County parks, campgrounds, detailed county
map, and lake maps
County Map-PDF file
of detailed Kewaunee county map
Park-Heavily wooded and somewhat
isolated this two acre park giives anglers
a good spot to fish on the dam of Silver Creek.
Though the facilities are limited to a few
picnic tabbles and grills, the scenery makes
for a peaceful summer picnic. In the winter
snowmobilers will find access to the county's
snowmobile trail system. From Algoma take
Fremont Street west to Willow Road. Turn north
to the park. Picnic tables, picnic shelter,
Alaska Lake Park-Boat landing on
Alaska Lake, where anglers catch pan fish
year-round. From Algoma take Hwy. 54 west
to County D. Turn south and travel about 3
1/2 miles to 7th Road, Travel east to the
landing. Outhouses, boat landing.
Lake Park-This one acre park provides
boaters and anglers with access to Heidmann's
Lake, a small inland lake. There are two picnic
tables and grills. From Kewaunee thake Hwy.
42 south to the southern county line. Turn
west on County BB. Continue eight miles to
Hwy. Q. Turn north and travel 1 mile to Bolt
Road. Then turn west and go 1/2 mile to the
park.. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.
57 Wayside Park-Located
on a primary route to Door county, this park
offers travelers a spot to rest and picnic.
Facilities include a picnic table and a grill
Lake Park- Fishing for pan fish and
boating are the primary activities at this
two acre park five miles southwest of Algoma,
though this lake is also used for summer swimming.
The park provides one grill but no tables.
From Algoma, take Hwy. 42 south to County
K. Turn west and travel two miles to County
Kk. Turn south and continue to the park. Toilets,
swimming, boat landing.
River Park-The parks location on
Green Bay and the RTed River primarily attracts
boaters and anglers in search of the Bay's
perch. A small sand beach can be used for
swimming, and picnic facilities iclude a shelter,
picnic tables and grills. From Green Bay take
Hwy. 57 north. Continue two miles past Dyckesville.
The park will be on the left. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, toilets, swimming, beach,
baseball, playground, boat landing.
Lake Park-Fishing, ice fishing ang
boating are the primary activities of this
two acre park on Shea's Lake, a small inland
lake in the southwest corner of Kewaunee County.
Visitors who don't have their own boat can
rent one from nearby facilities. Picnic tables
are limited to one table and a grill. From
Kewaunee take Hwy. 42 north yo yhe southern
county line. Turn west on Cty. BB Continue
8 miles to Cty. Q Turn north and travel 2
miles to Cty. KB. Turn west and go 1/2 mile
to the park. Picnic table, outhouses, boat
Alaska Lake Park- Ice fishing is
popular at this park on Alaska lake, where
anglers will find mostly pan fish. Only electric
motors are allowed on the lake. The park also
has a swimming beach, two picnic tables and
a grill. From Algoma, thake Hwy. 54 west to
Cty. D. Go south on D about 3 1/2 miles. Picnic
tables, outhoues, swimming, beach,, boat landing.