Tiny But Mighty, The Smallest Urban Park In Wisconsin Is A Hidden Gem Worth Exploring
By Ben Jones|Published November 03, 2022
Ben Jones is at heart an adventurer who delights in inspiring others. A former reporter and photojournalist, he explored towns large and small as a Wisconsin correspondent for USA Today. He later became a lead photographer and senior copywriter for an award-winning destination marketing agency, before founding Boldland Creative, a company that produces photography, video, and other content for travel destinations. Jones has completed photography and content projects in more than 15 states and when he’s not looking through a camera or at his Macbook you’ll find him exploring the world’s lakes and forests.
There are parks in Wisconsin that seemingly go on forever. Some parks cover thousands of acres and are laced with miles of trails and endless vistas. Kaszube’s Park is not one of those places. This tiny Milwaukee park is one of the smallest parks in Wisconsin – it’s smaller than a city residential lot. But this little hidden gem of a park has an interesting story tied to Milwaukee’s early days, and it’s worth seeking out.
There’s a lot more parkland to discover in the Milwaukee area. Learn more about the city’s parks on the Visit Milwaukee website. If you’re up for an even bigger adventure, the 135-mile Oak Leaf trail just high be your ticket to Milwaukee.
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