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Lumberjack and Escanaba Trails

An 11-mile trail system around White Sand and Escanaba Lakes. Habitat types include forest, wetlands, lakes and a river.

Directions: There are two trailheads on the Lumberjack Trail. West Trailhead: From Boulder Junction travel southeast one mile on Old K Road, then east on Concora Road to the trailhead. East Trailhead: From Boulder Junction travel south 2 miles on Cty. M, then east 4 miles on Cty. K to the trailhead just past Nixon Lake Road. There are graveled/grass parking areas at both trailheads.

Gazetteer: Page 97, D-8 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 29, F-6 (10th edition).

Lumberjack and Escanaba Trails map

Amenities: Gravel trails and boardwalks.

Restrictions: Pets on leashes.

Phone: 715/385-2400 (US Forest Service).

Web site: Lumberjack and Escanaba Trails

Signature species: Ruffed Grouse, Woodcock, and Bald Eagles.

Admission: A state vehicle parking sticker is required for parking.

Hours: 24/7.

Nearest food & lodging: Boulder Junction, 2-5 miles northwest.