Hiking Trails in Green Lake Wisconsin
The following are the best trails around Green Lake for a morning or afternoon of hiking fun.
Daycholah LookoutLocated at 361 Lake Street (the corner of Lake Street & Illinois Avenue). From this vantage point you’ll see native plantings, a meandering path, memorial benches, and stunning lake views.
Dawson PrairieDawson Prairie encompasses 54 acres of restored land. Mowed trails wind through over 100 species of native grasses and wildflowers, blooming late spring through September. Abundant wildlife including deer, birds and butterflies inhabit the prairie.
Hammer's TrailA .6 mile public trail located within the Assembly Creek and Springs conservancy property built in memory of Brian Hamming. Walk the trail and enjoy its beautiful surroundings as your time permits. See aerial map at the right.
Winnebago Trail ReserveSee map at right, transfer of ownership to the Green Lake Sanitary District will take place in the not too distant future. Signage on the trail will be up once the change in ownership takes place.
Snake Creek Wetlands TrailLocated off St. Marie Road & Swamp Road between Princeton Road and Co Hwy J. Take a leisurely walk through a rare and breathtaking habitat. Trail head stands are located at both entrances. Further information and a map are available at the Chamber Office.
Zobel ParkLocated one mile north on Hwy 49. Enjoy a luxurious hiking experience by walking the mowed trails winding throughout these dramatic woods.