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Learn about natural history and Native American history along Bald Bluff Nature Trail.

Experience the Bald Bluff Nature Trail, a historically significant Native American site. During the Blackhawk War in July 1832, U.S. Troops, including statesmen Abraham Lincoln and Zachary Taylor camped near the site in an attempt to locate the elusive Indians.

Directions: From Eagle and Palmyra, WI, The headquarters for the Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest lies midway between Eagle and Palmyra on Hwy. 59. Trail maps are available at the headquarters. Trailhead parking is located off County H.

Distance: 0.5 miles

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Kettle Moraine State Forest-Northern Unit, Wisconsin

Traveler Reviews of Bald Bluff Nature Trail

DaveBrask rates Bald Bluff Nature Trail
This is a nice walk for a nice view. The trail is rocky and steep in places, but my wife and i made it up despite dual knee replacements. A good short trail.
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