10 Best Hiking Trails in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Southeastern Wisconsin is a nature-lovers paradise.  With so many parks, preserves, and trails in the area, it can be hard to know where to start.

10 Best Hiking Trails in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

These hikes are great at any time of the year, and some are harder than others. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has a variety of hiking trails with different views, lengths, and difficulty levels.

The 116-mile trail circles around the city of Milwaukee, offering something for all levels of adventures!  The Oak Leaf Trail has many paved paths for leisurely strolls accessible by wheelchairs, strollers, and bicycles.

Oak Leaf Trail

Parnell Tower Loop, Kettle Moraine State Forest 

The Kettle Moraine State Forest is home to 132 miles of trails to venture.

Hank Aaron State Trail

The trail was named in honor of Milwaukee’s famous baseball player Hank Aaron, which is fitting as part of the trail passes by Miller Park and ends at Blue Mound Road in Elm Grove. Many more beautiful views, pine trees, native grasses, and migratory birds. can be seen along the 13.5-mile trail.

Milwaukee hikers find out quickly how the Milwaukee Lakefront Trail gets its name.  This 5.9-mile lakefront loop has incredible views of Lake Michigan from the city.

Milwaukee Lakefront Trail 

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