Welcome to On the Road Friday.
Although it is cold and snowy here in Wisconsin, we are going to travel back to the splendor of Wisconsin in autumn.
Put on your hiking boots, we are headed to Big Bay State Park.
Big Bay State Park is on Madeline Island, the largest of Lake Superior's 22 Apostle Islands. The 2,350-acre park has a 1.5-mile beach, campground with drinking water, showers and toilets, an outdoor group camp, picnic areas and more than seven miles of hiking and nature trails with incredible views of Lake Superior.
During our sister's weekend, my sister and I hiked in Big Bay State Park.
We loved the hiking trails. The beauty of Lake Superior is all around you.
Point Trail takes you along the lake. It is a great trail to hike for photo opportunities.
On one side of the trail you look at Lake Superior and on the other side you look out to see woods.
On the way back to the parking lot, we took a woods trial. The Autumn color was lovely.
| Big Bay has a lot more hiking trails and areas to explore. We ran out of time and needed to catch the ferry back to Wisconsin. |
We did explore a small section of Barrier Beach.
We will definitely be back to Big Bay State Park.
Thank you for coming along today, on the first, On the Road Friday of 2016!