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Sheboygan Marsh Park-Within
the boundaries of this park lie the Sheyboygan
Marsh, Sheboygan River, and Sheboygan lake.
These natural resources provide a beautiful
backdrop for a day trip by canoe. Many visitors
also take advantage of the park's beauty with
an afternoon picnic or an evening around the
campfire. The site includes 64 campsites,
showers and a community lodge and restuarant.
From Plymouth, take Hwy. 67 north to Elkhart
Lake. In Elkhart lake, take Cty. A west to
Cty. J. Continue one mile northwest on Cty.
J to the park. Picnic, tables, picnic shelter,
toilets, tent sites, trailer sites, cross-country
skiing, volleyball, playground, boat landing.
114 acre lake is heavily used for fishing
and boating. An extensively developed shoreline
and fishing pier allow anglers to cast their
lines for northern, crappie, perch, walleye,
bass and bluegills. Many visitors enjoy boating
on this lake, but no motorboats are allowes
on Sundays. From the junction of Hwy. 23 and
Cty. C just west of Plymouth, travel north
3 1/2 miles on Cty. C. Outhouses, boat landing.
300 acres and a maximum depth of 110 feet,
this lake is the largest natural lake in the
county and the 4th deepest in the state. Its
clear waters make it an excellent spot for
boating and swimming, amd anglers are likely
to hook smallmouth bass, rock bass, and with
some luck, walleye from the fishing pier.
No motorboats are allowed on Sundays. From
Plymouth take Hwy. 23 west to Cty. P. Turn
north and travel five miles to the access.
Outhouses, boat landing.
largely undeveloped 22 acre system of two
basins connected by a navigable channel, Gerber
Lake provides a wilderness site for nonmotorized
boaters and anglers looking for bass, bluegills,
crappie and perch. A fishing pier provides
shoreline access to the waters. From the junction
of Hwy. 23 and 57 just east of Plymouth, travel
north on 57 for 3 1/2 miles to Gerber Lake
Road. Turn west and go 3/4 mile. Outhouses,
15 acre lake is known for its family fishing
opportunities. From the fishing pier, young
anglers can hook small bluegills and black
crappies, while more experienced anglers may
catch bass and northern pike. Nonmotorized
boats are also allowed on the lake, and picnic
tables are provided. From Sheboygan, take
Hwy 42 northwest to Howards Grove. Turn west
on Cty. A and travel two miles to the boat
landing. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.
Elkhart Lake Access-A
scenic 48 acre lake, Little Elhart offers
great fishing for bass, blugill, northern
pike and walleye. Visitors can also enjoy
a picnic or boating on the lake, although
motorboats are not allowed on Sundays. From
the junction of Hwy. 23 and 67 at Plymouth,
travel three miles north on Hwy. 67 to Cshwaller
Drive. Turn northeast across from the entrance
to Road America and continue to the park.
Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.
in the city of Sheboygan, this park provides
a wooded picnic area with picnic tables and
a playground. A picnic shelter with toilets
is on the grounds, but can only be used by
reservation. Take Hwy. 23 into Sheboygan to
Taylor Ave. Turn south and continue to the
junction with Erie Ave. Picnic tables, picnic
shelter, toilets, playground.