La Crosse River Conservancy

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There are multiple access points for this location. Specific details for each trailhead can be found numbered, respectively, below. Alternative access points are marked on the map in green.

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Location / Access

Access Point #1

Address:

3060 S. Kinney Coulee Rd

Onalaska, WI 54650

Directions:

From Hwy 16, heading east towards West Salem, turn right onto Kinney Coulee Road (by the Kwik Trip) and follow to Stoney Creek Inn. The kiosk is on the front lawn of Stoney Creek Inn and the trailhead begins behind the hotel.

Map View of Location

Accessible By Public Transport?

Yes

Street View of Trailhead Location

Parking:

There is a parking lot opposite the trailhead at Stoney Creek Inn. To access the lot, continue past the trailhead on Kinney Coulee Rd, and turn left at Gundersen Rd. Near the end of the road, there is a large vacant parking lot on the left, just past the patient and visitor parking.

Street View of Parking Location

Street View of Trail Head Location

Access Point #2

Address:

Behind the Old Country Buffet

Off S. Kinney Coulee Rd

Onalaska, WI 54650

Directions:

From Hwy 16, heading east towards West Salem, turn right on to Kinney Coulee Road (by the Kwik Trip). Turn right at the Kwik Trip exit, to the unnamed road that goes behind Olive Garden and the Old Country Buffet. There will be a gravel path that meets the road on your left behind the Old County Buffet building.

Map View of Location

Parking:

There is no parking directly at this trailhead unless you park in one of the restaurant parking lots. The other trailhead parking lot, which backs up to S. Kinney Coulee Rd, is nearby and visible from the trailhead. Use caution crossing S. Kinney Coulee Rd.

Street View of Parking Location

Accessible By Public Transport?

Yes

Trail Map - (click for map)

courtesy of MVC

Terrain:

Uneven

Moderate hills

Difficulty:

Moderate

Pets not Allowed

Dominant Features

 

Biodiversity Rating: 4/5

 

Site Information

Additional Notes:

  • Hunting, trapping, and fishing permitted in accordance with state laws and local ordinances.

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La Crosse Nature Guide

A one-stop resource of outdoor places for nature connections in La Crosse County

This creation of this Guidebook was a collaborative effort, led by the Nature Connections program of the La Crosse County Health Department. The program is currently funded by Mayo Clinic Health System and the Paul E. Stry Foundation. Thank you to the following organizations for their support:

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