Connect with Milwaukee’s urban rivers
Located at a lovely bend in the river, Turtle Park is a transition between the hardscape downtown Riverwalk and the 800-acre natural river valley upstream!
Koch Woodlands is a quaint, 2.5-acre site. This birding hotspot has a short hiking trail loop though a wooden refuge.
A conservation property, River Hills is a five-acre ephemeral wetland in the Village of River Hills.
Thanks to easements secured from local landowners, this trails is located on the West bank of the Milwaukee River, where the Estabrook Dam was removed.
Milwaukee River Greenway
Sometimes called Milwaukee’s Central Park, the Milwaukee River Greenway is 800 acres of river valley protected within a mile of downtown.
Once home to an abandoned railroad, this important environmental corridor offers hiking, birding, paddling, fishing and botanizing.
East Bank Trail
Once home to an abandoned railroad, this important environmental cooridor offers hiking, birding, paddling, fishing and botanizing.