Explore the most popular 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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road biking
16 hours ago

It's not a destination trail... but if you are visiting elderly parents in the Oconomowoc area and need some exercise this has you covered. Take a backpack and bring home yarn from Delafield!
It made my legs burn a couple of times and it was interesting to find out exactly where it went.

Great place for hiking and the overlooks are fantastic. You can get some nice views on Porky Point, very close to the east parking lot. The grand views are on the south hill along Toad Road, Clarence, and South Point.

mountain biking
1 day ago

It is interesting how only 2 reviews can skew a rating just because someone ran into horse flies! This is a hidden gem with fantastic single track Trails for mountain biking and great cross-country skiing in the winter time. But please do not tell anyone else.

3 days ago

Great for running hiking or skiing!

Attempted to hike the Quarry Trail, but no markings until past the observation tower, after following the red trail for about a mile. Used the downloaded map to follow the red trail. Hike was still great - hilly and varied elevation. Would consider this more of a moderate trail.

For those looking to get to the trail, at the parking lot near the concession stand, walk south to the observation deck facing south side. The blue trail runs just in front of this observation deck. Follow this to the red trail. You’ll then see markings for the quarry trail.

road biking
3 days ago

A well maintained, wide, flat, smooth trail for biking or walking. The description above is inaccurate, however. The trail is 52 miles long, flat and EASY (it's a former rail corridor, with never more than 3% grade.). See the State DNR's accurate description here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/glacialdrumlin/

3 days ago

Overall beautiful location. Trails are marked okay there are a lot of off trails to make this much longer if you wish. I actually went 3.8, probably could have got four and a half out of it. Really no chance of getting seriously lost.

Great easy hike. Check out the springs.

The topo information listed here is incorrect. *Definitely* not a 65 mile trail - maybe 3 miles total, and only a few hills with a gradual climb, no steep hills. The only strenuous climb would be the observation tower. This is an easy hike, great for kids. Dogs are allowed if leashed.
Be aware that there are no restrooms available when the nature center is closed, which means all weekend.
We went on a spring day when it had rained a ton, so it was muddy but still a great walk. We saw more birds than expected - robins, a zillion redwing blackbirds, lots of swallows and even a bittern on the pond. The lookout tower is a great spot. If a bathroom and water had been available, this would have been a five-star family walk.


This would be a cool MTB trail if I had mine, you will stir up some deer on the walk and see plenty of birds along the way.

beautiful park with well groomed and well marked trails

One of my favorites! My kids love it and love to have picnics on the benches! Would be a 5 if it was longer and the trial was wider. If there are bikes it gets crowded, and the gravel makes a bumpy ride in the bike trailer.

really nice, lots of fresh animal tracks. very cool

9 days ago

great place. took my youngest boy and our 2 Aussies on some of the trails last night after the dog show to let them unwind q bit. Trails ranged from wide packed trails to your basic deer trail through the woods. Had a great hike

10 days ago

Easy uphill trail that ends with a beautiful view of the Wisconsin farm land at the top! Perfect picnic spot. Would recommend bug spray if you visit during summer months.

10 days ago

We hiked this trail with 15 women from adventuremamas and Wisconsin women trial adventures beginning of spring, it took us 8.5hrs with bathroom breaks and lunch, we went anti-clockwise and planned to hike 3 miles an hour, it's a beautiful challenging hike, be prepared and have fun when you decide to do it, we all parked at the state park. We got lucky with the weather it was 40 degrees and cloudy all the way if you plan to go in the summer start at the sunrise time.

nice trails, cool barn, and well shaded. I like the hills and it's fun for bikes as well!


10 days ago

The trail is well marked in the locations least needed. Lots of forks with no markings so determining your path is difficult. Highway noise is constant so don’t expect a quiet hike. Lots of up and down hills which makes this moderate. Cute creek towards the end. If I was a local I’d use this for running.

Beautiful views and not too crowded. Definitely a easy/moderate as there are clear paths and stone steps. It’s only strenuous if you take advantage of the many little side paths that require a little climbing. If you don’t do these it’s nothing special.
You get a bit of everything in this hike, with some nice height and view of the valley at the summit, some serene woods, some river access to cool your feet, and a few rock faces for experienced climbers with equipment.

Too many potheads.

11 days ago

Gorgeous view, great photo op, and fun!

11 days ago

Fun and gorgeous. Lots of bluffs to have a great view of the lake from. Dog friendly if on a leash. Nice beach. Seen quite a few people with kayak’s and paddle boards, this is a no wake boating allowed. Trails are awesome. Their are few rock structures like “devils doorway” that are great photo ops. Camping is available. Highly recommend!!

Nice short hike. Go after a big rain.

13 days ago

Rockport Park has 4 loops of varying difficulty. Hikers, bikers, and dogs all coexist easily on the wide main trails, which are mostly cut-grass, dirt, and gravel. The trail system is accessible from two locations off Rockport Road, and one location off of Highway D, with a parking lot at each trailhead.

A bit worn, muddy, and in need of restoring. But yet a great hike close to home.

14 days ago

I was out yesterday. It’s about 3 miles from just north of Ripon (Co. E & Locust) to Vines & Rushes. The fair amount of traffic on E which parallels the trail along this stretch was a bit distracting but it was good to get out and move. Only saw 4 other people.

15 days ago

pleasant hike, easy enough for a beginner like myself, great views of the lake, additional trails and paths through the park

Little spongy. Yet a beautiful trek! Ospreys, wild turkey, lots of other birds and critter sightings.

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