Follow the Ice Age Trail through the many parks of downtown Hartland, WI. This section features mostly paved trail connecting the Bark River Greenway and many parks through Hartland, WI. It features the Wisconsin Conservationists' Hall of Fame-three commemorative sites to Wisconsin's famous conservationists.
This complete and detailed guide covers the Hartland segment of the Ice Age Trail and all it's access points, trailheads, parking, connecting trails, communities, parks, preserves, and facilities. This guide contains almost 30 points of interest for the trail, viewable via your browser at home, or on the fly trailside via your mobile phone.
The Ice Age Trail is a thousand-mile footpath highlighting the remnants left behind by glaciers during the last ice age over 12,000 years ago. Designated as a National Scenic Trail, the Ice Age trail follows the terminal moraine of the last glaciation throughout Wisconsin providing some of the world's best examples of glacial formations such as kettles, moraines, and drumlins.
Parking is available at POIs 1, 18, 21, 27, and virtually anywhere on the street through this urban section.
The Ice Age Trail:Hartland segment begins at Centennial Park. The trail follows a paved pathway south through Centennial Park. There are some playfields, playground, and plenty of parking. There is no water or restroom.
This trailhead connects to the Ice Age Trail:Merton segment.
The trail turns west on Haight Drive and heads south immediately after crossing the Bark River. The trail leaves Haight Drive and follows the Bark River south next to the Hartland Public Library and the Village of Hartland offices.
The trail leaves the road and enters the woods on a footpath at the west end of Fairway Court. The trail continues down a slope to join a dual-track blazed gravel path along the Nagawaukee Golf Course before it joins the Lake County Trail. Take the Lake County Trail west across STH-83 to the Nagawaukee Park-n-Ride.