Wisconsin, naturally is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the natural area. It tells you the number the area was assigned and the map grid coordinates. It also tells you how much acreage exists, who owns, where it is located and a description of what you might find when you get there. At the bottom of each description is a box titled Access giving you directions to the natural areas. I am sure you will find areas you have heard about like the Dells of the Wisconsin River, however, you will probably find many more you didn’t know existed. I had never heard of Kangaroo Lake located near Lake Michigan or Scuppernong Prairie located inside Kettle Moraine State Forest. There were so many places with great names just waiting to be visited.
I love the fact the guidebook is arranged alphabetically. I wasn’t looking for any one spot in particular when I started paging through but I did notice several I thought I would like. It was easy to find them again when I was through looking. If I could remember even the first letter of the area’s name, I could find it. I loved the descriptions for each place. Everything sounds so wonderful and the few pictures included make me want to visit all the more. Any of these destinations would be great for a day or weekend trip. You do not have to be a hardcore hiker or completely outdoor person to enjoy any of them. If you want more information, inside there are nine different programs you can contact by mail, phone, email or you can look at their website and get everything you need from there. If you are looking for places to visit this summer which will put in outside enjoying the weather, check out this guide. With 150 places listed, you should have no problem finding at least one to explore.