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Lily Lake

This beautiful wooded park includes a 40-acre lake which is a popular destination for local fishermen. An overhead shelter is available for picnickers and for special events. This park features a boat launch for non-motorized watercraft. Electric motors are allowed. There are two fishing piers that provide ADA access for anglers. Catch of the day includes panfish and small mouth bass. Good luck!

Click here for boat launch fee information.

Click here for locations to purchase an annual boat launch pass.

Lily Lake offers a beautiful gazebo for rent for picturesque weddings and photos for all occasions.

Click here for rental information.


Brown County Planning Commission staff has completed a lake management plan (Phase II) of Lily Lake. Funding for this study was provided in part by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources through a Large-Scale Lake Planning Grant.

The Lily Lake Comprehensive Management Plan (LLCMP) is a planning document which focuses on proper land use planning for protecting the long-term health of a lake. In addition to the traditional land use and ordinance analyses completed in the planning process, the LLCMP involved onsite water sampling, fishery studies, aquatic vegetation inventories, upland plant inventories, and park facilities analysis. It establishes a baseline for the overall “health” of Lily Lake and provides management recommendations to assure the protection and “enhancement” of existing water quality.

To view the complete plan, click here.

To view the executive summary, click here.

Address: 3897 Lily Lake Road, Green Bay WI 54311

Driving Directions: From Green Bay, go east on Highway 29 to Lily Lake Road, then turn right (south) on Lily Lake Road, park is straight ahead. About 11 miles from Green Bay.



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