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Brown County WI - Parks and Campgrounds


Visit and stay at one of the many parks located in Brown County. One popular stop is Bay Shore Park located nine miles north of Green Bay along the eastern shore. There are 100 sites and showers are available. Another nice stop would be Wrightstown Park and provides access to the historic Fox River


Bayshore Park
Bay Shore Park, situated atop the Niagara Escarpment, offers a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay. Scenic hiking trails follow the ledge of the escarpment - a geologic formation created 400 million years ago by an ancient sea.


Lilly Lake Park
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.


Neshota Park
Set in a river bottom, Neshota Park,s scenery includes steep valleys and wooded hills. The park proides hiking opportunities and fishing in the Neshota River


Pamperin Park
The largest developed park in Brown County, Pamperin park provides large picnic and playground areas.


St. Francis Park
With its picturesque gazebo, restroom building and park benches overlooking the Fox River, St. Francis Park provides a relaxing resting spot for trail users and picnickers.


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


Wequiock Falls Park
Though its the smallest park in Brown County, a large ravine here features the Wequiock Cascades, a 30 foot Niagra 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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