LAKE COUNTRY TRAIL
Waukesha County Executive, Dan Vrakas
Rides through the Ribbon, June 4th.
Four year old Caroline and mom, Marie LeRoy of Waukesha,
enjoy the trail after the ceremony.
ALERT Lake Country Trail Maintenance: American Transmission Company (ATC) will be replacing existing wires and structures along the Lake Country Trail. Portions of the trail will be closed periodically between October 2014 and April 2015 to accommodate the movement of crews and equipment. Click for ATC's schedule and project information.
The Lake Country Trail is a 15-mile trail, located on the former Milwaukee-Watertown Interurban Railway. It was popular in the late 1800s as a direct link between Waukesha and the Oconomowoc Lake Country and utilizes the Wisconsin Electric Power Company right-of-way. The Lake Country Trail runs through the middle of the County (North of Interstate-94) from east to west through very rolling terrain providing scenic views of the mid-kettle moraine area, including the Landsberg Center (Trail Head), Pewaukee Lake, Naga-Waukee Park and War Memorial Golf Course, Lake Nagawicka, historic City of Delafield, Upper and Lower Nemahbin Lakes and Roosevelt Park in the City of Oconomowoc.
Lake Country Trail Map