Key Milwaukee

July 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Page 42 of 71 43 biking, in-line skating, walking and running. Ozaukee County The Glacial Drumlin Trail, East Kettle Moraine State For- est Southern Unit begins in Waukesha and the paved path leads you to Dousman through beautiful farmlands and glacial topography. Waukesha County Jump on the Eisenbahn State Trail in West Bend and bike all the way to Kewaskum along the Milwaukee River. Washington County K AYAKING Akerman's Grove State Park Seventy-three acre county park with a natural sandy beach and access to Little Cedar Lake. Washington County OUTDOOR NATURE CENTERS RiverEdge Nature Center in Newburg offers hands-on experiences in the nature center and boasts nearly 380 acres of wild Wisconsin - mature forests, prairies, ponds & the Milwaukee River. Washington County Fish Minnesota boasts of 10,000 lakes, but did you know Wisconsin has more than 15,000. And many of those great fishing lakes are in the Southeastern Wisconsin counties of Ke - nosha, Racine, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee and Milwaukee. Walleyes, northern pike, bass, various panfish and even the elusive musky are caught in Metro Mil- waukee's inland lakes. And charter boats from Kenosha to Port Washington daily take anglers into Lake Michigan in search of salm - on and several varieties of trout. Visit Q8Df30kvVgE to find all inland lake, river and Lake Michigan fishing experienc - es in Metro Milwaukee. Pewaukee Lake The western basin is better known for walleye, muskie and smallmouth, while largemouth and northern pike are the main species in the eastern basin. Waukesha County Last month Key Milwaukee packed a bright red Chevy Silverado with fishing gear and headed in search of walleyes. Our first stop was the Walleye Weekend Festival on Lake Winnebago (Wisconsin's largest lake), where we got fishing tips from Hall of Fame Angler Joe Bucher. We learned that a successful fisherman needs three things: knowledge, skill and effort. But we also had a blast exploring the terrain in our Silverado.

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