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Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve
Located along the west shore of Green Bay, the L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve has 920 acres of forest, meadows and wetlands where prehistoric Indian tribes once hunted, fished, and camped.

Bay Shore Park
Cecil Depeau Bay Shore Park, situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, offers a breathtaking view of the bay of Green Bay. Bay Shore Park has a wooded campground available April through October.


Brown County Fairgrounds
Located along the west shore of the Fox River, the Brown County Fairgrounds is home to the annual Brown County Fair.

Brown County Park & Pet Exercise Area
Brown County Park creates a scenic wooded setting for those seeking an area for picnicking and relaxing. It is also home to the Brown County Pet Exercise Area for dogs.


Brown County Rifle Range
Located within the Reforestation Camp, the Rifle Range is open to the public in the fall season just prior to hunting season.

Fonferek's Glen
Fonferek's Glen is a 74-acre geological gem featuring a 30-foot waterfall, limestone cliffs and stone archway.

Fox River State Recreational Trail
This 20 mile State Recreational Trail begins in downtown Green Bay and runs south to Brown/Calumet County line.

Lily Lake Park
This beautiful wooded park includes a 40-acre lake which is a popular destination for local fishermen.

Mountain-Bay State Recreational Trail
This 83-mile State Recreational Trail stretches from the Village of Howard to the eastern end of Wausau.

Neshota Park
Alan Dewane Neshota Park, located where the Neshota River is joined by the King Creek, has 260 acres of riverbed, steeply sloped valleys, and wooded hills.


Pamperin Park
Scenic T. A. Pamperin Park is the largest developed park in the Brown County Park System. With its beautiful picnic areas, playground, and historic stone pavilion, Pamperin Park is a popular destination for family reunions, weddings, and special events.

Pet Exercise Area - Brown County Park
This Pet Exercise Area is located within Brown County Park and offers leashed, unleashed areas to let your pets run.


Reforestation Camp
With almost 1,600 acres, the Reforestation Camp offers miles of wooded trails and a variety of outdoor activities for every age. An observation tower allows one to look out over the NEW Zoo, which is located within the Reforestation Camp.

St. Francis Park
Situated along the Fox River Trail with a picturesque gazebo and park benches overlooking the water, this little park provides a relaxing resting stop for trail users and picnickers.

Suamico Boat Landing
Situated on the Suamico River, the Suamico Boat Landing provides fishing and boating access to the west shore of Green Bay.

Way-Morr Park
This 32-acre park is located in a rural setting on the Branch River and has lovely wooded picnic areas complete with grills and picnic tables.

Wequiock Falls
Wequiock Falls, one of Brown County's smaller parks, contains a large ravine featuring a close-up inspection of the Niagara Escarpment rock formation.

Wrightstown Park
This park situated along the Fox River features a boat launching ramp and docking facilities for a scenic tour along this historic waterway.
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