Fall Colors at the Towers

 

The Sheboygan area is fortunate enough to have two observation towers where you can see for miles! The pictures I’ve seen from summer are breathtaking. I can only image how spectacular it is at the change of the season, when all the fall colors are at their peak!

 

Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park & Tower

Broughton Sheboygan Marsh Park is an 80-ft, newly-opened, wooden observation tower that is the tallest in the state and provides a spectacular view of the Marsh. Experience the beautiful wildlife, landscape and recreational opportunities, such as access to the Sheboygan County snowmobile trail system, rowboat/canoe rentals, fishing, golfing, campsites, picnic areas, and a full menu restaurant.

Parnell Tower

Parnell Tower is the highest point of elevation in the Kettle Moraine State Forest. At 60-feet tall, this tower offers a panoramic view of the surrounding forest up to 25 miles. After you see the area from above, hike the 3.5-mile trail that also overlaps part of the Ice Age National Trail.

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