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National Trails Day: Family Hike Along the Greenwood Segment – Waushara County Chapter

June 4 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

National Trails Day hike, Greenwood Segment, Waushara County Chapter

An Adventure is Meant to be Shared!

Lace up your hiking boots and gather your family and friends. Join fellow hikers, in celebration of National Trails Day, for a hike along the Greenwood Segment as it travels through the Greenwood State Wildlife Area.

The Hike:

Meander along the rolling terrain of the Greenwood Segment through savanna, grasslands, and prairie to the Pine Tree Point. From there, you’ll enjoy a panoramic view of an open prairie edged by oak savanna, while relaxing on a beautifully crafted log bench.

Event Details:

Bring the whole family and enjoy this free, self-guided hike. Walk at your own pace or as a group, including our four-legged friends (please keep your dogs leashed). Participants may use this hike’s mileage toward their Walk-the-Waush goal. In case of inclement weather, the hike will be canceled. All participants will receive a 2022 National Park Service Bandana, while supplies last.

What to Bring:

Hiking boots are ideal although tennis shoes can work, too. Dress in layers to accommodate Wisconsin’s weather. Bring a filled water bottle, insect repellant, and a lawn chair for relaxing in after the hike.


We’ll meet at the Greenwood Segment parking lot located on Brown Deer Court. From County Road C, take County Road GG to the first right which is Brown Deer Court. Follow the yellow Ice Age Trail Event signs.  Google Map Directions hereTrailhead in Hiker Resource Map here.


Contact: Jenny Addis, Chapter Coordinator, (call: 715-802-3456, email: [email protected])

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June 4
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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