5 Strolls to Take Around Milwaukee Now That the Weather Is Warming Up

With the beautiful weather this week, we thought you might enjoy a relaxing stroll.

1. Oak Leaf Trail

108 MILES

This 108-mile recreational trail encircles Milwaukee County. On this trail, you will see nature reserves, woodland parks, a section for wildlife along the lakefront and the buildings of downtown Milwaukee. 

2. Lakeshore State Park 

500 N. HARBOR DR. 

Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Lakeshore State Park gives Milwaukee residents a beautiful view of Lake Michigan and the skyline of downtown Milwaukee. Whether it’s going fishing or on a run, this park makes getting outdoors easy and fun.  

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3. Three Bridges Park 

TWO MILES OF ACCESSIBLE BIKING & WALKING TRAILS

Three Bridges Park is located in the Menomonee River Valley in the urban setting of Milwaukee. This park offers a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city, with access to the river for fishing a well as walking and biking paths.  

4. Lake Park 

3233 E. KENWOOD BLVD. 

A Milwaukee gem since 1889, Lake Park looks over Lake Michigan and has beautiful trails leading to the North Point Lighthouse. Golfing is available as well. Grab your family and take some sunset pictures during golden hour. 

5. Milwaukee Rotary Centennial Arboretum

1449 E. PARK PL. 

Often called an “urban oasis”, the Milwaukee Arboretum is a 40-acre landmark that combines Riverside Park and Milwaukee River giving the community access to a beautiful green space. The Arboretum provides the Milwaukee community with not only a natural habitat but an outdoor classroom with the opportunity to learn.  

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