Frog Lake and Pines Trails
Distance:
0.3 - 1.1 miles
Duration:
0.5 - 1 hours
Difficulty:
Easy
Wilderness:

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Trail Color Distance
 River Trail 0.8 miles
 Lake Trail 0.3 miles



Overview

Amenities: No facilites. 

Trail Type: Trails are single-track to the Manitowish River and double-track to Frog Lake.

Fee: No fee.

Additional Information: Dogs must be on a leash. 

Visit the official Frog Lake and Pines  DNR page.


The Trailhead is located 0.6 miles south of Highway 51 on Highway 47/182.



The Frog Lake and Pines State Natural Area offers the visitor an off-the-beaten-path Northwoods experience. After traveling a few yards past the parking area, a left turn will take you to Frog Lake and a right turn will take you to the Manitowish River.  The short path to the 42 acre wilderness lake is wide and easily navigable, unlike the longer path to the river, which is narrow and unmarked. The river path leads you under towering pines and maples, over downed trees, and through patches of blueberries and ferns before bringing you to a hike-in campsite on the riverbank of the Manitowish.  A compass or GPS is advised for this hike.