Visit Us Often and Share Our Vision.
Seno is open to the public daily from dawn until dusk.
Seno is located 5 miles south of Burlington and 7 miles east and north of Lake Geneva on County Hwy P. It is 1.5 miles north of State Hwy 50. It is 20 miles west of I-94 Kenosha.
Seno is open to the public daily from dawn until dusk. There is no admission and membership is not required, but if you identify with our vision and mission please support us by becoming a member.
In the upper parking area adjacent to the trail head, there is a big, blue mailbox with trail maps, brochures and books. They are there for you to use during your visit. You will also find a journal. Leave us a note in the journal and let us know what you saw and how you liked your visit. We enjoy hearing from our friends!
Hike the trails with your friends and family. Bring your camera, your binoculars or your sketch pad. There are beautiful vistas and gorgeous trees. Take in the prairies when they are in full bloom.
If you wish you may download the Seno Trail Map here.
Dogs on leashes are welcome! But please clean-up out of respect for other hikers.
PLEASE NOTE: During deer and turkey hunting seasons (posted on Kiosk boards), hunters are present. No need to worry. Our hunters have permission to hunt because they are our volunteers and they are responsible and well trained. However, in the interest of safety, we recommend that you and your dog make use of bright orange gear.