LWTA Rides

Lake Wobegon Trail Rides

Each year enjoy three bike rides on the Lake Wobegon Trails sponsored by the Lake Wobegon Trails Association. ​ The rides are family oriented rides, tours really, not intended to be a race but a chance to get out and enjoy a wonderful day in Central Minnesota on one of the best trails in the state.

Caramel Roll Ride
2nd Saturday in June

Caramel Roll Ride: 2nd Saturday in June

Enjoy a Sweet Roll on a Sweet Trail!

Saturday June 8th 2019
This is our annual “Beginning of Summer” ride on the trail. Choose to go east to Avon, Collegeville or St Joseph, west to Freeport, and of course, north to Holdingford and the covered bridge, then on the Soo Line Trail to Bowlus and Blanchard Dam on the Mississippi River. As always, the best caramel rolls you can find anywhere will be available at all the rest stops along the way.
Check-in and Registration is at the Albany Lake Wobegon Trailhead at
400 Railroad Ave, Albany MN

Registration starts early 2019


Lady Slipper Nature Ride
3rd Saturday in June

Spunk Days Lady Slipper Nature Ride: 3rd Saturday in June

An Orchid Like No Other in Lake Wobegon Country!

Saturday, June 15, 2019
See the Minnesota State Flower, the Pink and White Showy Lady’s Slipper in full bloom. This is a short ride – about 6 miles round trip- to see the beautiful lady’s slipper orchids growing along the Lake Wobegon Trail. It’s a free ride, but donations will be accepted.
Check-in and Registration is at the Avon Lake Wobegon Trailhead at
108 2nd St NE, Avon MN

No need to preregister for this event. Just come and ride!

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Caramel Apple Ride
1st Saturday after Labor Day In September Caramel Apple Ride: 1st Saturday after Labor Day

Sticky, but fun!

Saturday, September 7, 2019
Enjoy the fall colors and great apple refreshments at all the rest stops including caramel apples! Spend the day with us riding the great Lake Wobegon Trail Country!
Check-in and registration is at Stearns County Fairgrounds
1105 Ash St S, Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Registration starts early 2019