Explore the most popular trails in Isle Du Boise Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

We've walked the Elm Fork trails many times so today we decided to try the Equestrian trail. We didn't get very far because of the mud and it doesn't appear to be on the All Trails ap but the scenery is very pretty. We'll definitely have to walk the entire thing once it dries up.

This is the same trail identified on this site as Lake Ray Robert's Greenbelt Trail.

Nice, wide, mostly straight trail. Wide enough for bikes to pass hikers with plenty of room to spare. Paved at the beginning until after you cross a bridge, then mostly white rock gravel. Alternating shade and sun; there are heavily-forested parts that are like being in a tree tunnel, then you're in a wide open meadow. Parallels farmer's fields on parts. Saw lots of birds, mainly large great herons that were looking for fish. As a bonus side trip, take a right at the trailhead and look at the spillway when it's wide open; it's fun to watch tens of thousands of gallons of water per second rush past. Only about a hundred meter walk from the trailhead.

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muddy
7 months ago

I've been hiking and biking this trail for years. Love it during all seasons. See my video here: https://youtu.be/Dzu8hM1fW7k

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Fri Apr 13 2018

Very nice trail. I've biked and hiked most of this trail.

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Sun Mar 25 2018

Kids and gods friendly!! It was beautiful a wonderful kept.

Always see birds on this trail. Some of the trail is full sun. Can get really hot. I’ve seen armadillos quite a few times. Watch out for copper heads and water moccasins. The wildflowers in spring are always pretty.

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Sun Dec 17 2017

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Fri Nov 24 2017

Nice little 5 mile after Thanksgiving burn. Pleasant trail with polite fellow hikers and bikers.

Great trail. You can walk along the river or through a forested area on a concrete path. Saw a couple deer and other wildlife while hiking. $7 per adult to park and hike there. Would recommend for a easy short hike!

hiking
Sun Jul 20 2014

This is the area behind the dam of Ray Roberts Lake. The West Elm parking area has a path to the spillway, and to the East Elm parking area. Here is a place to launch your canoe and go downstream on the Greenbelt corridor. There is a concrete path between the two parking areas along the Elm Creek.

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