Lake Country Recreation Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

An 8-mile, multi-use, non-motorized, recreation trail that parallels I-94 between Waukesha and Delafield (North of Delafield & I-94 on Golf Rd.).


Open to hikers, bikers, joggers and dogs on a leash, with breath-taking views of Pewaukee and Nagawicka Lakes. The 8-foot wide limestone chip trail is located primarily on the old WEPCO electric railway right-of-way. The trail offers many opportunities to view wetlands, hardwood forest, lakes and rivers. Parking and trail access is available at the Landsberg Center in Waukesha, Naga-Waukee Park and Cushing Park in Delafield. There is no trail fee.

Contact: Waukesha County Park & Planning Department, (262) 548-7790 or Delafield Area Chamber of Commerce, (262) 548-7801.



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