Explore the most popular nature trips 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.

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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.

hiking
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.

hiking
4 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.

16 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.

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

hiking
24 days ago

Easy fun hike!

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.

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

Nice trail through the forest. Amazing colors in fall.

Great spot for photography.

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

This is one of my favorite trails. Rolling hills, great prairie views, wooded areas. Super mix for trial hiking or running.

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.

1 month ago

Easy trail. Beautiful with the snow.

1 month ago

Awesome views

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