Apostle Island National Lakeshore
Apostle Island National Lakeshore


Trails on 21 Aposle Islands and 12 miles of mainland shore line. 415 Washington Ave, Bayfield WI 54814, 715-779-3397
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Big Bay State Park
Big Bay State Park


Big Bay State Park is a state park of Wisconsin, United States, on Madeline Island, the largest of 22 Apostle Islands in Lake Superior. The 2,350-acre park has picturesque sandstone bluffs and caves and a 1.5-mile-long sand beach. (715) 747-6425, 2402 Hagen Rd, La Pointe, WI 54850
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Morgan Falls, St Peter's Dome, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest,
Morgan Falls, St Peter's Dome, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest,


This recreation area features two popular trails - one leading to the 70-foot high Morgan Falls and the other to a scenic overlook at the top of St. Peter's Dome. The trail to Morgan Falls features an accessible trail with boardwalk and bridge that is nearly .75 miles one-way. The area was devastated during the 2016 flood event which washed out the parking area and a majority of the trail. The parking area was moved to a more sustainable location and the trail has been rebuilt to withstand future rain events. Minor construction will be occurring during the spring of 2019. A vault toilet is located in the parking lot. The trail to St. Peter's Dome is nearly 2 miles one-way and is fairly rugged with exposed rocks and steep slopes. From the top, is a breathtaking view of Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. There is a $5 day use pass for this recreation site. The Forest also has an annual pass available for $30. To learn more visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/cnnf/passes-permits/recreation.
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Mountain Biking, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Mountain Biking, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest


The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest provides a wide variety of mountain biking opportunities ranging from well-maintained and signed loops to more challenging cross-country travel. Besides Wilderness Areas and specifically designated hiker-only trails (including the North Country National Scenic Trail and Ice Age Trail), the entire National Forest is open to mountain bikes. This includes closed, gated and blocked roads unless the road is specifically closed to bicycles. Many of the designated mountain bike trails are also open to other uses including, motor vehicle travel, ATV's, ORV's, snowmobiles, hikers, and horses so please be careful and share the trail. Mountain bike trails travel through a variety of management areas across the National Forest. These areas are managed for a wide range of multiple use activities including recreation, threatened and endangered species, fish and wildlife, water quality, and wood products. THINGS TO KNOW: To help prevent erosion please stay on the roads and trails. Please do not block any gates. For additional information please visit our Contact Us page. The Washburn Ranger District has established seven different bike routes of various distances. 10:28 Bike Route Fire on the Mountain Bike Route Minglewood Bike Route Morning Dew Bike Route Ramble On Bike Route Shakedown Bike Route Sunshine Daydream Bike Route
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Washburn District, Chequamegon-Nicole National Forest
Washburn District, Chequamegon-Nicole National Forest


Drummond Recreation Trail Drummond Woods Trail Horseshoe Lake Recreation Area Long Lake Recreation Area Perch Lake Recreation Area Rainbow Lake Wilderness Two Lakes Recreation Area Valhalla Recreation Area Wanoka Lake Recreation Area
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Mt Ashwabay
Mt Ashwabay


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