Ahnapee State Park Trail

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This information is a public record of the 1975 NRT application and may be out of date if it has not been updated by a trail manager --
check with the trail manager for updated details before visiting.

Ahnapee State Park Trail

City, Town, or County Rail Trail
  • Length
    12 miles
  • Elevation Gain
    --
  • Route Type
    out & back
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Location: Trail end points: S. Lansing Ave. and Green Bay Road (Sturgeon Bay) and Main St. and Willow St. (Luxemburg) or Miller St. and Milwaukee St. (Kewaunee)

  • States: Wisconsin

The Ahnapee State Trail in northeast Wisconsin provides a scenic 45-mile journey between Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee, featuring a tour of water bodies along the Door Peninsula. It also overlaps two sections of the Ice Age Trail (totaling about 17 miles): from Kewaunee to just shy of Luxemburg, and from Algoma on the shores of Lake Michigan to Sturgeon Bay. The Ice Age Trail is a 1,200-mile hiking route across the state and a National Scenic Trail.

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Allowed Uses:

Bicycling Dogs, on leash Equestrian Hiking/Walking Motorized vehicles, snowmobiling Snow, cross-country skiing

Other Activities

  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Snow, snow play general

Public Contact

George Piney
Door County Parks
3418 Park Dr.
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
(920) 743-3636

Contact the trail manager for current maps and visiting details.

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  • Part of a Trail System? No
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  • Tread Width (average): 120"
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  • Certified as an NRT
    Jun 23, 1975
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