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Hartman Creek State ParkTrail descriptions

Biking Bike trails

There are about 12 miles of off-road biking trails in the park which are combination hiking/biking segments. A 6-mile segment is all singletrack and was completed by a local bike club, Cronies. These trails are not paved. Bikers age 16 and older must have a daily or annual state trail pass to use trails within the park. Singletrack Bike Trail map [PDF].

Hiking Deer Path Trail

The Deer Path Trail, a 1-mile loop trail around Allen Lake, is especially scenic, offering a wonderful view of wildlife and the springs that supply all of the water to this lake.

Hiking Dike Trail

The Dike Trail is 1-mile long and crosses a narrow strip of land between Mid and Hartman lakes.

Hiking Ice Age Trail Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Hartman Creek State Park includes 3 miles of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, crossing through Waupaca and Portage counties. The trail winds north-south through the western end of the park and adjacent Emmons Creek Fish and Wildlife Area. It's marked with yellow paint blazes and signs. The segment of trail in the wildlife area is closed to hikers during the deer gun season and blaze orange clothing is recommended during other hunting seasons.

Hiking Oak Ridge Trail System

The most extensive hiking trail is the Oak Ridge System, 4.87 miles total.

Hiking Pope Lake Trail

Pope Lake Trail (1 mile) circles a pine plantation and is relatively flat.

Hiking Windfeldt Trail

The Windfeldt Trail is about 2 miles long and more open, going through parts of old orchard area and oak forest.

Cross-country skiing Snowshoeing Winter Trails

In winter, 6 miles of trails are available for cross-country skiing and 3.5 miles are available for snowshoeing. Winter trail map [PDF].

Last revised: Thursday January 28 2016