By Trail

By Trail

Get in touch with nature, visit our communities, or simply enjoy some outside exercise on the Mille Lacs area trails. A former railway, the Soo Line Trail provides miles and miles of adventure by horse, foot, or motor.

Onamia

Kathio State Park Landmark Trail

You’ll learn about the area’s earliest Native American inhabitants while exploring Minnesota’s largest collection of archeological sites. This one-mile hike is located within Kathio State Parks National Historic Landmark District.

Soo Line - Onamia to Isle

Pedal the paved Soo Line trail from Onamia to Isle—be sure to stop in Wahkon along the way. Added bonus: There are state parks near the trail on both ends of the trip (Kathio, Onamia and Father Hennepin, Isle).

Wahkon

Soo Line Trail - Motor Powered

From simple and scenic to dirty and technical, you’ll have access to your preferred terrain. There are 300-plus miles of adventure on Minnesota’s largest network of ATV/UTV trails, including hundreds of maintained snowmobile trails for winter fun.

Soo Line Trail - Human Powered

Bicycle, walk, inline skate, or cross-country ski among the wildlife through miles of meandering trails.

Soo Line Trail - Muscle Powered (Horse)

Saddle up and explore miles of forests, wetlands, and farmlands.

Isle

Father Hennepin State Park Hiking Club

Father Hennepin State Park offers both walking and wheelchair accessible trails. In the winter, you’re welcome to snowshoe anywhere in the park’s 320 acres.

Red Top Loop ATV Trail

With Class I and II trails, beginners and experienced riders alike will enjoy 25 miles of trails on Isle’s Red Top Loop.