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General Information

The purpose of Park Management is to enrich the quality of life in Brown County through a comprehensive system of open space and outdoor recreational facilities with an emphasis on natural resources, recreation and outdoor education.

Park activities include conservancy and wildlife management; educational programs, wildlife observation blinds and lookout tower; hiking, mountain biking, skiing, equestrian, and snowmobile trails; boat launching; picnic, playgrounds, pet exercise, disc golf, camping, and shelter rentals; festivals and special events including the county fair; state recreational trails; and a rifle range. Parks managed include Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve/Ft. Howard Paper Foundation Wildlife Area (915 acres), Bay Shore Park (81 acres), the Fairgrounds (36 acres), Lily Lake (124 acres), Neshota Park (257 acres), Pamperin Park (74 acres), the Reforestation Camp (1543 acres), Fonferek's Glen (74 acres), and the Mountain-Bay (13.5 miles) and Fox River (19.6 miles) State Recreational Trails.

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Bird City Conservation Project
Communities have been recognized, as Bird City conservation project enters its second year. The bird city project is a modeled after the successful “Tree City USA” program. Communities, like Brown County, submitted an application demonstrating our conservation, education, and on-going efforts to preserve habitat in a way that is beneficial to birds.

Brown County met several of 22 criteria across five categories, including habitat creation and protection, community forest management, limiting hazards, public education, and recognizing International Migratory Bird Day.

For more information about the program you can view the website by clicking the below Bird City Wisconsin logo. Bird City Wisconsin stresses the economic incentive for communities to practice conservation. The EPA estimates that more than half of all U.S. adults hunt, fish, bird watch or photograph wildlife, spending a total of $59.5 billion annually, and that the value derived from the observation and photography of wetland-dependent birds alone is at least $10 billion a year!

Contact:  Brown County Park Management Office
Phone: (920) 448-6242
Fax: (920) 448-4054
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Mailing Address:  1150 Bellevue Street, Room 151
Green Bay WI 543302
Physical Address:  1150 Bellevue Street, Room 151
Green Bay WI 54302
Hours:  Monday through Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm (Hours May Vary for Park Office. Please Call (920) 448-6242 To Confirm Hours Before Making Your Visit)
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