Lily Lake County Park
At 150-acres, Lily Lake Park is small but beautiful. The 40-acre lake is a favorite fishing destination for electric motor boats only, making for a quiet birding spot. The park offers a sheltered picnic area and an accessible fishing pier. The forest has showy wildflower displays in the spring. There’s also a nice tamarack bog and rolling hills to explore. Look in flooded fields around the park in spring for migrating shorebirds.
Directions: Located 11 miles east of Green Bay. From Green Bay, go east on Highway 29 to Lily Lake Road, then turn right (south) on Lily Lake Road, park is straight ahead.
Gazetteer: Page 56, A-12 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 72, A-4 (10th edition).
Phone: 920/448-4466 (Brown County Parks).
Web site: Brown County Lily Lake Park
Signature Species: Common Loon, Sandhill Crane, Water Pipit, and Willow Flycatcher.
Rare Species: Willet, Marbled Godwit, Ruff, and Gryfalcon.
Seasonality: Open all year.
Parking: Parking lot.
Nearest food & lodging: Green Bay.