Map of the Badger & Sugar River Trails

For more information about trail conditions, policies and parking locations, contact the Wisconsin DNR.

Poisonous Plants along the Trails

photo of poison parsnip
  Poison Parsnip

Trail users should keep an eye out for both poison parsnip and poison ivy along the trails. Hikers and other users should avoid going off trail, as both plants appear most commonly on the sides of the trails.  The sap of poison parsnip is photo-toxic; coming into contact with any part of the plant in the presence of sunlight can cause severe, painful rashes and blisters to the affected skin.         
                                                                                                                 

Image of poison ivy

Similarly, poison ivy will cause a persistent, widespread itchy red rash to anyone that comes into contact with its infamous three-leaf foliage.

Read: Five Poisonous Plants to Avoid in Wisconsin                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
Poison Ivy

Stewart Tunnel Detour Routes on Badger Trail

Detours around Stewart tunnel on Badger Trail