Devil’s Lake has over 29 miles of trails for any skill level including amazingly scenic sections of the national Ice Age trail. Trails vary in difficulty from easy to quite challenging. Not all trails are surfaced. Steep climbs or descents and stairways may be encountered. Use caution when on the steep bluffs or near cliffs. Stay well away from cliffs and watch small children closely. There is a 1-mile interpretive nature trail and 1.5 miles of trail that are accessible for people with disabilities. The “Trail Descriptions” link below will offer more information on individual trials.
Park trails are not maintained for winter hiking. Winter Use areas maps are available at the park office.
Bicycles are allowed only on the Uplands loop and the connector trail between the Steinke Basin loop and the North Shore Picnic Area.
- Park Trail Map
- Trail Details & Descriptions
- Commercial Off-Trail Guided Hikes (Leave this site)
- More Natural Areas – (Nearby hiking opportunities outside the park.)
- About Deer Ticks
– Help us control the spread of Garlic Mustard! Brush off your shoes when entering or leaving marked trails!