Explore the most popular birding 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.

hiking
18 hours ago

This quick hike is nice if you only have five minutes or so want want tot hike in the shade. The longer hikes that branch off from the picnic area loop are much more fun if you have the time! Want distance? Park at the YMCA in Kimberly, hike the CE trail to the trailhead for the Don Fries Recreational Area off the CE trail, make a look inside the Don Fries/Memorial Park, and return back via the CE trail to the Y!

Great spot for photography.

One of the better hikes in park. Mesquitos were horrible, but notwithstanding, a great scenic hike for the area.

Parked and walked the Ice Age trail to Gilbrater Rock then down to the parking lot. We took the road back to the Ice Age Trail parking lot. Beautiful hike in every way.

Beautiful any time of year

It doesn't get more beautiful than the portion along the lake, but during the marshy areas you will experience some of the worst mosquitos of your life.

Besides the construction out there right now, I love these trails. The only downside is not being able to bring our dog. I get why though.

Great trail with challenging hills!

20 days ago

Easy trail. Beautiful with the snow.

20 days ago

Awesome views

Go in clockwise direction. The other direction means you climb 203 ft. at the end and it’s steep.
No trails are marked so keep to the map on All Trails if you want to do the loop. Otherwise, enjoy all the rabbit trails! There are many. It was a great winter walk. Can’t wait to see it in the Spring.

hiking
22 days ago

Beautiful views of Lake Michigan.

hiking
22 days ago

spectacular views and the stairs to the lake (and back!) provide a good workout

New path to the tower; nice views and family friendly

easy family hike

Hilly and gorgeous in the fall

Good work out in every season

hiking
1 month ago

A little icy and dreary on a chilly December day, but still pretty views and well-maintained trail. Nice to see they are doing a good job to prevent erosion too!

A great bike and hiking trail between downtown Two Rivers and downtown Manitowoc. Paved and nicely landscaped. Virtually the entire length hugs the scenic Lake Michigan shoreline. Connects to the Rawley Point Trail in Two Rivers. Numerous points of interest along the way include the West of the Lake Gardens (free!), the USS Cobia submarine at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, and two pleasant walks out to the Two Rivers and Manitowoc lighthouses.

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