Wisconsin's Elkhart Lake

2012 Guide for Visitors

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23 Recreational Trails Elkhart Lake's proximity to the Kettle Moraine State Forest and its glacially formed hills and valleys make it a popular destination for hikers, bikers and cross-country skiers. Ice Age Trail LaBudde Creek Segment The Ice Age Trail is a foot path pri- marily for hiking and snow-shoeing. It includes Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest, LaBudde Creek State Fishery Area, Sheboygan Marsh Park, Crystal and Elkhart Lake, Sheboygan and Mullet rivers and Glenbeulah. For details visit www.iceagetrail.org. Old Plank Road Trail This popular 17-mile trail accommodates bicyclists, runners, walkers, in-line skaters, horseback riders, moped users, nordic skiers, and snowmobilers on 10 feet of asphalt and 8 feet of turf. The trail parallels State Hwy 23 from Sheboygan to the Kettle Moraine State Forest. For details visit www.co.sheboygan.wi.us. Fitness Trail & Bicycle Tour Just north of the Village of Elkhart Lake on State Highway 67 is the fitness trail at June Vollrath Park. A circular back road bike tour runs from Elkhart Lake to Kiel and back. For a detailed map, see http://www.travel wisconsin.com/item_detail/Elkhart_Lake_to_Kiel_Bicycle_Tour.aspx Elkhart Lake—A Legendary Getaway A fitness trail sponsored by J.L. French is open to the public at June Vollrath Park - just north on Hwy 67.

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