Explore the most popular no dogs 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
2 days ago

One of my favorite trails at this park. It’s challenging with different steps and elevations and the pictures rock cave is very pretty too.

hiking
2 days ago

Very beautiful walk. Easy enough for my 4 and 5 year old to do but long enough that you feel like you accomplished something. Beautiful springs and small falls along the way.

Beautiful hike! Loved the variety of scenery. A perfect fall hike with the colors and NO mosquitoes!

hiking
16 days ago

Great trail loop around the lake, will bring my fishing pole next time,lake is stocked with brook trout, with no boats of any kind allowed it is very tranquil, many spots to stop and enjoy the lake

Nice trail around a small peaceful lake with a waterfall. I did manage to go off trail and we got very muddy but it was likely user error. nice mix of woodchip trails and wooden bridges. Would be great trailrunning practice loop.

Very Beautiful fall trail. Got lucky with weather! Only downside is it wasnt marked very well.

Beautiful view of the falls. It’s an easy hike. I was disappointed to have to leave my dog with my husband while I hiked the trail alone and did the same for him. Rules are rules....even though I saw several people take their dogs and ignore the signs.

There's more trail here then the maps indicate, most of them unmarked and some not very well maintained, with multiple splits. Make sure your phones charged, you don't want to lose GPS if you leave the main trail. Paths were very muddy after recent rain, but the view of the lake from the cliffside at the end was worth it.

1 month ago

Dogs are allowed in this park.

Great trail and fantastic views. Amazing in the fall. The stairs can get slick if it’s rainy, but worth the time to hike.

One of my favorites. Bring waterproof shoes or extra socks. My four year old did great on this trail, there’s lots to climb. Fairly busy but we went on a Saturday afternoon.

It’s fee based area trails.

Nice day for a trail run. A nice mix of grassy and rocky trails, along with moderate elevation changes. My first time on this trail. The only downside is a trail fee of $8 for the day, but not a deal breaker. So, bring a bit of cash or check book. Enjoy!

hiking
1 month ago

Trail has great views of the lake and is mildly rustic. Benches are along the trail only in places that face the lake. Pets are prohibited which I didn't know until I arrived. Due to this, I won't be returning as by doggie is my hiking companion.

Beautiful hike through the forest. Some parts can be challenging, otherwise well worth hiking.

hiking
1 month ago

An easy hike with beautiful views and an old little chapel! Not exactly moderate by any means. Who rates the difficulty anyway? Been around the state parks and Ice Age segments and many difficulty grades are off, at least to my family of hikers and trail runners.

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful! Very well maintained trails with informative signs. There is a wheel chair accessible portion that gives you great views of the falls or you can continue on a loop that allows views of al the Falls. Be aware there are a lot of steps.

slippery wood paths, mud slides, very stinky, buggy, polluted.

nice trails to hike in the green bay area. also it is dog friendly on the trails south of Lineville rd.

hiking
2 months ago

Yesterday, September 14, 2018 there were a huge number of mosquitos, made the hike rather unpleasant, we wore bug spray and nets. Easy hike with an incline toward the end, but not awful, depending on your fitness level. I am 72, had to slow down, even rest a couple of times but it was hot and I had on long sleeves and pants because of the mosquitos. Dogs are not allowed. the view at the end was nice, not spectacular.

2 months ago

Can’t get enough of this trail.

usually only half of this trail is hikeable due to the eastern side being a marsh. flat easy hike, quick to do. different tree landscape to hike through. 100% worth it.

2 months ago

Mosquitoes are fierce at this time of the season. Apply a repellent.

Best trails close to metro area to hike with your dogs. Not as busy as Lapham Peak.

walking
2 months ago

I love this trail! Great for daily/weekly exercise and many peaceful views along the way through Stevens Point and Plover. Many small trails off of it to explore. The Schmeeckle Reserve section is fun for kids to explore as well. Always see deer and they love how tall the cattails are.

beautiful views of Lake Michigan and sand dunes.

I’m gonna argue with the easy rating -those steps are rough! But a fun quick hike. Def busy

hiking
2 months ago

Short but gorgeous. This is one of my favorite hikes, it’s so pretty. Would be an awesome loop for trail running too.

easy path with some excitement stomping through the creek.

Good trail with several loop options. Good for all levels of hikers including kids.

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