Set out on an outdoor urban adventure.
With 60 acres of park space (equivalent to 45 football fields!), 7 miles of trails, and 3 miles of Menomonee River, you can choose your own adventure down in the Valley.
Wildlife is returning...
Within the parks, there are more than 45 acres of native plants that are improving wildlife habitat and water quality. The Urban Ecology Center Community Science Program, volunteer community members who conduct academic research, regularly monitors ever increasing usage from creatures - two-legged, four-legged, winged, and crawlers - in Three Bridges Park. In 2016, they discovered a Stream Bluet damselfly, the first record of this species in Milwaukee County since 1907!