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Wiouwash State Trail

Wiouwash State Trail - in the City of Oshkosh, Appleton & Shawano This county-operated trail extends from downtown Oshkosh 22 miles to Hortonville in Outagamie County and from Tigerton 16 miles to Birnamwood in Shawano County and a half south of Split Rock, with access to Marion via County Road SS and S. The name, WIOUWASH, is derived from the first two letters of the counties through which it passes. WInnebago, OUtagamie, WAupaca, and...

Lapham Peak-Kettle Moraine State Forest

Lapham Peak-Kettle Moraine State Forest, Delafield and Hartford, WI Located near Delafield, 1 mile south of I-94, Lapham Peak features a 45 foot observation tower on the highest point in Waukesha County. The glaciated topography provides for a beautiful glacial remnant landscape of kames, kettles, and eskers; an excellent hiking and cross-county skiing. More than 1,000 acres of this hilly terrain are within the Lapham Peak boundaries....

Pike Lake State Park

Pike Lake State Park, Hartford, WI Surprising for its beauty, panoramic views from atop Powder Hill, picnic areas and peaceful campsites, this 678-acre park offers year-round enjoyment. Extending through southeastern Wisconsin to Lake Winnebago, Pike Lake State Park provides for a beautiful glacial remnant landscape of kames, kettles, and eskers. The park is in the Central time zone; provides a campground...

Big Foot Beach State Park

Big Foot Beach State Park, Lake Geneva, WI From mid-May to November 1, this 272-acre park on the shores of Lake Geneva offers wooded campsites, 2,200 feet of sand beach and picnic areas. Located in resort and recreation area. The park is used primarily for swimming, camping, and fishing. Lake Geneva is known for its clear, clean water. Lake Geneva supports populations of northern pike, walleye, small and...

Kohler-Andrae State Park

Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan, WI Kohler-Andrae State Park in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is the home of majestic sand dunes, miles of golden beach, shimmering blue Lake Michigan water, whispering pines, an abundance of wildlife, and recreational activities for everyone. Muskrats, master architects, build domed homes in the Black River marsh. Year-round, this 1,000-acre scenic gem on the shore of Lake Michigan...

Bong State Recreation Area

Bong State Recreation Area, Kansasville, WI A smorgasbord of activities await visitors to this 4,515-acre recreation area in Kenosha County, 9 miles west of I-94 on Hwy. 142. This managed prairie contains 8.3 miles (13 km) of mountain bike trails. Also Swim, fish, picnic, camp, ride horses, study nature, cross-country ski, snowmobile, high power rocketry, dog sledding, falconry, ATV sports, land sailing, motorcycle...

Harrington Beach State Park

Harrington Beach State Park, Belgium, WI Harrington Beach State Park is located a little more than 30 miles north of Milwaukee; Peacefulness and serenity draw people. The 636 acres with a mile-long Lake Michigan beach leave room to be alone with nature. Hiking, fishing, picnic areas, nature and cross-country skiing in season, swimming, scuba diving, surf fishing, a spectacular quarry lake, a Welcome Center and...

Havenwoods State Forest

Havenwoods State Forest, Milwaukee, WI Havenwoods is an island of nature within an urban Milwaukee environment. Having once been the site of a family farm, a County House of Correction, a US Army disciplinary barracks and training facility, and a US Army Nike missile site (former Nike Ajax Missile installation), the healing land includes 40,000 tree plantings, wildflower plantings, prairie restoration, pond...

Point Beach State Forest

Point Beach State Forest, a trail of two cities, Two Rivers, WI The point juts seven miles into Lake Michigan, and the six-mile beach occasionally yields pieces of 19th century ships that sank here. The sandy shore of Lake Michigan is a fascinating place just to walk, look and indulge in some aimless beach combing. Interpretive Center, 11 miles of hiking/skiing trails and a self guided half mile nature trail, 6 miles of Lake Michigan...

Glacial Drumlin State Trail

Glacial Drumlin State Trail A 51-mile ride through glacial landscapes between Fox River Sanctuary in Waukesha and Cottage Grove. Beginning in Cottage Grove and ending in Waukesha, the Glacial Drumlin State Trail travels through ten small towns, farmlands, and glacial topography along 52 miles of abandoned rail corridor. The trail was developed in 1986 to provide year- round recreation...