Best Trails of Wisconsin

This list represents the most popular trails in Wisconsin. Use this list to plan your next Wisconsin outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Mountain biking at Devil’s Lake State Park takes place high on the East Bluff of this ...
This quiet county park on the East Branch Pecatonica River is sure to have an open ca ...
Combing a state park trail and the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, this thru-hike starts ...
A nearly 2.0-mile hike through the forest of the Apostle Islands National Lake- shore—partly ...
Of all the 60-some miles of Ice Age Trail in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, this is ...
Walk-in campsites add even more lakeside overnighting options here.
In July 1832, Fox and Sac warriors led by Chief Black Hawk ambushed pursuing soldiers ...
The John Muir Trails, nestled in the heart of the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine ...
Camp under the tall oaks and maples at this campground that overlooks wildlife-rich Horicon ...
Check out an historic pioneer cabin and the remains of a lime kiln before following the ...
This 115-mile drive follows the Kettle Moraine, a long ridge of forested hills that mark ...
High Cliff State Park overlooks Lake Winnebago on its northeast shoreline. High above ...
Approach an isolated sandstone bluff through a secluded State Natural Area and climb to ...
One of northern Wisconsin’s most beautiful state parks, Copper Falls has two impressive ...
The Quarry is, amazingly, the only sanctioned set of off-road bike trails within the Madison ...
The Cable Cluster is located at the heart of the CAMBA system. The name Cable is synonymous ...
Parking is best and pretty cheap at the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) near Veterans Park, ...
Wildcat Mountain is an active camper’s destination.
Most of the camps here are lakeside walk-in sites!
The Escanaba Trails are yet another set of north woods mountain bike trails near the small ...
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