The Naga Waukee Park can be found north of I-94 and it covers a great expanse of land between the shores of Nagawicka Lake and Pewaukee Lake. It features a wide range of topographical features which were created during the glacial age and it gives the park a lovely scenery. You are going to enjoy mind-blowing views of Nagawicka Lake as you wander down the boardwalk to the beach or boat launch. The park is filled with a plethora of hiking trails which offers picturesque views and a great chance to take pictures. The park also houses numerous wildlife species and it is a great spot to go if you want to try out bird-spotting activities as you will find numerous species of birds. There are also lots of activities that you can try out and they are listed below.
Description of the park
Naga Waukee Park is among the eight Waukesha County Parks and it can be found not far from the freeway along the Ice Age Trail. You can simply stroll through the short wooded trails and the long boardwalks to the beach at Nagawicka Lake. The beach features a lovely little playground that you can have fun with your family. You can also simply head to the paved Lake Country Trail or the Ice Age trail located on the southern part of the park. You are also going to find an enormous multipurpose field which is a great spot for kite flying or just allows your little ones to roam in the open.
The park is not far from Lake Nagawicka where you can try out numerous watersports such as sailing, swimming, waterskiing, fishing, canoeing, and boating. The park also features 5 reserved group sites and 33 family sites that are available for overnight camping if you are looking for a unique experience. The park is also filled with lots of playground equipment for kids. You can also visit the park during the winter for sledging and cross-country skiing.
The trail highlights
While exploring the trails, you are going to find a lake, playground, picnic area, and a great viewpoint for enjoying stunning views. You should also note that the hike down the boardwalk to the beach can be slippery during the winter and rainy period.
You can explore the trail any time of the year and the surface of the trail is filled with dirt which means it is not stroller friendly. The park also has a water fountain where you can drink water after a long hike. The park is not pet-friendly and there is emergency support just 5 miles from the park.
The fee to make use of the park is $5 or you can make use of your annual Waukesha County Parks sticker.
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