Lac Lawrann Conservancy has 4 miles of trails that lead hikers through deciduous woodlands to kettles, kames, an esker, as well as to ponds, wetlands, prairie, and a red pine plantation. Neighboring Royal Oaks Park adds another 1.5 miles of trails. Hiking trails include the Lake Loop, Railroad Spur, Esker, Northern Wetland, Pine Plantation, and Prairie Trails.
During winter, the conservancy offers 2.8 miles of groomed classical cross-country skiing on the Royal Oaks Trail Loop, Pine Plantation, and Prairie Trails. Snowshoeing is encouraged on the Northern Wetland, Esker, and Railroad Spur Trails.
Although bicycles are not allowed on trails in the conservancy, their use is encouraged on the paved Eisenbahn Trail. A paved spur connects Lac Lawrann to the Eisenbahn Trail. The Eisenbahn Trail goes south through downtown West Bend to Rusco Road and all the way north to Eden in Fond du Lac County.
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING AND SNOW SHOEING
Lac Lawrann has about 3 miles of cross country classical style ski trails. For current trail conditions, visit: Cross Country Ski Trail Conditions.
Lac Lawrann’s trails also offer a wonderful winter escape on snowshoes. The Northern Wetland and Esker trails are particularly beautiful by snowshoe. Please respect the ski trails and our volunteer trail groomers by staying to the side or on seperate trails.