Explore the best wheelchair friendly trails in Wisconsin with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

My husband and I enjoyed a walking through the woods. Can't wait to back and explore more.

If you're not following the river you're on the wrong trail! This is a beautiful hike past a golf course, along a river, and through the woods. Worth it to find the correct trail head.

This place is awesome!!! There are tons of trails through the trees with a lot of varied elevations, some steep hills and thin trails. I got through about 4 miles of trails in the woods. I skipped one sketchy looking bridge this time so I didn't go all the way around. Cell service for Verizon is weak @ 3G mostly so bring an extra charger if using gps. Definitely recommend having a gps app or a detailed map saved. Probably easy to get turned around in there. If my battery wasn't almost dead I would have stayed in there another 4 miles. Hiking shoes are a must. It's muddy and going down the steep dirt trails is slippery. I will be back soon, with snacks and extra chargers. Amazing and worth the hour drive from IL.

hiking
20 days ago

I don't think the highlighted trail actually exists. this is a park, and there are only paved paths. if you want to walk past some picnic benches and a baseball diamond, this is the place for you. maybe I'm blind and don't see the actual trail, who knows...

Easy and flat. Peaceful in many parts but there is City noise and views. Are use it each time I come to town which is twice a year. One of the few places with asphalt instead of concrete.

road biking
26 days ago

This trail is beautiful! Full of lots of different scenery. DO NOT try to follow this trail through the woods though!! There is way too much overgrowth and the trail leads to a dead end. Instead stick to the gravel, asphalt, or grassy areas. Giving this a 4 because the recommended trail is not walkable anymore, but otherwise loved it.

This was a fun trail to explore, but it was hard to navigate while walking my dog. I constantly had to stop and double check if I was on the right path with my GPS. A couple of times we got off-course, but overall I enjoyed the sights and so did my pup.

trail running
1 month ago

I ran this trail out and back (9 miles). It was nice because it was flat and had some beautiful views along the way.