Discover a New Park in Green Bay
As much of America knowns, Green Bay is famous for it’s hometown team, the Green Bay Packers. However, there is so much more to Green Bay than football. Here, it’s all about the hidden treasures just waiting to be discovered. Green Bay is an exceptionally beautiful city surrounded by nature, providing ample opportunity for all varieties of explorers to get outside and enjoy Wisconsin’s unique beauty. With thousands of acres dedicated to natural spaces, today is a great day to discover the many wonderful parks of Green Bay. Book your room at our historic Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast today, then get outside in search of your favorite park.
Find your Park
Whether you’re looking for a park with rugged biking or hiking terrain, a place to quietly observe nature, or a relaxing stroll through manicured parks and gardens, Green Bay has plenty to offer you. Certainly one of the most interesting and beautiful places to visit in Green Bay are the distinctive landscapes along the Niagara Escarpment, the hallmark of which are jagged, steep bluffs. For this, you’ll want to head to Bay Shore Park, which hugs the shoreline along the Bay of Green Bay. This beautiful park offers visitors a breathtaking view of the Bay of Green Bay, as well as scenic hiking trails that follow the ledge of the escarpment. Another popular place to see hints of the Niagara Escarpment is the waterfall at Fonferek’s Glen. This 74-acre park features a 30’ waterfall, limestone cliffs, and a stone archway. For some rugged hiking and biking trails, Green Bay’s Reforestation Camp is a must.
Nature Lovers will enjoy the 6 miles of interesting trails at the Cofrin Memorial Arboretum, all great for hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing. Visitors to this park can expect to encounter forests, prairies, ponds, and creeks, as well as an estimated 45 mammal species and more than 200 resident and migratory bird species. Wildlife enthusiasts won’t want to miss the stunning 925 acre Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve. Nine miles of scenic trails will lead you through varied habitat, including forest, meadows and wetlands. Since the years of inception, over 200 different species of birds and wildlife have been recorded here. Finally, a nature lover’s visit to Green Bay would not be complete without visiting the Green Bay Botanical Garden, which features an incredible array of flowers, trees, and natural spaces, all designed to capture the unique beauty of northeast Wisconsin’s four distinct and wonderful seasons. This spring is a great time to explore any one of these great parks in Green Bay. Book your room at our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast today, and find the park that best speaks to you.