Ahnapee State Trail
 
The Ahnapee State Trail is a "rails to trails" conversion with train tracks removed and approximately 50 miles of recreational trail in its place.  It connects Kewaunee, Luxemburg, Casco, Algoma and Sturgeon Bay.

The Ahnapee State Trail is 8 to 10 feet wide and has a firm limestone surface.  This trail is open to hikers, bikers, horseback riders during the spring, summer and fall months and in winter its occupied by cross country skiers and snowmobilers.

Rules of the Ahnapee State Trail
1.  Pets must be kept on leashes and kept under control.
2.  Protect our environment.  Stay on the trail.  Do not cut switchbacks or use shortcuts.
3.  Stay to the right and pass on the left.  Always look before changing positions on the trail.
3.  Carry out all litter, including your pet’s waste.
4.  When encountering a horse, speak in a calm, pleasant tone so the horse hears a human voice.  Do not hide.
5.  The rider knows the horse the best.  Expect the rider to advise you, not as a lack of courtesy, but rather with knowledge of the horse’s temperament.
6.  All horse waste must be moved off the trail surface.
7.  Do not approach, scare, harass, or feed wildlife or livestock.
8.  Respect private property and the privacy of people living along the trail.
9.  Leave flowers and plants for others to enjoy.  Do not pull bark off of, cut or otherwise damage live trees.
10.  The Ahnapee State Trail is CLOSED to horses from November 15th through April 15th annually to prevent trail damage.