and that is not going to change. But I urge the Wolf Run Association to promote the preservation and even the restoration of the natural landscape.

    Introducing non-native, species into this environment is unnecessary. This recent planting seems to be an attempt to add some color to those informational signs. There are many native species that bloom at all different times of the year and are quite colorful. Sources of such plants are abundant. For example the UW-Arboretum has a native plant sale every year.

    I love the trail and its natural beauty. Let’s not make it look like our back yards.

    Len Rogan
  • Theron Sorgatz
    commented 2015-08-03 22:08:23 -0500
    Where is the erosion control for the new work being done on the corner of Cramer and Hudson? I worry about the health of the creek if we get some rain.
  • Dustin Brockway
    commented 2015-02-05 08:55:52 -0600
    I’m new to Mazo and wondering if the trail will be groomed for skiing or if it’s strictly for hikers and snowmobiles? I think it would be a great place to ski with it being a very wide trail and I know that I would be there nearly every day if that were the case. I know Dane County Parks will groom their trails for skiing regularly, so that would be great if they could do this trail as well. Let me know what you think.
  • posted about this on Facebook 2014-12-19 01:29:37 -0600
    WINTER SOLSTICE BONFIRE PARTY Dec 21st 4-7 at the trailhead
  • Sara Anderson
    commented 2014-12-19 01:26:36 -0600
    Please repost the WINTER SOLSTICE BONFIRE invitation as I have used the website for reference in flyers and event promotions. Directions should be easily located and the party invite one of the easy pages to find. Thanks


    Is there an event webpage? Channel 3000 wants to know.
  • Sara Anderson
    commented 2014-12-18 09:23:52 -0600
    Good morning, I worked yesterday on creating flyers for the Winter Solstice Bonfire Party. The sign on the entrance to town will put up Solstice Bonfire info on Saturday after the Santa visit info comes down. I might add that I don’t believe we will have to pay. ThankYou Jodee and Tony Walker.Santa has higher authority this year, but we will still get some attention from that.

    Mazo Mobile station would only allow the flyer I made to be posted on the bullitin board in the back between the Men’s and Ladies.

    Family Dollar delighted in posting a flyer right at the cash register. Thanks ladies! has it on thier facebook page, so do HTHH, High Tech Happy Hour, Meetups, and several Madison facebook Group pages. More to come today, like the local TV stations, Gilda’s Red Door Cancer Center,

    Woodland Hills Neighborhood Assocation where I live on the Madison/Middleton border, has invited the entire membership to come to the Party and be introduced to the WOLF RUN TRAIL which is a whole new great recreational resource that is only 20 minutes away. For many it will be a great year round hang out that is better than the activities in our neck of the woods.

    My Condo Association will send out a group invite today. It would be funny to meet a neighbor on the trail, as I have never even seen most of them outside.

    Costco has promised they will do something, but not sure exactly what and where. I hit the Community Center bullitin board, but missed the rest of the Historic District due to an ink and paper outage late in the day, so exhausted, I returned home.

    I will make more flyers today in Madison but I want to say thanks to the Mazo Library, we got some done for free with the help of the Librarian and another interested patron who put input on a flyer I made to be printed in B&W.

    Next year I will start much earlier and get people before they gave made other plans. I am afraid we got off to a very late start to be ahead of the game when it comes to holiday plans and RSVP’s.

    I’ll keep you posted. If you have any suggestions, pleasr email me @ [email protected]

    Sara Anderson
  • Lisa Boettcher
    commented 2014-10-03 17:36:18 -0500
    How can we get dog owners to keep their dogs on a leash? Not everyone is comfortable with dogs running up to them while being loose. Is there a way to put something on the big Mazo sign? Thank you.