|PADDLE BOARD #4 PASS for LEONARD J. YAHR COUNTY PARK - $31.68 USD
Leonard J. Yahr County Park
7999 Orchard Valley Road, West Bend, WI 53090
Town of Farmington
Park Hours: 6 AM - 9 PM
Park is open year-round
Washington County's newest park, Leonard J. Yahr County Park, opened August 14, 2007.Owned by the Carl Erler family since the late 1800's, the property was used as a sawmill that was eventually converted into a sulfur match factory in the late 1870's. In 1943, when Leonard and Ruth Yahr retained ownership, portions of the land were used as a dairy farm and later, as an apple orchard. The property was donated in 1999 by the Leonard J. Yahr family to the Washington County Planning and Parks Department for use as a County Park.
Located along the north shore of Erler Lake in the Town of Farmington, the 38 acre County Park provides many opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation.
• Swimming Beach (no lifeguard provided)
• Fishing Pier
• Lakefront Picnic Area
• Carry-in Only Boat Launch - no fee required
• Playground Equipment
• Heated Flush Restroom
• Hiking Trail
• 1 Reservable Shelter
• Prairie Area
• Kayaks (Available when renting the VRBO house)
• Paddle Boards
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Baja 100 Stand-Up Paddle Board
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
Park Map - Boat Lake Access (PDF)