Trail Use

  • Trail passes are required for all activities on the trails, including hiking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing. Passes for guests of Treehaven classes and conferences are included in the site use fee. If you are coming to Treehaven for trail use, passes are available in the parking lot by the two Treehaven Trailhead signs. 
  • Daily passes are $5.  Fees are used for trail maintenance and equipment.
  • No pets, or motorized vehicles allowed on trails.
  • Individuals wanting to access the trails are encouraged to check in at the office first. We suggest you notify Treehaven staff of your travels, obtain a current trail map, and travel with a companion or two.
  • There are miles of trails covering 1,400 acres of forestland to accommodate hikers, skiers, and snowshoe enthusiasts.

 Current Trail Conditions

3/8/21  Treehaven trails are open to the public at this time. However due to ongoing coronavirus concerns all Treehaven offices and buildings are closed to the public until further notice.

3/8/21 Ski trails have deteriorated over the weekend and are now very icy with bare spots.  We do not recommend skiing at this time.  Snowshoe trails are very hard packed and still snow covered.

Have questions about the trails? give us a call at 715-346-2461

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 Treehaven Winter Trail Map (Works with Avenza Maps)

 Ski Trail Map and Brochure

 Snowshoe Trail Map and Brochure

 PROPERTY RULES

Before you visit Treehaven, please read how you can help keep Treehaven a clean, safe, and natural place to visit. These rules have been established to protect native habitats and wildlife, avoid disturbing education and/or research projects, ensure the safety of all visitors, and to maintain a high-quality experience for program participants. Thank you!

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Treehaven Property Use Rules