WI Posted in Wisconsin June 27, 2016 by Laura 9 Boardwalks In Wisconsin That Will Make Your Summer Awesome Even though we aren’t on the ocean, Wisconsin still has some boardwalks. Here are some that you should check out. 1. Crescent Beach Boardwalk (Algoma) Ken Lund/Flickr This boardwalk goes right down the Lake Michigan shoreline. It's a 1/2 mile long and is made from recycled plastic lumber. 2. Horicon Marsh (Horicon) chumlee10/Flickr This boardwalk makes you feel like you are on the water. In fact, the boardwalk is floating on the water. 3. Superior Randen Pederson/Flickr This beautiful boardwalk is right off of Lake Superior. It goes from the Marina Drive causeway to Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve building. 4. Spruce Lake Bog (Fond du Lac County) Joshua Mayer/Flickr This natural area was designated in 1968. It is located in Kettle Moraine State Forest (northern unit). 5. Huiras Lake (Fredonia) Joshua Mayer/Flickr This is a 21 acre lake, with a natural area of 113 acres. A boardwalk runs over the swampy areas. 6. Pleasant Valley Conservancy (Black Earth) Joshua Mayer/Flickr This oak savanna area is actually extremely rare. A boardwalk extends into the marsh area. 7. Lake Wingra Boardwalk (Madison) Richard Hurd/Flickr The boardwalk is located right long the shores of Lake Wingra. It offers wonderful views of water activities. 8. Big Bay State Park (La Pointe) Wisconsin DNR/Flickr Madeline Island is a wonderful place to hike. This gorgeous boardwalk is 1.3 miles long. 9. Sheboygan Riverway (Sheboygan) Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources/Flickr There is a true boardwalk right among the riverfront in Sheboygan. A leisurely stroll down it gives you amazing views of the lake. Have you been to any of these boardwalks?