Hiking is one of those outside activities that can be fun in any season. Whether long or short, on paved trails or winding dirt paths through the forest, Jackson County has countless locations to head out on a kid-friendly hike.
Welcome to Wonder and Wander’s Guide to Fall Fun in Jackson County. We’ll be highlighting some of our favorite spots throughout October and handing out some “awards” along the way – so check back often! The last stop on our
I am always on the hunt for well-maintained and paved trails that are great for bikes, scooters, and strollers, and the MLK Equality Trail provides just that. Starting in Downtown Jackson, the trail weaves its way past Ella Sharp Park
Located in East Jackson, the Mike Levine Lakelands Trail is part of a 33 mile abandoned rail line converted into a trail. The Herb Amster Memorial Trailhead is the perfect place to take a kid-friendly hike here in Jackson County.
Located six miles northeast of Jackson, the Haehnle Sanctuary is a true gem. Known for Sandhill Crane viewing, I stumbled upon this location by accident years ago as we drove past to go to Big Portage Lake. After doing some