HAVENWOODS STATE FOREST
6141 North Hopkins Street, Milwaukee, WI 53209 Directions
Skyline, Walking Trails, Classrooms, Summerfest Grounds, Trees, Theatre, Grasslands, Little Red Light, Resource Center, Woods, Education Gardens, Displays, An Urban Arboretum, House, Auditorium, Wetlands, Bike & Nature
Havenwoods State Forest is one of four wetlands, strolling over the 120-foot bridge or finding a bench to sit outside and relax. The trails are 7 miles to explore. It includes 237 acres of grasslands, woodland, and wetlands. They visit one of the four ponds, walk over the 120-foot bridge, or find a bench to sit outside and relax. Grasslands also provide shelter for rodents, insects, and reptiles, including the endangered garter snake, found at Havenwoods from Butler. Tourists can enjoy the native wildflowers and trees visit the butterfly garden, rain gardens, and urban arboretum. Forest reaches over 6 miles. This trail is one about 2.5 miles along with possibility.
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Seven Bridges Trail, South Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 53172 Directions
Unpaved and Lannon Stone Paths and Staircases, Golf (External Site), Yellow Birch Trees, Animals/Wildlife, Walking, Gardens, Natural Areas & Numerous Foot Bridges
Seven Bridges is one of the oldest nature areas in Milwaukee and provides a quick walkthrough woods and ravines. This park is the second largest in Milwaukee County. The trail has a total of 10 bridges and will take hikers to a secluded beach area. Walkers to a variety of flora and fauna, ravines lined with paths of Lannon stone, azure views of Lake Michigan, grassy clearings, and dense tree coverings. You can explore nature's delights, a carpet of spring wildflowers, native bird songs, beautiful fall foliage, the calming sound of rushing water in a brook.
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MILWAUKEE RIVER GREENWAY
2134 North Riverboat Road, Milwaukee, WI 53212 Directions
Physical Activities, Disc Golf, Dog Walks, Bat Houses, Walking Path by the River, Beer Garden, Jogging, Basketball, Big Playground, Fishing, Bike Riding, Wildlife & Yoga
Milwaukee River Greenway has over 8 miles of river and 847 acres of floodplain and river-front habitat. It provides guidelines for maintaining, revitalizing, handling, and enhancing public access and leisure activities. It is a beautiful park to take with your family and have fun walking through the trails and watching the waterfalls. Runners have the many miles of trail here to paradise. They have a beautiful play area for the kids to play.
River Champions from River Alliance of Wisconsin in 2011