Beulah Bog

East Troy, Wisconsin 53120

Beulah Bog

Beulah Bog Professional Review and Guide

"Kettles formed by glacial deposits during the most recent advance of the Ice Age glaciers have turned to bogs, home to a variety of rare plants and some of the most pristine land in this corner of the state.A woodland trail leads to a boardwalk that puts you right in the center of a primeval bog.

Name the least-disturbed natural habitat in this corner of the state and it would have to be bogs. Beulah Bog is a good example of these Ice Age relics; its impressive list of credits includes several rare plants and six carnivorous ones. This wetland also features floating mud flats, a bog lake, and a tamarack forest. Best of all, it has a way to get to the middle, a boardwalk."

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Trail Information

East Troy
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
1
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
30 minutes
Duration
April - October
Season
DNR Kettle Moraine South- ern Forest, S91W39091 Highway 59, Eagle 53118; (262) 594-6200; dnr.wi.gov
Local Contacts
USGS East Troy
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018