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.

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.

Fun. Great fall hike!

1 day ago

Trail is temporary closed due to maintenance but we still hiked it. Many trees down and is in need of major trail repair. It can be difficult to follow with limited signs and the trail is very narrow and at times not passable but you won't find too many people on it. Overall it's a nice little hike if wanting to get out for a quick hike

Great short walk. Beautiful surroundings. We’re from Seattle just needed a little exercise from traveling.

Very nice and easy trail. Hiked it in the rain and had no issues although the paths that are not covered were very muddy. Not really scenic but the trail itself is great to hike on.

Very easy hike. Falls at the end are great. These falls are similar to Twin Falls locates just outside of Port Wing. Be careful on the way out and make sure you end up on the same trail you walked in on. We ended up on the ATV trail on the way but but fortunately it intersects with the actual trail.

Dogs are allowed in this park.

Great 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.

Beautiful views. Easy 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!

A bit flat and monotonous with scenery mainly inside a forested part of the park. You pass by camp sites, and sometimes go up or down a slight hill.

My old stomping grounds. Get trails. Gentle and rolling hills.

It would have been a nice trail but it was not maintained very well. There were quite a few trees over the trail.

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.

I love this walk! Every time I come up
From GA I have to spend some time on this trail.

Easy trail, beautiful views of Lake Michigan.

I really liked this trail a lot. It is a pretty easy trail with an awesome view at the end. my dog and I really enjoyed it. We will for sure be back to hike it again!

Nice hike. Quietly tucked away. Can be busy on early fall days. View from tower is a great place to catch sunset.

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

1 month 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.

Seriously beautiful views of the cliffs if you venture just off trail. It’s fairly short but heavily rooted so I also wouldn’t call this ‘easy’

1 month ago

Great Kettle Moraine Trail. Mostly mixed hardwood forest. Quite a bit of up and down for Wisconsin. Narrow foot path shared with mountain bikers. Bikes go opposite direction as hikers. One of the more difficult hikes in Wisconsin.

1 month ago

This is a fantastic place to walk. The rides are well marked and there are trail maps at the start. They also run walks, nature activities and bushcraft events. Check them out on Facebook and Meet-up!

1 month ago

This is probably one of my favorites. Family is from central Illinois found this trail on this website and tried it out! Great trails, beautiful view of Lake Michigan. Well mark trails. The parking lot is easy to access and close to the trail. I highly recommend this trail. Kinda muddy in some spots but it has just rained. Also when it did start down pour raining there was so many trees to that sheltered us from the down pour!

Side note: If you have kids that want to swim in the lake there is a part of the trail that takes you there! Take towels :)

1 month ago

hit the east trail down to weeping rock. cool wooded path.

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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