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18 July 2020

Port Washington Wisconsin



I spent part of 4 days in the Port Washington area of Wisconsin in July 2020. My quest was simply to get away from the Missouri heat and be near a large body of water. I was not disappointed.

There are several parks along the waterfront, including this one, which I visited on my last day in the area.

I will add a few photos below along with links to the other nearby areas.




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Indian Mound at Sheboygan Wisconsin



When I saw the sign for the Indian Mound park, I turned off for a visit. It is worth a visit if you enjoy American history and wooded trails.

There are 15 acres in this woodland. The burial mounds date from around 550 to 750 CE.



I took this photo of one of the mounds. If you look at the top of the photo, you can see the rounded top of the mound.



There is an example of what they found in a mound but it is difficult to see.






It was raining on the day I visited. The trails are easy to identify but one of the longer trails was blocked by a fallen tree. Anyway, I appreciated the park.



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Sheboygan Waterfront



I walked along the Sheboygan waterfront from Deland Park to markers of nearby shipwrecks. This is the view from where I sat under a tree reading a book.

The park itself has the remains of an old boat, the Lottie Cooper. You can see it behind the sign.




Lottie Cooper video from my YouTube Travel Channel, SuttonTravels


Along the waterfront I turned right and walked past the marina.


If interested, here is a video of the marina and ducks from my YouTube Travel channel SuttonTravels.






Going back the other direction and north along the coast, you pass a beach and see signs about ill fated ships.





What to do
Walk along the waterfront
Enjoy the sandy beach - it looks pretty good
There are places to have a picnic, which I did
Important note - there are toilets
There is a playground
There's more



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