The Ice Age National Scientific Reserve was established in 1964 to protect the glacial landforms and landscapes in Wisconsin. The reserve is an affiliated area of the National Park System and consists of nine units across Wisconsin. Most of these units are connected by the Ice Age Trail. The units protect different areas of scenic and scientific value and provide all kinds of opportunities, from studying Wisconsins natural history at one of the interpretive centers, to hiking, camping, sightseeing and wildlife viewing.

The horse trails have very nice signs

Beautiful horse trails