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Ice Age Trail:Delafield

Follow the Ice Age Trail through Delafield from STH-83 to Lapham Peak State Park on N Cushing Park Road.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 3.3 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
Family Friendly

Overview :  The Ice Age Trail is a thousand-mile footpath highlighting the remnants left behind by glaciers during the last ice age over 12,000... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Nagawaukee Park & Ride

The Ice Age Trail Delafield segment begins at the Nagawaukee Park & Ride on STH 83 just north of I-94.

Ample parking is available here, as well as access to the Ice Age Trail, which follows the Lake country Recreational Trail rail-trail into Delafield.

Water, restrooms, and camping are close by at Nagawaukee County Park.

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2. Nagawaukee County Park Spur

A paved path leads into Nagawaukee County Park.

The park has camping, restrooms, water, parking, beach, and picnic areas.

3. North Lapham Park Road

The Ice Age Trail/Lake Country Recreational Trail crosses North Lapham Park Road.

The Ice Age Trail/Lake Country Recreational Trail terminates into Wells Street.

The Ice Age Trail continues west on Wells Street.

5. Hawks Inn

This historic inn built in 1846 of hand-hewn timbers and hand made nails was a popular stop for stagecoaches traveling between Milwaukee and Madison.

6. CTH C/Main St.

Wells St. intersects CTH-C/Main St. at Fish Hatchery Park.

Fish Hatchery park has parking and portable toilets.

The Ice Age Trail/Lake Country Recreatinal Trail continues west on a paved path on the North side of CTH-C/Main St.

7. North Cushing Park Road

The Ice Age Trail/Lake Country Recreational Trail intersects North Cushing Park Road.

The Ice Age Trail follows North Cushing Park road south.

Following North Cushing Park road north leads to parking and water at Cushing Memorial Park.

8. I-94 Underpass

The Ice Age Trail ducks under I-94 via a paved underpass.

9. Lapham Peak State park

The Ice Age Trail Delafield segment ends where the trail enters Lapham Peak State Park on the east side of Cushing Park Rd.

Parking is available at a small parking lot. The next closest parking would be a Cushing Memorial Park just up Cushing Park Rd.

10. Cushing Memorial Park

Cushing Memorial Park has water, restrooms, parking, a playground, and access to Wisconsin's Veteran's Memorial Riverwalk.

11. Nagawaukee County Park Main Entrance

Nagawaukee County Park is on STH-83 just north of I-94.

The park has camping, restrooms, water, parking, a beach, and picnic areas as well as access to the Ice Age Trail/Lake Country Recreational Trail.