Scuppernong Trails

Eagle, Wisconsin 53119

Scuppernong Trails

Scuppernong Trails Professional Review and Guide

"A scenic overlook gives a view for miles, and rolling hills through pine forest will invigorate the spirit. Popular with joggers, these trails offer three levels of difficulty all dependent on inclines.

Not to be confused with Scuppernong Springs Nature Trail, this collection of three forest loops passes across higher ground
than its neighbor. Also, unlike the springs trail, this area has pit toilets and drinking water. The trail doubles as a cross-country ski trail, and the short climbs up and over the roller-coaster terrain make this popular also for cross-country runners."

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"Some of the most scenic and peaceful stretches of woodland can be found on this hike in Kettle Moraine State Forest, with lots of massive pines and other trees along the path. The hiking area, like others in the forest, consists of interlocking paths designated by different colors. The hike follows the trail’s green loop, with the Ice Age Trail cutting across its northeast section. An observation loop takes you to a long view over the surrounding valley.

The southern unit of the forest covers 20,000 acres and stretches 30 miles from the village of Dousman at its northern end to the larger town of Whitewater near the southern end. The forest headquarters, which includes a visitor center with maps and a small museum, is located just west of the town of Eagle. This trail is to the north of Eagle, so it’s easiest to self-pay for your permit at the trailhead. If you pick up your permit at the headquarters, you’ll have to double back to reach the trailhead."

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Trail Information

Eagle
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
5.4
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
1.5 to 2 hours
Duration
Spring, summer, fall
Season
Skiing
Additional Use
USGS Eagle
Local Maps