Located on East Shore Drive, the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a city wildlife refuge. Covering 700 acres, it is the largest park in Green Bay. The sanctuary was established in 1935 with 250 acres, some of which were used for injured water birds. Over the years, more acreage was bought and added to the sanctuary.
The sanctuary’s Nature Education Center was built in 1985, while the Resch waterfalls were created in 2010. Today, the sanctuary is a popular place to visit with its hiking trails and wildlife habitats. The Nature Education Center has interactive exhibits, a library, and several exhibits such as the Whistling Wings Art Gallery.
1660 East Shore Drive, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 920-391-3671
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