Bristol Woods County Park & Pringle Nature Center
Bristol Woods County Park is a natural area park with woods and hiking trails. It is also the home of the Pringle Nature Center that offers wildlife exhibits, monthly bird walks, and some nature programming. The Hoy Audubon Society of Racine operates the center in conjunction with the county. The park is a good place for a picnic and a few hours of good birding. While enjoying the woods, you might find Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers, White-breasted Nuthatches, and Brown Creepers.
Directions: From I-94 southwest of
Kenosha, exit west on Cty Q two miles
to Cty MB, then north .05 mile to the
Gazetteer: Page 31, D-5 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 95, E-7 (10th edition).
Signature species: Indigo Bunting, Song Sparrow, and Blue Jay.
Rare Species: Field Sparrow and Bobolink.
Seasonality: Open all year.
Parking: Parking lot.
Nearest food & lodging: Bristol.