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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.

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651 Hwy 83, Hartland, WI 53029, USA

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.


East of Delafield, exit I-94 at Hwy. 83. Continue 1/2 mile north on Hwy. 83. Turn west into the park entrance.

515 W Moreland Blvd, AC 260, Waukesha, WI 53188, USA

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

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