Kishwauketoe Conservancy

Kishwauketoe Conservancy, Williams Bay

Kishwauketoe Conservancy
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Steve M
Oak Park, IL97 contribuciones
ene. de 2021 • Familia
Had a great hike through the Conservancy on a sunny, snowy winter day. Not crowded and saw lots of bird life. We were puzzled by the apparent snowmobile trail cutting through it, bit fortunately none were there to disrupt our peaceful walk
Escrita el 16 de enero de 2021
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Ann H
Findlay, OH38 contribuciones
sept. de 2020 • Familia
We walked part of the trail on our family vacation with a 2 year old and a baby on a stroller. A few parts were a little hard with the stroller (had to carry up a few steps and a few muddy spots because it recently had rained) but wasn't a big deal to us. It was a great walk and we enjoyed the scenery!
Escrita el 4 de octubre de 2020
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SEZME1030
Tampa, FL63 contribuciones
feb. de 2020 • Parejas
Great nature park with many trails and boardwalks. We took our dogs and it was a peaceful and relaxing afternoon. They used to have a dog park, that is gone, but dogs on leashes are allowed. A very nice afternoon. Plenty of parking and right across from the lake.
Escrita el 26 de febrero de 2020
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Roger A
Lake Geneva, WI146 contribuciones
ene. de 2020
Kishwauketoe is not well known but it an absolute gem of a place to visit. It is 230 acres and has plenty of trails, boardwalks and even an observation tower!

Its is open 365 days a year, free to use and runs many different activities including walks, runs, family activities and education. There are also plenty of opportunities to volunteer!

Visit their website for details of their events or check their Facebook page or MeetUp!
Escrita el 27 de enero de 2020
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legacyendeavors
Racine, WI529 contribuciones
ago. de 2019 • Parejas
We had an excellent opportunity to visit this place for a while and we are definitely planning to return!!!

There’s maps & trails to suit various needs & experiences here... Love the wildflowers, Queen Ann’s Lace etc as well as the birds that fly overhead. Even the squirrels 🐿 & rabbits found time to scamper about!

The boardwalks are great & well maintained! Loved the sights & the helpful signs. We’ll definitely investigate this place and the other trails here soon...
Take a look for yourselves as it is a gem of a place & accessible across from the shore of the Williams Bay Beach 🏖

So glad we found this & took time to venture out & about here if only for a brief break from our visit!
Escrita el 13 de septiembre de 2019
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Janeen A
9 contribuciones
jun. de 2018
If traveling in the mid west this is a must stop Beautiful sites and close to great food and shops. We stop at least once a year
Escrita el 19 de marzo de 2019
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Sharon V
Delavan, WI116 contribuciones
sept. de 2017
Wonderful trail with areas that are a board walk. Remember to bring the bug spray. If you are bringing your fur babies must be on leash.
Escrita el 24 de junio de 2018
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chigirlaz
az100 contribuciones
jul. de 2017 • Parejas
A wonderful place for a county walk. Is quiet and a good place to let kids run thru the woods.It is free and maintained by volunteers.
Escrita el 22 de septiembre de 2017
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Deanne W
Milwaukee, WI45 contribuciones
abr. de 2017 • Parejas
We happened across the trail on our way from the Yerkes Observatory to Lake Geneva and are very glad we did. From the parking area, we started out on a boardwalk that is solidly built and nicely wide. There had been a burn, so we could see the new plants starting to pop out without the nuisance of marsh grasses and cattails. We didn't have time to explore more of the trails, but they are quite extensive and there are maps provided. We can't wait to go back and try out more of the trails.
Escrita el 16 de abril de 2017
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lbagwell2
Clarksville, TN27 contribuciones
abr. de 2017 • Parejas
This 200+ acre nature area is a beautiful place to walk. We entered the pathways from the public parking lot across from the Williams Bay Beach area. There are wooded areas, marshy areas and open grassy fields. We went on a day after a rain but because of the well tended paths we didn't encounter much mud. I feel like this is a hidden treasure because the lake gets more attention.
Escrita el 13 de abril de 2017
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