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Whitnall Park/ Wehr Nature Center
Photo By Markos A Berndt

  • Title: Whitnall Park/ Wehr Nature Center
  • State/Province/Region: Wisconsin
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: 92nd Street
  • Nearest Town: Hales Corners
  • Brief Directions: Take I-43 South to the 76th Street exit and turn left (southbound). After a couple of miles, turn right onto Grange and head up to 92nd Street. Turn left on 92nd Street. Follow signs
  • Notes: The 660-acre Whitnall Park is located in Hales Corners and encompasses the world-famous 50-acre Boerner Botanical Gardens and Wehr Nature Center. Whitnall Pond is an area with many photographic possibilities, in the fall you get the colors, the spring you get fog forming on the lake almost daily. Summer flower at the botanical gardens is great for flower photographers. You can't forget the waterfall, it’s a must see if you visit.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Tripod
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