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"Red Bridge" built in 1867, stands
in Covered Bridge Park as the last of more
than 40 covered bridges that once stood in
Wisconsin. The 12 acre park offers scenic
picnicking and fishing on Cedar Creek. Grills
are located throughout the park. Take Hwy.
143 north from Cedarburg to its intersection
with hwy. 60 and Covered Bridge Road. Follow
Covered Bridge Road to the park. Picnic tables,
wayside park on the Milwaukee River is a scenic
spot for picnicking and fishing. Take Hwy.
33 in Saukville to Cty. W. Go north on Cty.
W to the park. Picnic tables.
Hills park-This park features an
18 hole golf course and clubhouse, picnic
areas and a nature trail through the woods.
The historic Pioneer Village, a group of restored
buildings including a barn, train station
and farmhouse is located on the north edge
of the park. Take Hwy. 33 northwest of Saukville
to Cty. I Go north on Cty. I three miles to
the park. Picnic tables, hiking, nature trails,
cross-country skiing, golf.
Park Golf Course-Visitors
can play 18 holes of golf, fish in the park's
lagoon, or take a walk on the short nature
trail. Take I-43 to Mequon Road and go west.
Go north at hwy. 57 and follow it to Bonniwell
Road. Picnic tables, toilets, cross-country
skiing, baseball, golf.
location on the bluffs of Lake Michigan makes
for a pleasant picnic. A portion of the park's
66 acres is left undisturbed as a nature preserve.
Take I-43 to Mequon Road and go east. Go south
on lake Shore Road to the park. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, toilets, baseball, volleyball,
Park-This park is a quiet spot to
camp, fish, and picnic along the Milwaukee
River. Six campsites and canoe access to the
river are available. Take Hwy. 57 to Cty.
H in Fredonia. Picnic tables, outhouses, tent
sites, trailer sites, baseball, tennis, playground,