Lost Creek Falls is a 3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Cornucopia, Wisconsin that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and snowshoeing and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
A perfect, quaint family hike. There were no other people on the trail so it was nice and quiet. The waterfall was so gorgeous and we got there right when the sun was coming through the trees onto the waterfall at an angle that really made the moving water glimmer. So gorgeous! The first leg of the trail also has an amazing walkway system. Someone put a lot of time into that and I truly respect the amount of love that had to have gone into that project! A perfect length for a light workout!
It's a hard place to find if you are going off of Highway 13, but once you get on County Road C, it's easy to spot. Great trail, with a nice, rewarding waterfall at the end
Quick and easy trail
The pin on the map is incorrect. The official trail head has moved - To access from Cornucopia take County Road C South to Trail Drive (on the right) to the parking area. The trail is being upgraded to gravel and wood plank bridges as of this summer (due to the storms I'm guessing it will be delayed as they fix roads) and there were numerous trees down across the trail.
Even with the downed trees it was a great hike - the kids (ages 6 and almost 3) loved it. Manageable even for the little ones, and they are still talking about it.
Gorgeous if you are good at following directions and don't give up and turn around to quick. Once you make it to the waterfall you can sit and have a picnic or crawl behind the fall or wade your feet in the water... Whatever your wondering heart may desire to do :D!