Evergreen Park is one of three county parks in this area, making for a diverse combination of habitats that draw in many species of birds. It is located just east of Lake Michigan and attracts large numbers of songbirds during migration. The park contains mostly evergreens, but the Pigeon River cuts through the park offering grassy banks with some shrubbery that attracts flycatchers, White-crowned, Clay-colored and Harris sparrows, and wading birds. In the hardwood areas, look for warblers of all types. Evergreen is contiguous with Maywood Park, and Quarry Park is located across the street.
Directions: From I-43, take Exit #128 (Hwy 42) south for 1 mile to Mueller Road to Evergreen Park.
Gazetteer: Page 47, B-7 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 81, C-5 (10th edition).
Web site: City of Sheboygan Parks
Signature species: Screech, Barred, and Great-horned Owls.
Rare species: Hooded Warbler, Veery, and Yellow-bellied Woodpecker.
Seasonality: Open all year.
Parking: Parking lot.
Nearest food & lodging: Sheboygan.