Nashotah Park

Nashotah, WI
Length: Varies
Type: Loop

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Nashotah Park, one of the eight Waukesha County Parks, is an excellent place to explore trails. The main features of this park are the extensive trail system and enclosed dog exercise areas; in fact this is one of the most dog friendly parks in the area! The trails, none of which are paved, offer a fantastic variety of terrain and vegetation to view. There are two small lakes that can be viewed from the hiking trails.

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Trail Features

Seasons Fall, Spring, Summer, and Winter
Surface type Dirt
Carrier needed Yes
Stroller friendly No
ADA accessible No
Water fountains Yes
Bathrooms No
Cell reception Excellent
Pet friendly Yes
Nearby convenience store Yes
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles

Trail highlights

Lake, Mud Puddles, Picnic Area, Shaded Hike, Shelter, and Wildlife Viewing

The 3.3 mile yellow trail is actually in a figure eight from picnic area 2, so that’s a great longer hike to attempt with kids as there’s a chance to duck out midway through. The one mile red trail is super hilly and very fun for young explorers! Starting from picnic area 1, the purple trail is surrounded by gorgeous tall pines.

Fee & Parking Details

Fee : $5.00

Bring $5 exact cash to enter or use an annual Waukesha County Parks sticker

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About The Guide

Hike it Baby Family Trail Guide is an online resource to help families with children source trails that little legs can hike and parents can feel comfortable with. Hike details are sourced and have been hiked by families who participate in our community. Our contributors do their best to give you all the details they can, but if something is missed, you can reach out to the contributor and offer suggestions for them to add to make it a better trail description for all. This guide was built with a generous 3-year partnership with L.L Bean. Like Hike it Baby, L.L Bean believes that helping get families into nature from birth on is key to healthier, happier communities.