Maps above are not up-to-date. There are just a few minor updates and there is an up-to-date map posted at each trailhead bulletin board and we do try to have copies of map available at bulletin board. Here are the changes: at Hall’s this year, we have changed the colors of the trails to coincide with the cross country ski signs colors to make it less confusing. Just remember that the horse trails are marked with on a white post. You can print off a copy of the trails from this site and make color changes when you arrive. At Bush Lake Flats, we have added water in 2015 an additional Connector trail which adds extra miles.
At Horse Shoe Falls there are additional trails.
The Connector Trail was signed in 2015 and joins Halls Creek Trail system to Bush Lake Flats Trail system, It is 7 miles in lenght. It is on existing logging roads, snowmobile trails and single lane horse trails all on Florence County land.
We ask everyone using the trail system to be respectfull of other trail users,
hunter, fisherman, hikers,ect.
PLEASE clean up after yourself.
Also make sure your FIRE IS DEAD OUT WHEN UNTTENDED.
DOGS must be kept under CONTROL AT ALL TIMES. This is a Wisconsin State Law.
SUGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENTS are always Welcome and may be directed to any of the N.S.C. Officers or Members.
THANK YOU AND HAPPY TRAILS
WARNING- Yellow Trail on the Hall's Creek Map is not for beginner riders, there is Difficult Terrain, water Crossing For experience riders.
Trails are well marked with white carnite post signs with horse on rider and color-coordinated. do not follow the x-country ski signs they are winter time only, please print off maps before your trip.
Trails at times may be comprised by logging, check out trailhead bulletin boards before leaving on trails.
All trailheads have rustic camping.
Hall's does have a out house and Lake water is at your own risk.
All trailheads have picnic tables and firerings.
You can use portable fencing.
See FAQ and Information Page.
NOTE -The NSC encourages members to carry a hand saw and clear dead downfall if you come across any on the trails. A folding hand saw’s can be easily carried in a cantle/saddle bag or tied to a saddle.
Camping is FREE at Halls & Bush Lake Flat in Florence County, but Horse Shoe Falls requires a Marinette County Park Permit which is available at local businesses. See FAQ & Information Page.
Become a Club Member or make a donation at trailheads for
additional trail /camping improvements .
The Wisconsin State Horse Council Trail Grant Program has donated thousands of dollars to establish these beautiful trails and camping areas along with many volunteer hours and
Florence and Marinette County Support.