Lac Lawrann Conservancy

Located in West Bend, this conservancy park is a beautiful and peaceful 104- acre natural area managed for nature study and passive outdoor recreation. The park boasts a bird list of 200 species, as well as 300 species of plants. Located at the confluence of two lobes of the Wisconsin glacier, the park presents several examples of interesting glacial landforms. As the glaciers retreated, they left moraines interspersed with steep-sided kettles formed as blocks of ice in the glacial debris melted. Other classic examples of glacial geology found here include a kame, esker and kettle lakes. There is a self-guided trail system that extends through or alongside tall grass prairie restorations, pine and hardwood forests, lake and wetlands.

Directions: Located at 300 Schmidt Road. Follow Hwy 33 east to Schmidt Road to the park entrance.

Lac Lawrann Conservancy map

Gazetteer: Page 39, A-4 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 88, A-1 (10th edition).

Phone: 262/335-5080 (West Bend Park and Rec).

Web site: Lac Lawrann Conservancy

Signature species: American Tree Sparrow, Chipping Sparrow, Swainson’s Thrush, Gray Catbird and Chestnut-sided Warbler.

Rare species: Northern Sawwhet Owl, Long-eared Owl, and Yellow-billed Cuckoo.

Parking: Parking lot.

Nearest food & lodging: West Bend.