Hike to Lost Creek Falls

22520 Trail Drive

Distance

2.5 Miles

Activities

Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Out-and-Back

Waterfall

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.

The trailhead has been updated for Lost Creek Falls and can now be found on Trail Drive in Cornucopia.

On this well-marked 3-mile trail, there are signs along the trail, new boardwalks, and a larger parking area. This is a very nice trail en route to beautiful falls. 

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Updated trail

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!

Amazing 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.

Distance

2.5 Miles

Activities

Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Out-and-Back

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