Preserves & Trails
Guidelines for Preserves & Trails
Guidelines for keeping CLCF trails safe and well-maintained for all to enjoy.
Fox Hill Nature Preserve
This Preserve contains over 128 acres of distinctive Kettle Moraine topography. Come enjoy 5 miles of hiking, snowshoeing, and X-country ski trails!
This 37-acre property serves as the trailhead for the West Bend Segment of the Ice Age Trail. Lockman contains the first mile of this 6.4 mile segment that meanders through rolling hills and woods.
Joan M. Pick Nature Preserve
Home of CLCF’s headquarters, this 53-acre preserve contains an exquisite prairie teeming with native plant and wildlife species and over 1 mile of hiking trails.
The Polk Kames property contains 448-acres and includes a diverse landscape of habitat types and moraine topography. Polk Kames is home to the Cedar Lakes Segment of the Ice Age Trail, a 3.6-mile loop trail starts from the parking area off of County HWY NN.
This 98-acre property with 3.5 miles of trails integrates working farmland with conservation, complete with no-till practices wooded edges and views of Big Cedar Lake.
The nearly 25-acre Thoma Preserve lies just north of Ackerman’s Grove County Park and contains 1.5 miles of trails through coniferous forest and meadowland.