I visited Wequiock Falls Park yesterday.  It’s right off Hwy. 57 about 10 miles north of Green Bay.  If you look closely, you can see it from the highway.  I discovered a lovely waterfall and a park to explore.  It’s a great place to stop as you head north.  

When I arrived, I viewed the waterfall from above the bridge, and what an amazing sight it is!  I then took the path to the base of the waterfall below.  It truly is a hidden gem! 

The falls source comes from Lake Michigan.  The cave area is part of the Niagara Escarpment.  The Niagara Escarpment runs through many states all the way to Niagara Falls.


3426 Bay Settlement Road, Green Bay

The view from the old bridge.  The rock formation is very unique!

Looking up from the path along the side of the falls.  You can walk the rocks and get very close to the waterfall.

This is where the water passes through.

The park!

Jean Nicolet’s statue looks over the park.


Courtesy:  Wikipedia

If you stop, you should also check it out in the winter.   I can’t wait to see the waterfall frozen in time!


Posted by:  Jill

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