If you are looking for biking trails take a whirl around the Uplands Loop which connects around 8 miles of biking trails. This trail will take you on a medium effort ride, winding you though fields, brush, and the woods all while taking in the beautiful view of Devil’s Lake itself!
If you are looking for hiking trails you will find over 29 miles of them at Devil’s Lake State park. There are varying difficulties for all the trails even some accessible to people with disabilities. Be careful during the winter, as park trails are not maintained for winter hiking.
For more information on Devil’s Lake State Park visit http://www.devilslakewisconsin.com/activities/
Mirror Lake covers over 2000 acres and is just three miles from Wisconsin Dells. Sandstone bluffs surround half the lake which offers excellent fishing, swimming and canoeing & kayaking. Wooded campsites, picnic areas, a boat landing, and miles of biking, hiking and cross-country ski trails. For more info, visit http://mirrorlakewisconsin.com/
Lake Kegonsa State Park (Stoughton, WI) is famous fishing location features fresh lakes and water activities. One main attraction is The White Oak Nature Trail’s effigy mounds, opening up to the woodlands, prairies, and wetlands in the area. Campers, hikers, and picnickers frolic here year-round. Check out their site at http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/lakekegonsa/
The Capital City State Trail’s asphalt surface is good for bicycling, walking, jogging and in-line skating. This trail is the link around and through Madison between the Military Ridge State Trail and the Glacial Drumlin State Trail. For more information, visit http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/capcity/