While i usually do not enjoy seeing folks when i hike and explore, it was wonderful to see families and folks of all ages, traversing the paths and enjoying the beautiful fall foliage in Wisconsin! There are a multitude of paths to walk and hike on, with a variety of views and different levels of difficulty. The path we enjoyed was about two miles up and culminated (for us) at Devil's Bluff. The path is worn and the tree debris can make some of the boulder paths very slippery, but a good pair of walking shoes and a good attitude, make the journey fun!
There are some cool spots to belay as well!
if hiking is not for you, there are canoes that may be rented and swimming beaches.
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