MARCH 25, 2023
These paths are the most well-known in Wisconsin because of the stunning views they provide, but that alone is reason enough.
It is mostly shaded by hardwood and pine trees, is narrow, rocky, and sandy in certain places.
It is a few kilometers from La Pointe, Madeline Island's main tourist attraction, and is where numerous bald eagles nest.
The 100-mile Oak Leaf Trail in Milwaukee County and a number of additional paths are connected by the Hank Aaron Trail.
It offers access to more city parks as well as ten miles of hiking and multi-use paths.
It serves as the focal point of the same-named, 220-acre county park.
Quincy Bluff is distinctive because it has both oak and pine barrens.