Kishwauketoe Conservancy, Williams Bay

#54 of 77 in Wildlife in Wisconsin
Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
In 1989, motivated by citizen outcry against a proposed golf course, townhouse, condominium, and convention center complex, the Williams Bay Board of Trustees purchased the 230-acre site for preservation and established the Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy. It realized that this area is the largest intact wetland remaining in the watershed of Geneva Lake and needed to be protected, preserved, and enhanced.
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  • Had a great hike through the Conservancy on a sunny, snowy winter day. Not crowded and saw lots of bird life. We were puzzled by the apparent snowmobile trail cutting through it, bit fortunately none....  more »
  • We walked part of the trail on our family vacation with a 2 year old and a baby on a stroller. A few parts were a little hard with the stroller (had to carry up a few steps and a few muddy spots...  more »

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