Developed in 1986, the Glacial Drumlin State Trail is one of Wisconsins best bicycle trails. Starting in Cottage Grove, the trail goes east for 52 miles where it connects with other trails in the Fox River Sanctuary in Waukesha.
Hoyt park trail is a 2.5 mile trail located near Milwaukee, Wisconsin that features a river. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, mountain biking & trail running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
More than 600 miles of trail are completed in 30 counties across Wisconsin. The completed sections of the Ice Age Trail are connected by roadways and other temporary routes, so you can spend a day exploring a segment of the trail or thru-hike the entire length, more than 1,000 miles.
Indian Lake Park Trail is a 4.5 mile loop trail located near Cross Plains, Wisconsin that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
The Interurban trail, once part of an old railway, winds through rural and urban settings connecting several communities throughout its 30 paved miles. Its website states the trail is intended for year round uses, such as biking, in-line skating, walking, running and cross-country skiing.
The Lake Country Recreation Trail is a Waukesha County trail that runs east to west from Waukesha to Oconomowoc. It is partially on an old railroad ROW, so it is relatively flat, though there are a few good hills in the middle section. The trail is completely paved, and shares a few public roads.
Great trails through a variety of vegetation, hardwoods, pine plantations, open meadows, and kettle moraine terrain. There are six different trails of varying lengths and degrees of difficulty, providing great hiking or skiing for all levels of ability. A shelter, toilets & parking available.
Oak Leaf Trail is the jewel in the crown of Milwaukee County's extensive trail system. The trail meanders more than 100 miles in and around the city of Milwaukee on a changing terrain of flat rural plains and hilly city streets.