Hike & Kayak at Pike Lake

July 20 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Hike & Kayak at Pike Lake

Explore Pike Lake on land and water! Discover the geology and flora of the Kettle Moraine as you hike up Powder Hill, the second highest point in southeastern Wisconsin, for a beautiful panoramic view. Then, splash into a kayak and navigate the shoreline as you look for fish and turtles in the underwater world below. No experience? No problem! We’ll have you paddling like a pro in no time! We’ll provide kayaks, paddles, and life jackets. Don’t forget your sunscreen, hat, water, and enthusiasm. We will use single person kayaks. State Park pass is required and not included in the fee.

Meet at Kettle Moraine State Forest Pike Lake Unit (address below).

Ages 10+ | Children must be accompanied by an adult

Members*: $55 | Non-members: $65

Pre-registration required by July 18 at 11:55 pm.

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July 20 @ 1:00 pm 5:00 pm

3585 Kettle Moraine Scenic Dr
Slinger, Wisconsin 53086 United States
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Tea & Topics: Lizard Mounds & the Ancient Effigy Mounds of WI

November 10 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Tea & Topics: Lizard Mounds & the Ancient Effigy Mounds of WI with Bob Birmingham

Join historian, Bob Birmingham in person or on Zoom, to learn more about Lizard Mound State Park. The 22-acre site was designated Wisconsin’s newest state park in April, 2022. It contains 28 Native American effigy mounds which were built by Late Woodland tribes from 800 – 1,500 years ago. The earthen sculptures were built to resemble spirits or animals and were generally used for burying the dead.  Bring your questions and your lunch if you’d like for this live & on Zoom program about a park worth visiting.

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