Map of the Hank Aaron State Trail


Hank Aaron State Trail

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Hank Aaron State Trail


12 miles


paved / unpaved


Elm Grove, West Allis, Milwaukee


Milwaukee Zoo, Three Birdges Park, Menomonee River, Historic Milwaukee


Downtown Milwaukee Riverwalk

Oak Leaf Trail



Regional Trails

The Hank Aaron State Trail a 12-mile long mostly paved trail system that is located in Milwaukee in Southeastern Wisconsin. The trail is located in the middle of the urban area and extends from Highway 18 near W. Underwood Parkway to the Lake Michigan waterfront area.

The Hank Aaron State Trail provides a great way to do some sight-seeing as it goes by the Milwaukee Zoo, Mitchel Park, museums, Lakeshore State Park and travels past the Historic Third Ward, the art and fashion district for Milwaukee.


The Hank Aaron State Trail is open for walking, running, bike riding and dog walking. The trail is continuous for the most part, but may require trail users to travel along streets to get from one section to the next.

Points of Interest

The Hank Aaron State Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Underwood Creek Parkway
Chippewa Park
Milwaukee County Zoo
Wisconsin State Fair Park
Three Bridges Park
Mitchel Park
Marquette University's Valley Fields
Shimek Memorial Track & Field Facility
Menomonee River
Lakeshore State Park
Marcus Amphitheater
Historic Third Ward
Nearby Trails

In the lakefront area, trail users can connect with the Oak Leaf Trail that continues to the north along the water and also heads inland along the Milwaukee River Riverwalk.

End Points

The west end of the Hank Aaron State Trail is located near Highway 18 and W. Underwood Parkway in Milwaukee.

The trail has a number of loops and branches in the Downtown Milwaukee area. Please refer to the map for locations to catch the trail.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Hank Aaron State Trail in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.