Golden soybean fields line the highway. Red and yellow maple leaves blanket the grass, and the woods smell damp and spicy like a hot cup of tea. Savor all of autumn's sights and smells by taking a walk in one of these Waukesha area parks.
If you want a casual hike close to home, this park is for you. It borders the Fox River and boasts a variety of features including a pond, paved trails along the river, wetland areas, wooded trails, and a nature center.
This local treasure is the perfect place to enjoy fall. With over 20 miles of trails, you can hike to your heart’s content. Trudge through the oaks and maple trees or enjoy the fall colors from the boardwalk.
In this historic park, hike the Bugline Trail—once an old railroad track—visit the archery range, or choose from a variety of trails through hardwood forests, grassy hills, and marshland.
This spot has a little bit of everything. Hike through wetlands and woods, or go hunting, fishing, or canoeing on the lake. There’s even a trail for ATV's and Dirt Bikes.
Hike this boardwalk surrounded by tranquil marshland and admire the Bark River.
Walking regularly helps your body and mind stay healthy through the winter. Keep your teeth healthy by scheduling your next dental appointment.