Hike to Lost Creek Falls
Wisconsin › Lost Creek Falls
Added by Stephanie Wagner
A little secluded waterfall that you can walk behind. This hidden little gem on the south shore of Wisconsin is a easy hike for everyone.
From the town of Cornucopia drive west on Hwy 13. You will turn left onto Klemik Road (Dirt Road). Go down about a mile and you will look for a yellow gate/trail on your left. Park on the side of the road.
Once you past the gates and are walking on the trail, you will cross two bridges. After you cross the second bridge the trail starts to climb up the hill. A few hundred yards there’s a side trail off on the right. Follow this until it brings you down to the creek. From there you can follow the trail up the river by foot jumping rocks or take the trail on left of the creek.
Please respect the places you find on The Outbound.
Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph. Learn More
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Are we missing something?Suggest an edit
ReviewsLeave a Review
The trailhead on trail dr off of County C just before Cornucopia is now well-marked. An improvement project resulted in new boardwalks over drainages, gravel spreading in wet areas, a larger parking lot, and signs along the trail. 3 miles round trip. Very nice trail and beautiful falls!
The hike to the falls was a narrow trail with new boardwalks. It is 3 miles round trip. There is a new trailhead off Hwy C right before Cornucopia, just follow the signs. The falls are beautiful and quite refreshing on a hot day.
More Adventures Nearby
Hike to Timm's Hill
Wisconsin / Timm's Hill County Park
Hike to one of the easiest high points in the country. Standing at only 1,951 feet, Wisconsin's Timms Hill isn't going to be the most impressive climb you do, but it is still worth the hike.
Hike Bay View Trail, Big Bay State Park
Wisconsin / Big Bay SP Parking
Starting at the parking lot, you will walk into an open field with a couple picnic tables. On the right side of the field, the trail enters into a forest and walks along Lake Superior.