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NOTE: HENSCHKE HILLSIDE BOAT LAUNCH ACCESS ON SILVER LAKE WILL BE CLOSED ON WEEKDAYS (4 TO 6 WEEKS) POSSIBLY UNTIL END OF SEPTEMBER - THE LAUNCH WILL BE OPEN ON SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS. WE ARE SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
NOTICE: Starry Stonewort Dredging Project at Henschke Hillside Lake Access on Silver Lake - Starry Stonewort is a highly disruptive invasive species. A company will be dredging parts of the lake to remove the plants using scuba divers. Please be respectful and keep safe distances from the equipment and pipes for your safety and the safety of the workers.


ACKERMAN'S GROVE - BOAT LAUNCH ON LITTLE CEDAR LAKE
The boat launch on Little Cedar Lake will be CLOSED for 3 days starting Monday, August 19th thru Wednesday, August 21st for a small invasive species removal project. A dredging/scuba team will be using a DASH unit to remove Starry Stonewort, a very invasive and fast spreading plant that was recently discovered near the launch. Remember to check your boat and trailers and pull off weeds and wipe off mud/sediment to stop the spread of these invasive species.

PADDLE BOARD #2 PASS for GLACIER HILLS COUNTY PARK - $31.68 USD

PADDLE BOARD #2 PASS for GLACIER HILLS COUNTY PARK
Glacier Hills County Park
1664 Friess Lake Rd.,
Hubertus, WI 53033

Park Hours: 6 AM - 10 PM
Park is open year-round

Glacier Hills County Park is located on what geologists term an interlobate moraine. Between ten and twenty thousand years ago, the Green Bay and Lake Michigan Glacier Lobes butted against each other. When they receded, approximately 10,000 years ago, they left the interesting and unique landform we call the Kettle Moraine.


Glacier Hills County Park, originally developed as St. Amelians Orphanage Youth Camp, became a Washington County Park in 1976. The park consists of 140 acres of land and includes approximately 1200 feet of frontage on Friess Lake.

The gravel soil, deposited as a result of glacial action, supports a forest of oaks, maples, basswood, ironwood, elm and birch. Over 120 varieties of birds have been observed in the park.

Glacial formations can be seen along the trails that wind around depressions called kettles, across rounded kames, and over a sinewy esker that was once the bed of a subglacial river. The rounded pebbles and gravel soil, typical of the interlobate moraine area, are indicative of the powerful grinding force of the glacier. Ponds, marshes,and a bog can be found at the base of several of the kettle holes. Friess Lake was formed from the melting of a giant ice block left by the receding glacier.

Park Amenities:
• Playground Equipment
• Historical Site
• Basketball Court
• Fishing
• Hiking Trails
• 4 Reservable Shelters
• Lighted Parking Areas
• Lighted Sled Hill (not designed for use by small children)
• Snowmobile Trail Access
• Heated Flush Restrooms
• Cross Country Ski Trail (trail is not groomed)
• Sand Volleyball Court (provide own ball and net)
• Swimming (no lifeguard provided)
• Kayaks (Also available when renting the VRBO house)
• Paddle Boards
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Read More regarding Paddle Board Information
Baja 100 Stand-Up Paddle Board

Product Overview
Versatile enough to dig in or go to achieve total zen, the stylish Pelican BAJA 100 stand up paddle board (SUP) is the perfect choice for any level of paddlers. Made of RAM-XS, it is extremely rigid and durable. This very stable SUP features an anti-slip cushioned deck for secure footing and comfort, an elastic bungee cord to store your personal items, a bottle holder, a 5 in. flexible rubber fin and carrying handles for easy transport.
• Length 10 ft.
• Beam 31 in.
• Weight 47 lbs.
• Max. capacity 230 lbs.
• Hull material RAM-XS
• Height 5.6 in.
• Anti-slip cushioned deck pad for secure footing
• Elastic bungee cord
• Lay-down and upright bottle holder
• 5 in. flexible rubber fin
• Carrying handles
• Paddle sold separately
• Weight: Approximately: 50 pounds

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Park Map - Boat Lake Access (PDF)