High Cliff State Park Horseback Riding
The 21st most popular equestrian trail in Wisconsin.
Saturday 23 July 2016 05:20 GMT
Near Sherwood, the High Cliff State Park has a 8.5 mile loop open to horseback riding. High Cliff gets its name from the limestone cliff of the Niagara Escarpment, which parallels the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago.
High Cliff State Park is 9 miles east of Menasha on State Highway 114. (From Menasha, Highway 114 starts as US Highway 10 and branches off to the southeast.) Turn south off Highway 114 at Pigeon Road and go about 1.6 miles to the State Park Road. Turn left (east) on State Park Road to the park entrance.
To reach the park from the south, take US Highway 151 north from Fond du Lac about 18 miles. Continue north on Wisconsin Highway 55 to Sherwood. Turn left (west) on State Highway 55/114. Stay on Highway 114 for about 2 miles to Pigeon Road. Turn left (south) on Pigeon Road and go about 1.6 miles to the State Park Road. Turn left (east) on State Park Road to the park entrance.
Overall, High Cliff State Park is the 21st most popular horse trail of all 24 horseback rides in Wisconsin.