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Bay Shore Park - Cecil Depeau
Bay Shore Park, situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, offers a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay. Scenic hiking trails follow the ledge of the escarpment - a geologic formation created 400 million years ago by an ancient sea. A breakwater and boat launch facility with protected harbor are also located within Bay Shore Park. Launching ramps and docks provide access for fishing, sailing, and boating enthusiasts. Address: 5637 Sturgeon Bay Road (Highway 57)
Driving Directions: Park is just off of Hwy. 57 about 15 miles north of Green Bay.

Lily Lake Park
This beautiful wooded park includes a 40-acre lake which is a popular destination for local fishermen. An overhead shelter is available for picnickers and for special events. This park features a boat launch for non-motorized watercraft. Electric motors are allowed. There are two fishing piers that provide ADA access for anglers. Catch of the day includes panfish and small mouth bass. Good luck! Click here for boat launch fees.
Address: 3897 Lily Lake Road
Driving Directions: From Green Bay, go east on Highway 29 to Lily Lake Road, then turn right (south) on Lily Lake Road, park is straight ahead. About 11 miles from Green Bay.

Neshota Park - Alan Dewane
Visit Neshota Park and see the great changes to the cross country ski trail! Spring flooding required renovations and improvements. The beginning and intermediate trails now include dual, side-by-side Nordic track and all trails have a full width skate track. The County has invested in new grooming equipment for better-combed trails to enhance your ski experience.

A.D. Neshota Park, located where the Neshota River is joined by the King Creek, has 260 acres of riverbed, steeply sloped valleys, and wooded hills. Neshota is a pleasurable spot for the naturalist and sightseer. Several miles of trails through the woods provide a scenic walk for hikers, and bridle paths for horseback riders. In the winter months, cross country skiing, sledding, and snowmobiling are popular activities in the park. An enclosed shelter building complete with cooking facilities and a fireplace is also available to rent for special events.
Address: 5757 Park Road
Driving Directions: Take Hwy. 141 to Bellevue, turn left on Hwy. 29 through Poland, turn right on County Trunk "T", then left on Park Road. About 15 miles from Green Bay.

T. A. Pamperin Park
Located on the limits of metropolitan Green Bay, Pamperin Park is the largest developed park in the Brown County Park System. Pamperin Park offers a quiet serenity with its gently rolling hills and wooded areas enhanced by the slowly flowing Duck Creek. Park visitors enjoy taking strolls along the scenic creek and over its picturesque suspension bridge. Pamperin Park offers a wonderful children's structured playground area, wooded picnic areas, and several volleyball courts. A large stone pavilion containing two halls with restrooms, kitchen facilities, and a fireplace can be reserved for your private function. There is also an outdoor gazebo available for rent surrounded by 10,000 square feet of beautiful landscaping with formal gardens. An ideal area for wedding ceremonies and photo opportunities of all kinds including engagement photos and graduation pictures.
Address: 2477 Shawano Avenue
Driving Directions: From Green Bay, take Highway 29/32 west to Cardinal, turn right on Cardinal, left on Brantwood, left on River Grove, right onto Old Shawano Avenue, park is on the left.

St. Francis Park
The Fox River State Recreational Trail stretches 20 miles from downtown Green Bay to the Brown/Calumet County line. From the Trailhead, approximately 5.4 miles of the urban section of the trail is asphalt-paved. The southern portion of the trail south of Heritage Road allows horseback riding on bridle paths along side the trail corridor. A "Health Trail" along a portion of the Fox River Trail in Allouez provides trail users with an outdoor fitness challenge course. Also located in the Allouez section of the Fox River Trail is St. Francis Park. With its picturesque gazebo, restroom building and park benches overlooking the Fox River, St. Francis Park provides a relaxing resting spot for trail users and picnickers. Dogs are allowed on the trail on 5-foot leashes and owners must carry a waste pick-up device or bag with them when using the trail. Fox River Trail hours are 5 AM - 9 PM.

Way-Morr Park
This 32-acre park is located in a rural setting on the Branch River and has scenic wooded picnic areas complete with grills and picnic tables. Way-Morr Park's rental shelter is situated along the river and right next to a wonderful children's playground area, making it a popular choice for family reunions and other functions. Tennis courts and a baseball diamond also provide other opportunities for outdoor summer recreation at this park.
Address: Dickinson Road
Driving Directions: Take Hwy. "G" east from De Pere about 15 miles. Park is at intersection of Hwys. G (Dickinson Rd.) & Z (Park Rd.)

Wrightstown Park
This park situated along the Fox River features a boat launching ramp and docking facilities for a scenic tour along this historic waterway. Wrightstown Park provides a picturesque wooded setting for those seeking to relax or picnic along the River.
Driving Directions: Take Hwy. 57 south of De Pere approximately 6 miles to County Trunk "ZZ" to Wrightstown. Park is on east bank of the Fox River just south of the Village of Wrightstown.




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