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1 day ago

My kid likes to play in the fluffy white sand at overhang where the waterfall is located. We go about once a year. Saw a rat snake last time, that was cool.

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1 day ago

This is the trail where I always start my hikes into Devil's Lake State Park because it is the path less taken. You can hike for a few hours round trip and see hardly anyone if you take this quiet path up to the East Bluff via Woodland trail, then do the Devil's Doorway loop and then down the pot holes then back up the CCC, then out again through the meadow. Take enough water, I always see people looking miserable, overheated and dehydrated because they underestimate the energy and time they will spend on these trails.
There are a lot of people at the top especially in the summer. Recommend taking your time, stopping for a picnic in and amongst the boulders along the escarpment. Also go in spring and fall, not so much in the summer unless it's early morning on a Tuesday or Wednesday, if you prefer solitude.

loved the trails, and some off trail areas, too. I like that the trails are more rustic. They were a bit icy today, but still enjoyable.

hiking
5 days ago

Really enjoy night hiking this trail. It’s vet peaceful. Brown loop is perfect for taking my 7 year old daughter.

8 days ago

My son had diarrhea that started half way through the hike, so he would probably give it only one star, but I liked that there was a small body of water to see. Recommend staying on trail in summer unless you have tick repellent.

13 days ago

beautiful

17 days ago

We hiked in snowy weather in February. It was great to have the place to ourselves, and we hiked about a little more than a mile on uncleared trails. We would go again if in the area.

Great trail for winter hike. Tied this trail together with a trail system not shown on AllTrails for a 10 mile hike. Trails are groomed for X-Country skiing but you can go off trail as well. Good elevation changes to make it a true moderate trail system. Trail head is easy to find and there are trail maps at every sub-trail intersection.

Went for winter hike here last week...it was a great day to be outside and recommend this trail.

scenic area, lots of good restaurants and shops if you want to stop in downtown Racine

hiking
24 days ago

Easy fun hike!

nice trail along lakeside. good views of lake and lovely vacation homes. icy in winter.

If you stay close to the water t he trail is awesome, there are some areas where you can cross the stream on rocks and trees. I have even seen some trout on the stream occasionally. Spring is a good time to go because the water is high and there are a lot less mosquitoes. The marked wide, wood chipped trail is very easy. 3 stars only because of mosquitoes.

this trail is usually completely under water and impassable without tall waterproof boots, Lots of tree limbs down as well so bike can be tricky.

Love this area for weekly walks.

The Bugline trek started in May 2017 and is still continuing throughout the seasons. It was my first railroad trail I've hiked on. I will always remember my first! Overall, the condition is excellent, the views are awesome (guy stuff if you like quarries) and piece & quiet are so inner, self- healing.

During the winter hike, the temp was rather cold, but right across from the Cop Shop / Fire Station in Lannon is Mibb's & Viv's. Friday fish fries are very good, reasonably priced and so are the Margaritas. YUM.

Started this trek in July 2017 and finally finished on Dec 23, 2017. Actually walked more than double the estimated miles because I was leap-frogging the parked car. Also, the drive became further as I progressed north. Weather played a big concern. The last day was brutal. At least 20-25 mph with nw winds and temps in the low to mid teens if that much.

Good thing I was wearing my USAF Arctic parka and long underwear, scarf and ski mittens.

Overall, the trek was sort of worth it. There were beautiful sections down south but as I walked parallel to 145 into Kewaskum, the stink of diesel, gas and CO plus noise was terrible.

hiking
1 month 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!

Nice hike on cold winter day. Some very steep sections that are slippery with snow or damp conditions. Great views.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice trail through the forest. Amazing colors in fall.

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