Biking & Hiking Trails

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New Berlin Recreation Trail 7-mile asphalt trail in City of New Berlin extends from S. 124th St. at Milwaukee County line to Springdale Road in Waukesha. Eastern terminus connects to the Milwaukee Oak Leaf Trail in Greenfield Park. A connection to the Glacial Drumlin State Trail via city streets in the City of Waukesha is possible. Open to bikers, hikers and joggers.
Lake Country Trail 8-mile crushed limestone trail stretches between the Landsberg Center trailhead (just north of I-94 on Golf Road, west of C.T.H. T) and Cushing Park in the City of Delafield. Open to bikers, hikers and joggers. Intersects with Ice Age Trial just west of Hwy 83.
Bugline Trail 12-mile crushed limestone trail stretching between Appleton Ave. in Menomonee Falls and Main St. in the Village of Merton. The trail is open to bikers, hikers and joggers. Horseback riding and snowmobiling are allowed on designated portions.
Seven Waters Trail 16-mile trial contains asphalt and crushed limestone sections and also utilizes short sections of CTH W south of Rochester and Loomis Rd west of Wind Lake. Full trail stretches between Hwy 142 at Bushnell Park in the Town of Burlington to a trail head near the junction of Hwy 36 and the Waukesha County line.
Muskego Recreational Trails 7-mile trail with a crushed limestone surface in the City of Muskego. Starts near the Waukesha/Milwaukee County line near North Cape Road and continues west to Woods Road near Muskego County Park. Trail continues southwest to Hillendale Drive as the Muskego Equestrian and Recreation Trail. A separate 2-mile southern section parallels HWY 36 from CTY OO to the south end of Big Muskego Lake, very near the Seven Water Trail.
Glacial Drumlin State Trail 52-mile trail starts in the City of Waukesha at the Fox River Sanctuary near the junction of College and Prairie Avenues, and continues west to Cottage Grove in Dane County. The first 12 miles are paved, the remaining miles are mostly crushed limestone. A connection with the New Berlin Recreational trail is possible using city street to the east. (State Trail Pass required.)
Geneva Lake Trail 20.1-mile walk around Geneva Lake’s Shoreline. Access via any public park on the lake.
White River Trail 12-mile trail between Elkhorn and the Walworth/Racine County line. Surface is crushed limestone. Open to hikers, bikers and snowmobiles. Horseback riders welcome on section between Lyons and Springfield. Trailhead parking on CTH H in Elkhorn and eastern terminus at Spring Valley Road. Additional access in town of Lyons. (State Trail Pass required.)
Simmons Woods 1.5-mile trail includes a 800ft handicapped accessible boardwalk through a wetland. Trailhead located on Cecilia Drive just east of the intersection of Hwy 16 and Capitol Drive in Pewaukee.
Ice Age Trail 40+ miles of this thousand-mile national & state scenic trail border the western edge of the watershed. Visit for trail information.
Fox River Trail 6-mile paved trail runs through the City of Waukesha along the Fox River. Starts in Frame Park just south of Hwy 18, and continues south to CTH H in Fox River Park.