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Bugline Trail Lannon WI 53046

The Bugline bike trail owes its existence to the quarries near Lannon. Trains once hauled famed Lannon Stone from the deep limestone pits which still operate today. A look down into the quarries from the trail is an impressive sight.

Henneberry Dr. WI 53150

The Engel Conservation Area is a 153-acre site owned and managed by the City of Muskego for open space preservation, wildlife habitat, and outdoor education. Visit the Engel Conservation Area website to discover more about the City’s largest conservation site.

1/2 Mile West Of Racine Ave. WI 53150

The Engel Conservation Area is a 153-acre site owned and managed by the City of Muskego for open space preservation, wildlife habitat, and outdoor education. Visit the Engel Conservation Area website to discover more about the City’s largest conservation site.

2925 N. Barker Rd. Brookfield WI

Well known for its swimming beach located around a man made lake. Families can enjoy a day of swimming, pedal boating or scuba diving. Year around, walkers can enjoy the paved trail that curves around the lake.

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S91 W39091 Hwy 59 Eagle WI 53119

Hiking and biking trails abound with an opportunity to learn about the formation of the Kettle Moraine and its wildlife.  More than 20,000 acres of glacial hills, kettles, lakes, prairie restoration sites, pine woods and hardwood forests can be found in the Southern Unit, making this a popular area for a wide variety of visitors. The 3,500-acre Scuppernong River Habitat Area is the largest wet prairie east of the Mississippi River.

651 Wi-83 Delafield WI 53018

This park has access to Lake Nagawicka, which is used for swimming, fishing, sailing, waterskiing, boating and canoeing. Hikers can take a footpath through the park, and the more adventurous can start a trek on the Ice Age Trail, which runs through the park.

The park has 5 reserved group sites and 33 family sites available for overnight camping.  Five picnic shelters are available with restrooms, grill, and sand volleyball located throughout the park. The park hosts playground equipment for tots. The park is open for sledding and cross-country skiing in the winter. For more information, contact Waukesha County Park at 262-548-7801.


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East of Delafield, exit I-94 at Hwy. 83. Continue 1/2 mile north on Hwy. 83. Turn east on Golf Rd. and go to Cty. E. Turn north on E and travel 1/2 mile to the entrance.

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S14w28167 Madison St. Waukesha WI 53188

At Waukesha County’s Retzer Nature Center education is the key”. Retzer is dedicated to providing hands-on outdoor / environmental educational opportunities for school groups, families and adults through public and private programs. Retzer Nature Center strives to create awareness and appreciation of the environment in all patrons and visitors.

1320 Pewaukee Rd. Ste. 230 Waukesha WI 53186

The Waukesha County Park System is a natural resource-based park system that demonstrates stewardship, while providing recreational and educational opportunities.

400 Main Street Delafield WI 53018

The Mission of the VMR is to help current and future generations honor those who gave their lives in defense of liberty by creating an ecologically sound river walk park which memorializes the efforts of our armed forces, highlighting in particular historical contributions from the Waukesha area. Further, to encourage and bring to the fore the importance of maintaining and protection our precious ecological heritage of the Bark River, wetlands and the marshes that surround it.

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