Winter Trail Conditions:
Updated as of Mar 19.
Fat Tire Bike Trails: Closed.
Ski Trails: Closed.
Hike & Snowshoe Trails: Open, last groomed, 3/18. Fair condition.
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- All trails are regularly groomed
- Trail fee: $6, Kids (under 16): FREE with accompanying paid adult
- Please deposit trail fee in the deposit box at the Trailhead or pay in Clubhouse
- Trailhead is in right corner (after entering) of upper parking lot, between practice green and #1 tee
- Membership: $45. Please call or visit clubhouse for more info
- Dogs are welcome during daylight hours. Please scoop the poop
- Hours: Mon-Fri: Dawn-8pm; Sat-Sun: Dawn-6pm
- If after dusk, no singles or dogs allowed and you must have a headlight. Trails are not lit.
- Please stay on groomed trails and stay 30′ from flag sticks, to preserve the greens
- Bar and Grill open 10am weekdays, 9am weekends
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Fat Tire Bikes – $30 first hour | $10 each additional | trail fee not included
- 1 Small Bike – for heights 5′-5’7″
- 2 Medium Bikes – for heights 5’4″-5’10”
- 1 Large Bike – for heights 5’10” +
- Reserve online or by calling 920-336-6204
- The greens fees booking engine is used for renting bikes
- Select Fat Tire Small/Medium/Large in the left most drop down box in the blue bar
- To reserve 2 medium bikes, select 2 players in the 4th drop down box in the blue bar
Snowshoe equipment – $5 | trail fee not included
- Reservations can be made by calling 920-336-6204
- Adult and Junior sizes
FAT TIRE BIKE TRAILS
All Fat Tire Bike trails are regularly groomed and well maintained.
Take the Beginning Bike Trail from the Trailhead, (on the right) to the covered bridge. After the bridge, they split and are marked with colored stakes corresponding to the map.
Training Wheels (Easy) 1 Mi. Marked with Green Signs and Stakes. Training Wheels is a great warm up trail and beginning route. Winding through mature spruces and cedars, take note of the gazebo and stone arch bridge along the way.
On Par (Intermediate) 1.85 Mi. Marked with Yellow Signs and Stakes. On Par begins through the covered bridge and winds through maturing tree plantings. The trail continues around old farm buildings and flows along mature trees. Nice rolling hills throughout make for a great ride.
The Extra Mile (Intermediate) .86 Mi. Marked with Orange Signs and Stakes. Take this trail from On Par if you’re ready to go, “The Extra Mile” and you won’t regret it. There’s stone bridges, prairies and woodlands to explore as you traverse the land. No need to worry, the twist and turns will lead you back to where you started at On Par. Enjoy!
Red Rider (Expert) 1.9 Mi. Marked with Red Signs and Stakes. Red Rider begins straight through the covered bridge and winds through trees. Mostly an uphill climb for the first half, the trail makes a turn and begins mostly downhill run skirting a wooded gully. The trail then winds to the downhill slope into the mature woods where there’s an extra loop with sweeping views. A bridge brings you across Sand Creek then continues to a split in the trail where you may choose to take the alternate Cruncher Trail. Stay left at this intersection if you wish to continue to On Par or the back to the trailhead.
Cruncher (Alternate Expert) .35 Mi. Cruncher is a fun alternate routing to the Red Rider Trail. The trail sweeps below the covered bridge and back across Sand Creek. The trail derives its name from the steep climb back to Red Rider trail.
All ski trails are regularly groomed for classic and skate skiing. The Old Farm and Front 9 trails have double classic groomed tracks and a wide skate lane. The Woodside Trail has a single classic track and a skate lane.
Take the Beginning Ski Trail to the covered bridge. All trails split after the bridge and are marked with colored letter signs, related to the trail color indicated on the map.
Front 9 Trail (Easy) 1.5 K /.95 Mi. Marked with Green Lettered Signs. Taking you across the frozen waterfalls and through the matured spruces of the Front 9. This trail provides beginning and all levels of skiers a chance to experience the beauty of winter recreation at the Haven.
Old Farm Trail (Intermediate) 3.2K / 1.85 Mi. Marked with Blue Lettered Signs. Glide through maturing tree plantings and loop through the Old Farm buildings and antique farm equipment.
Woodside (Expert) 2.25 K / 1.4 Mi. Marked with Black Lettered Signs. Enjoy the peaceful serenity of this expert routing skirting along the wooded perimeter of Hilly Haven. Some of the best snow conditions can be found along this trail!
HIKE & SNOWSHOE TRAILS
All snowshoe and hiking trails are regularly groomed and maintained for your enjoyment.
Take the Beginning Hike & Snowshoe Trail to the covered bridge. The Par-Tee trail begins to the right after the covered bridge and is marked with a boot and a snowshoe stake then Purple stakes along the trail. The Hole in One Trail starts to the left after the covered bridge with a boot and snowshoe stake and the rest is marked with blue stakes.
Hiking & Biking Trails are Always Open
- Open Daily Dawn – Dark
- $5 Trail Fee
- FREE for kids under 16 with
accompanying paid adult
- Free for 2021-2022 Winter Trail Pass Holders
- Dogs are allowed on leash
- Trails are multi-use
- Please be courteous to all trail users
- Please stay on trail and off the Golf Course
Hiking & Biking Trail Map June 2022