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.
#1 Blackhawk Memorial Park Campground
This quiet county park on the East Branch Pecatonica River is sure to have an open campsite.
#2 Devil's Lake East Bluff
Sauk City, WI
One of the more strenuous hikes, this trail climbs the rocky bluff to offer sweeping views of Devil’s Lake, notable rock ...
#3 Devil's Lake to Parfrey's Glen
Combing a state park trail and the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, this thru-hike starts with sweeping bluff-top views at ...
#4 Sea Caves
A nearly 2.0-mile hike through the forest of the Apostle Islands National Lake- shore—partly on boardwalk and across a few ...
#5 North Kettle Moraine
Of all the 60-some miles of Ice Age Trail in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, this is the trail segment with the longest ...
#6 Bear Lake Campground
Walk-in campsites add even more lakeside overnighting options here.
#7 Black Hawk Ridge
In July 1832, Fox and Sac warriors led by Chief Black Hawk ambushed pursuing soldiers on the north end of this state property. ...
#8 John Muir Trails
The John Muir Trails, nestled in the heart of the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, are the gem of Wisconsin ...
#9 Ledge County Park Campground
Camp under the tall oaks and maples at this campground that overlooks wildlife-rich Horicon Marsh.
#10 Lake La Grange
Check out an historic pioneer cabin and the remains of a lime kiln before following the southern half of the Blackhawk Segment ...
#11 Elroy-Sparta State Trail
This is an exceptionally beautiful trail with the added interest of three railroad tunnels along the route. Five pleasant ...
#12 High Cliff State Park
High Cliff State Park overlooks Lake Winnebago on its northeast shoreline. High above the water, a massive memorial statue ...
#13 Devil's Lake State Park
Mountain biking at Devil’s Lake State Park takes place high on the East Bluff of this ancient glacial canyon. The park is ...
#14 Lone Rock
Approach an isolated sandstone bluff through a secluded State Natural Area and climb to the top for some long views to the ...
#15 Copper Falls
One of northern Wisconsin’s most beautiful state parks, Copper Falls has two impressive waterfalls where the Bad River meets ...
#16 Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive: Kettle Moraine State Forest
This 115-mile drive follows the Kettle Moraine, a long ridge of forested hills that mark where two great arms of the last ...
#17 The Quarry
The Quarry is, amazingly, the only sanctioned set of off-road bike trails within the Madison city limits. Madison is the ...
#18 Cable Cluster
The Cable Cluster is located at the heart of the CAMBA system. The name Cable is synonymous with great mountain biking, and ...
#19 Wildcat Mountain State Park Campground
Wildcat Mountain is an active camper’s destination.
#20 Buckhorn State Park Campground
Most of the camps here are lakeside walk-in sites!
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