- Meet the Teachers
- Previous Visitors
- Family Fun
How do I know where to go?
You can find summer maps by clicking here and winter maps by clicking here, as well as in the Nature Center Building. Maps are also available in the kiosk located just off the road at the entrance to the Nature Center Building. The numbers on the map correspond to marked locations on the trail. Currently these locations are marked with wooden poles that have a number attached to them. Future plans include installing trail maps at each numbered location as well as including on the map a listing of the GPS coordinates of each numbered location.
What types of trails are offered?
- cross country skiing
- biking (non-motorized only)
Our trails are regularly groomed year round. In the summer they are mowed and brush is trimmed back where needed. In the winter they are groomed for either cross country skiing or for snowmobiling
What does it cost to use the trails?
For hiking, non-members are required to pay $3 per individual and $8 per family (3+) per day. For skiing, non-members are required to pay $4 per individual and $10 per family (3+) per day. For horseback riding, non-members are required to pay $5 per horse per day.The trails are based on the honor system.Drop boxes for donations are located on the trails. Remember, if you are member the trails are free for you to enjoy. To become a member, click here.
Remember...respect the trails
- Stay on the trail(s) designated for your particular activity.
- Don't litter. if you pack it in, please pack it out!
- Leave the leaves, flowers, etc. alone so they are there for the next person to enjoy.
- Report any trail violations or problems by calling (218) 945-3136.