Gibraltar Rock State Natural Area, Lodi

4.8
#22 of 79 in Trails in Wisconsin
Must see · Hiking Trail · Wildlife Area
Gibraltar Rock State Natural Area is a natural area in southern Wisconsin, United States, which is 68 acres (28 ha) in size, and is located along the 1,000-mile-long (1,600 km) Ice Age Trail.
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  • This is one of the most magnificent rocks in the area. While it can be busy on a weekend, I recommend visiting during the week - and sometimes you will luck out and will be the only one there...  more »
  • This is more of a question than review. Are there bathrooms and any picnic spots at this spot? I would just like to know.  more »
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  • The trails are well maintained but still give a good outdoor feel. The views are beautiful and it's not overly crowded. However there are no bathrooms, bubblers, etc.. So be aware of that before you go. The trail also doesn't loop back so if you park at one entrance you'll have to either hike all the way back the way you came or hike down a road for 3/4 of a mile.
  • An amazing spot for some easy/moderate hiking only 40 minutes from Madison. The bluffs and views they afford are some of the best in the state. We will definitely be back.

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