Explore the most popular snowshoeing 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
4 days ago

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

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

hiking
1 month ago

Nice trail through the forest. Amazing colors in fall.

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

Went in August. This place has wonderful trails and we took a beautiful hike around the lake. i would recommend it to anyone.

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
1 month ago

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

Hilly and gorgeous in the fall

Lush woods, gorgeous the entire way. The stream and falls were awesome. We hiked it on a 20 degree winter day with fresh snow. Stunning! Not a hard hike.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Excellent trail between the Point Beach State Forest Lodge and Neshota Beach Park in Two Rivers. Great for hiking, biking, and cross country skiing. Forested setting and sand dunes along Lake Michigan. Parts of this trail are collocated with the Ice Age Trail thru Point Beach. A nice pizzeria and bar (Port Sandy Bay) lies along the mid-point of the trail. Connects to several side trails near the Point Beach camp grounds.

Nice trails; not marked terribly well. I ended up on the frisbee golf course, which was sub-optimal. If it wasn’t so close to my house I wouldn’t go back, but it’s good enough to revisit, when considering the proximity.

Beautiful views, but moderate difficulty at most.

Be aware that a portion of the trail map (by the green arrow) is not accurate. The actual trail runs further east. See the photo of the map with the heat overlay I posted.

hiking
3 months ago

Great variety in trials, some lowlands some highlands. Interesting scenery that opens up to large areas of water . Very quite. A great place to walk a dog that loves nature. BUT BEWARE OF THE TICKS

This trail can only be accessed by starting on the Sentinel Ridge Trail or the Old Wagon Road Trail. This trail is seldom used and offers a reprieve from the more crowded areas of the park. The lower elevation portion along the Wisconsin River can get buggy during the spring and summer months. Unless you want a good uphill workout, I recommend hiking the trail from west-to-east, beginning by going down the switchbacks off of the Sentinel Ridge Trail. The incline coming up on the eastern end of the trail (where it connects to the Old Wagon Road Trail) is much more gradual.

Quick stroll & another high point crossed off the list!

Loved the lookout tower!

hiking
4 months ago

We just finished the Wingra Woods portion of the trail with the kids. Pretty easy walking, great scenery, and we even saw some turkeys. I could see the mosquitoes being bad in the summer, but it’s perfect in the fall.

Green Loops is nice and well maintained. Arrived at around 9am on a Saturday and didn't encounter anyone on the trail until we arrived at the beginning of the observation loop. I'd say it is a nice relaxing loop with a couple of easy hills to keep the blood pumping. although the green loop is lightly traffic you never got the feeling you were out on your own since portions of it are lined with camp grounds.

Great mostly wooded trail. Many switchbacks with some rather steep areas. I would rate if difficult for a Wisconsin trail. i did the green loop. Orange loop bypasses the most difficult part of the green loop. nice overlook about halfway through the trail.

trail running
4 months ago

This is an unusual run in that you spend several miles down in the engineered Honey Creek depression. This is a concrete spillway of sorts that I guess is the path of Honey Creek. It's a bit steep getting down and up but nothing too difficult. A few road crossings as well. Something different, give it a go.

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