Wequoick Falls Green Bay, WI
Wequiock Falls Green Bay is one of Brown County’s small roadside parks. A wonderful stop-off between Green Bay and Door County, WI.
|General:||Small roadside park with a 25-foot waterfall, Nicolet Statue, history signs from around the area, a picnic table, and an old water hand pump. Dogs are allowed on leash.|
|Address:||3426 Bay Settlement Rd, Green Bay, WI 54311.|
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You can view the falls in various places around the park. There is a set of stone stairs to a viewing platform on a bridge, from there you can make your way to the bottom of the gorge.
Best Time To Visit
After A Heavy Rainfall: Most people visit this park during the spring and summer after a rainstorm to see the falls roaring. They are the perfect, shortstop off to stretch your legs after heavy rain. The water flows extra heavy, then.
More often than not during the summer months, you will find a slow trickle or a dry bed.
Winter: The winter months for me, are equally beautiful. For each month, the falls take on a new, frozen shape.
During the winter months, the falls are nothing short of amazing As the weather temperatures change, so do the falls. Each week brings a new sight for the senses.
Video From Winter
Pictures In All Seasons
The signs under this section are about all the artifacts they dug up when creating the highway. The reconstruction huts they talk about, ARE still at Whitefish Dunes State Park in Door County.