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Ice Age Trail:Clover Valley

Follow the Ice Age Trail through an old wetland in the Clover Valley State Wildlife Area.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.6 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  The Ice Age Trail travels through the Clover Valley State Wildlife Area-and old wetland with restoration plans. Currently it is home a... more »

Tips:  Signage

The Ice Age Trail is well marked with yellow blazes throughout the Clover Valley segment.

Water

The closest water source is... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Clover Valley Trailhead

The Clover Valley segment begins here and enters the Clover Valley State Wildlife Area. There is a small grassy area with information kios.south of Island Road for parking.

This is an orphaned section of the Ice Age Trail-on road walking is required to connect with adjacent sections of the trail.

The Ice Age Trail: Whitewater Lake connects to... More

2. Spring Brook

The trail crosses a wooden bridge across Spring Brook.

3. Boardwalk

The trail skirts around an old boardwalk.

4. County Line

A post by a small waterway marks the Walworth/Rock county line.

5. County Line Road

The trail intersects County Line Road.

The Ice Age Trail continues on the Storrs Lake Wildlife Area segment which is accessible via a 9.3 mile walk over local roads.

6. Whitewater Lake Trailhead

The southern trailhead of the Ice Age Trail:Whitewater Lake segment.

7. Storrs Lake Road Trailhead

The northern trailhead of Ice Age Trail:Storrs Lake Wildlife Area.

8. Natural Spring

Locals have been coming here regularly to capture the cool, clear water bubbling up from this hand dug well.

9. Whitewater Lake Campground

Public campground part of the Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit.