Large, mature oak, beech and maple trees tower above the path as it twists and turns through the forest, at one point passing by an interpretive sign highlighting the trail’s namesake: a lone pine that now rests on the forest floor. Photo by Sara Rae Lancaster.
Last month, I wrote about the Minnehaha Trail in Peninsula State Park. It’s no secret of a trail, with its western terminus located inside the popular Nicolet Bay campground and a route that wraps along the shoreline before connecting with the Eagle Trail at its eastern terminus. But what might not be as well