Located along the west shore of the Bay of Green Bay, the L. H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve has 920 acres of forests, meadows, and wetlands where prehistoric Indian tribes once hunted, fished, and camped. Today, this natural area is the home and refuge for a wide variety of waterfowl, wildlife, and plant species. Over 9 miles of scenic hiking trails run through the marshes and forests of the preserve. They are also groomed for cross-country skiing in the winter months. All routes begin and end at the Interpretive Center.
A new 786-square-foot restroom was added into the existing Interpretive Center.
Other work included: Sitework, Exterior Concrete Sidewalk, Existing Restroom Remodels.