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site provides fishing and boating access onto
Ashippun Lake, along with picnic tables for
the day visitor. A public funded snowmobile
trail runs through the site. From Oconomowoc,
take Hwy. 67 north 3 1/2 miles to McMahon
Road. Turn east and travel 1 1/2 miles to
the access drive. Picnic tables, outhouses,
boat landing. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat
clear water of 16-acre Menomonee Quarry Lake
provides great opportunties for scuba diving,
swimming and fishing. Hikers, skiers, snowmobilers
and horseback riders will find trails throughout
the 397 acres of rolling fields, maple woods,
cattail marshes and wetlands. From Menomonee
Falls, take Hwy. 74 southwest past Lannon
to Cty. V. Turn north and travel 1 1/2 miles.
Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses,
toilets, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming,
beach, dressing rooms, hiking, nature trails,
cross-country skiing, volleyball.
swimming and fishing pond is a major summer
attraction, along with opportunties for nature
study, hiking, and horseback riding through
the woods. In the winter visitors come for
sledding and cross-country skiing. Picnic
areas are provided throughout the park, along
with facilities for baseball, volleyball.
soccer and archery. A group campsite is also
available. From Waukesha, take Racine Ave.
southeast to Sunset Drive. Turn west and continue
to the park. Picnic tables, picnic shelter,
outhouses, toilets, swimming, beach, dressing
rooms, hiking, nature trails, cross-country
skiing, baseball, volleyball.
summer, the major attraction at this park
is the swimming beach on a one-acre manmade
pond. Hikers, skiers and horseback riders
will find trails winding through the park.There
are also 24 campsites available. From the
junction of Cty. Y and Cty. L in Muskego,
take Cty. L west 3/4 mile to the park. Picnic
tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, toilets,
tent sites, trailer sites, swimming, beach,
dressing rooms, hiking, cross-country skiing,
baseball, volleyball, tennis.
Park-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 offers 33 campsites for visitors.
East of Delafield, exit I-94 at Hwy. 83. Continue
1/2 mile north on Hwy. 83. Turn east on Golf
Rd. and go to Cty. E. Turn north on E and
travel 1/2 mile to the entrance. Picnic tables,
picnic, shelter, outhouses, toilets, tent
sites, trailer sites, swimming, beach, hiking,
baseball, volleyball, golf, boat landing.
acres this park is the largest in the county.
It contains six short but scenic hiking trails
that wind through the park. Grass Lake and
Forest Lake are nice spots for a picnic. From
Oconomowoc, take Hwy. 16 east to Cty. C. Turn
south and continue to the park, which is 1/2
mile north of Nashota. Picnic tables, picnic
shelter, toilets, hiking, nature trails, cross-country
skiing, baseball, volleyball.
Lake Access-This eight acre landing
provides fishing, boating and waterskiing
access to the lake. Exit I-94 at Sawyer Road,
just east of Oconomowoc. Go south and turn
east on Cty. DR. Go 1/4 mile to the landing.
Outhouses, boat landing.
site provides access to the west end of Pewaukee
lake, and has drinking water, soda machines
and picnic tables. From I-94 east of Delafield,
exit onto Cty. E. Turn north and travel one
mile to the landing. Toilets, boat landing.
Section Lake Access-This
site offers fishing and boating access to
School Section Lake.From Oconomowoc, take
Hwy. 67 south through Dousman to Cty. D. Travel
west on Cty. D to Scholl Section Lake Road.
Continue west one mile to access on the left.
Picnic tables, outhouses.