Fox River Park

This 257-acre park on the Fox River Park has a riverfront, marshes, upland oak-hickory forests, open meadows, and a deep marsh. The paved Fox River Trail connects the park to the Waukesha County trail system. There are 2.25 miles of paved trails and 4.3 miles of woodland trails in the park. Fox River Park, located […]

Pewaukee Lake

Pewaukee Lake is a lake in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, situated in the United States. Pewaukee Lake, the largest lake in Waukesha County’s “Lake Country,” is about five miles long and one mile wide, with an average depth of 15 feet sloping to a maximum depth of 46 feet. The lake is well-known for its inland […]

Door County Historical Museum

The Chicago Tribune named this museum the “Best Small Museum in the Midwest.” Educational exhibits depict Door County’s Historical Museum, including orchards, industries, early settlers, and much more. Over a hundred native species are featured in the spectacular “Seasons of Life” wildlife diorama by nationally renowned taxidermist Mike Orthober. The Pioneer Fire Station displays three […]

Cana Island

Cana Island is a lakefront island in the town of Baileys Harbor, Door County, Wisconsin, in the United States. The Cana Island Light is located on the island’s east side. When the water level is low, it is possible to walk to Cana Island from the mainland. A webcam operated by the county parks department […]

Eagle Bluff Lighthouse

The Eagle Bluff Light, also known as the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse or simply Eagle Bluff, is a lighthouse in Peninsula State Park in Door County, Wisconsin, near Ephraim. Although construction was authorized in 1866, the lighthouse was not completed until 1868 at the cost of $12,000. In 1926, it was automated. The Eagle Bluff Lighthouse […]

Rock Island State Park

Rock Island State Park is a Wisconsin state park located on Rock Island, off the tip of the Door Peninsula, on the eastern edge of Green Bay and Lake Michigan. The Town of Washington Island, particularly Jack Hagen, the town chairman, proposed Rock Island as a state park in early 1961. There was a lot […]

Peninsula State Park

Peninsula State Park is a 3,776-acre (1,528 ha) Wisconsin state park in Door County with eight miles (13 km) of Green Bay shoreline. Peninsula is Wisconsin’s third largest state park, with an estimated one million visitors annually. Members of the Wisconsin State Park Board visited Door County in May 1908 to look for a location […]

Civil War Museum

The American Civil War Museum is one of a kind and cannot be compared to any other Civil War museum in the country. The Civil War is examined from the point of view of the citizens of seven states located in the upper middle west: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Ohio. The museum’s primary […]

Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum

The Hyslop Foundation is the owner of the private nature sanctuary and arboretum known as Hawthorn Hollow, and it is operated as a charitable organization. They teach people of all ages about the importance of protecting the environment. The varied topography of the forty acres includes an arboretum that spans twelve acres and two miles […]

America’s Action Territory

Americas Action Territory Family Fun Park will entertain the whole family for hours. Find your favorite game and try to beat the high score. There will be an entry fee, so bring some cash and prepare for a fun day out. But Americas Action Territory Family Fun Park isn’t the only attraction in Kenosha, Wisconsin. […]