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Cam-Rock County Park Loop is a 4.9 mile loop trail located near Cambridge, Wisconsin that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.9 mi Elevation gain 354 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Mountain biking

Forest

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Mountain bikingFee

Beautiful trail and great beginner trails!

Chris Jones
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Hiking

Trail was in great condition, and had a nice mix of sun and shade.

Mike O
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Chris Dosger
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Mountain biking

Great trail

Afton Yenter
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Nature trips

This trail was awesome! There's a great, flat path that my youngest was able to do with training wheels on his bike and some more challenging side trails that my oldest was able to explore. It's a beautiful trail!

Angela Marie
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Hiking

For a Friday afternoon hike this place was not overly crowded. The main trail is well groomed and there are many variations and side trails that offer shade and variation. Very beautiful place.

Alexa Burmester
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Hiking

There was minimal shade and the side paths weren’t entirely ready for use, but the main path and bridges were all very well maintained! This is a hotspot for dogs, bikes, and strollers.

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Eric Lenser
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Hiking

Decent amount of my bikers if you're looking to hike the fun single track, but well maintained.

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Sarah Vogel
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Hiking

Cold winter conditions, and... wonderful hike. Well marked trails. Lots of variety.

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Matt A
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Hiking

Cam Rock is an 8' wide, flat 2 mile each gravel path. It meanders between wooded and open meadows along the Koshkonong River. The river is visible in spots and a few ponds along the way. Flush toilets are available about halfway through. There are several paths, mowed or single track dirt, along the way. There were many people on bicycles in the area.

Tom Breuer
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Mountain biking

Absolutely beautiful area. Well maintained trails with varying difficulties.

AnnMarie Holdorf
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Hiking

Nice mix of terrain. Nice mix of shade & sun as well. Beautiful scenery. Dogs loved it.

Amber Riedl
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Hiking

Nice, clean trails. Not too muddy at all on this 40 degree weather. A lot of loops though, easy to get off trail

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Whitney Wells
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Hiking

This trail has so many different off the path loops that you can take, and is quiet early in the morning. Great place to hike! We started at marker 1 and walked towards Rockdale. There’s a few places with benches to stop along the way.

Brie K
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Great place to hike! We went during the first nice day in Feb and although it was muddy the scenery was still beautiful and the course was pretty easy. We wandered past the bridge off the second course and found a bunch of other trails for skiing. We'll definitely go back again in spring to do the rest.

Noel Noel Collins
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it was the best trail ride in Wisconsin yet, rode La Crosse, Levis Mound already

Lydia Radcliffe
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Great trail to hike! Very well kept paths and a very nice area. I highly recommend bringing bug spray with if you go here, there are lots of mosquitos.

Laura Strehlow
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The first portion of the trail, between downtown Cambridge and CamRock #1, is flat and easy to hike, bike or cross-country ski, perfect for beginners and young children. CamRock #1 has a nice shelter, restroom facilities and play area, which is perfect for taking a break or picnicking along the way. The second leg, between CamRock #1 and 2 passes through some very pretty wetlands and woods with amazing views. The last section, between CamRock #2 and 3 is the most challenging, but is well worth the effort. Do the entire trail or just one section. Parking is available at several points along the way. For those interested in canoeing or kayaking, a launch area is available at the trail head in Cambridge. Bike and snowshoe rentals are available at CamRock Cafe and Sport shop on Main St just a block away.

Syvilay Daraphondeth
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Mountain biking

Great single track trail for beginners and intermediate riders. I also enjoyed the difficult trail.

Stuart Wallace
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Mountain biking

Singletrack is nothing truly technical, but there are a couple of good climbs and the designers did a good job making the trails rhythmic but not boring and predictable. There are a couple of harder trails with some good obstacles and challenging areas. Great for a short jaunt from Madison.

Jesse Davis
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This is a great small park. There is one main street trail. It is great for biking hiking or walking dogs. The mountain bike trails are not highly technical. However my kids and I have enjoyed mountain biking on them. The wild life near the water is enjoyable to look at. During the winter we spend a lot of time Ice skating here. There is a great place for hot chocolate in town

Eric Hutchison
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Allison Goldthorpe
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Kristen Haag
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Ingrid Rodenbeck
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Kim Schram
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Kim Schram
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Ryan James
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Hayden Latsch
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Adam Anick
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