Walk along the boardwalk at Nagawaukee Park

Rate this Adventure 1 miles 20 ft gain  - Loop Trail

Added by Andy Merkel

One of Waukesha County's parks located right on Nagawicka Lake offers breathtaking views at sunset!

A great park that you can park nearby the lake (down by the boat launch), or park in the designated parking lot and take the boardwalk down to the lake, you can't go wrong with these views.

There is a looped trail that goes from the boat launch, along the lake all the way to the beach. This a great area that you can start your view of the gorgeous sunset and then slowly meander back to the car and enjoy the show that the sunset will put on! 

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Fishing
Photography
Kayaking
Hiking
Beach
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Forest
Lake
Picnic Area
Romantic
Scenic

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