Park the car or walk straight into one of the best-kept secrets in all of Southeast Wisconsin. Here you can find so many relaxing ways to leave the world behind. Enjoy the rolling creeks and calm ponds, or marvel a lush vegetation with fun names such as Wild Geranium, Angelica, Tall Meadow Rue, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, and May Apple. Stroll along a boardwalk that hovers above a wetland. Explore the oak woods, deciduous forest, and vast prairie. Walk, run or simply meander through the property that spans 231 acres, and reinvent yourself in nature. Uncover the unexpected on one of the many trails taking you through various areas of mindfully planted species of sedges, grasses, and hardwood trees. Explore this 231 acre parcel and discover its wonderful diversity. There are wetlands at the South end across from the beach as well as another in the northeast section. Over 4 miles of trails are laid out to bring people closer to the various communities on the property. Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy is located in Wiliams Bay, WI directly north of the Williams Bay beach. The main entrance is at 251 Elkhorn Rd (aka Hwy 67), just south of Hwy. 50.