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Allenton and Theresa Marsh State Wildlife Area
Harrington Beach State Park
Schwengel Waterfowl Production Area
Kettle Moraine State Forest - Northern Unit, Ice Age Trail Visitor Center & Haskell Noyes Woods State Natural Area
Spruce Lake Bog State Natural Area - Norther Unit Kettle Moraine State Forest
Lion's Den Gorge Nature Preserve & Ulao Waterfowl Production Area
Kettle Moraine State Forest & Kettle Moraine Red Oaks State Natural Area
Jackson Marsh State Wildlife Area and State Natural Area
Milwaukee River Floodplain Forest State Natural Area
Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin
Havenwoods State Forest
Lakeshore State Park
Milwaukee Lake Shore Parks
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center & Doctor's Park
Southern Milwaukee County Parks
Urban Ecology Center & Milwaukee River Parks
Whitnall Park & Wehr Nature Center
Riveredge Nature Center
Evergreen Park
Kohler Andrae State Park & Kohler Park Dunes State Natural Area
Maywood - Ellwood H. May Environmental Park
North Point Park
Retzer Nature Center
Lac Lawrann Conservancy
Lizard Mound County Park


Port Washington Inn
One of the fringe benefits of moving to this location is getting to see and hear geese flying overhead throughout the year! Ducks are plentiful within the breakwater of Port Washington's harbor and it's fun to watch the ducklings. Many of our guests

Port Washington, Wisconsin
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Hidden Serenity Bed & Breakfast
Hidden serenity sits on 24 Acres of wooded land carved out by the glaciers from long ago. Wildlife is in abundance. Hearing the owls, watching the humming birds and Pileated woodpeckers perched on a tree trunk are just some of the outdoor highlights from the front porch.

West Bend, Wisconsin
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Wellspring B&B
Wellspring offers a quiet country setting, nestled in the Milwaukee River Valley with 36 acres of gardens and nature trails, woods and meadows, ponds and prairies, and an outdoor labyrinth. Over 80 species of birds have been identified on the grounds, which are also home to other wildlife. The space is known for its relaxing, calming and rejuvenating qualities, yet we are only 35 minutes from downtown Milwaukee.

West Bend, Wisconsin
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