Frog Hollow in Delafield
Frog Hollow is a private preserve owned and managed by Waukesha County Land Conservancy. The Lake Country Recreational Trail runs along the north edge of the property, separating it from the south end of Lake Nagawicka. Half of the reserve is a spring-fed pond that contributes high quality water into Lake Nagawicka. The pond and the marsh around it contain most of the species of fish found in the lake and serve as a nursery for young panfish and as an important spawning site for northern pike. Shorebirds, ducks and song birds use Frog Hollow for feeding and nesting and as a stop-over site during fall and spring migrations. This is a largely undeveloped wildlife preserve with only rudimentary trails.
The easiest way to access the preserve is from the Lake Country Trail. There is also an access point with parking along Muir Valley Road, as indicated on the map below.
For more information about Waukesha County Land Conservancy, go to their website.
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Address106 Muir Valley Road
53018, Delafield, wi, US