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Waukesha County : les meilleurs parcs

Trail
“Great hiking! There's also water for fishing or enjoying the views. Quite a few trail options. Medium-sized Wisconsin state park.”
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“Nashotah Park is a real gem. With hills, grasslands, wetlands, and woodlands-it has a little bit of something for everyone. It even has a dog exercise area. The fee for entrance if $5. ”
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“The park offers a beach; archery; hiking trails; picnics; bike trail off of park; fishing”
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“Great hiking, biking and jogging trails. There's a sand beach and clean swimming. I have snowshoes for you to use in the winter too. ”
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“Very cute downtown with plenty of great restaurants, shops, and lakefront benches. Swimming beach and boat rentals available.”
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Beach
“Swimming on Ottawa Lake. Nice sandy beach. Part of State Park. Admission $8/car with WI plates. $11/car out of state.”
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“huge park with lots of fun stuff - swings, slides, sand box, splash pad, gazebos, grills, balance beam, climbing tower, big kid play area, little kid play area, tons of green space, river, riverwalk, pond, fountain”
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“You can park on Main Street in Oconomoc and take a nice walk around the lake. You'll see some lovely lake homes, then you can take a look at all of the nice shops on Main Street.”
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“The Ice Age Trail is a National Scenic Trail located entirely within Wisconsin.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Fort Cushing Playground, an expansive and very popular play structure, is built like a giant fort. Very cool. Worth the drive to Delafield.”
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