Nature Park, is located about 3 miles north of
the Village of Saukville on HWY O. The
park consists of two parcels, coming from the
Village of Saukville, the first parcel you will
see on your right (east) is the archery
range--kayak/canoe launch. This 32.4 acre
parcel is located on the Milwaukee River.
The daily hours are from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM. The
archery range has two yardage marked ground
level ranges, and one yardage marked 12ft.
elevated platform range. All targets are
made of excelsior bales. The kayak/canoe
launch is about 100 feet east of the railroad
tracks and asphalt parking lot at the end of the
park road. You can follow the strip of
mowed grass to the launch and river access.
This parcel of Tendick Nature Park is also the
area used for spectator parking during Cross
Country Meets. There are a few picnic
tables available for those who like to relax
outside in this quit setting. Dogs and cats that
are cleaned up after and leashed are also welcome.
parcel of Tendick Nature Park is located on the
west side of the highway, with an entrance at
3919 HWY O. One quarter of a mile north
of the archery range / kayak / canoe launch
entrance. This area has the same daily
hours of 6am---9pm. This 89.7 acre parcel
has something for every one to enjoy - fields,
water, woods, open fields and wetlands.
The first thing you will see after you enter
through the gates is a gazebo that over looks
the pond, this structure is handi-cap accessible
and available for anyone to use. The open
air pavilion on the west side of the parking lot
has picnic table seating for up to 100
people and is available to rent. This
pavilion has electric outlets, banquet
tables, an outdoor grill, a bubbler (drinking
water fountain), and flush toilets open to the
- for a printer friendly map of the park.
Nature Park also has one of the only
18-hole disc golf courses in Ozaukee County!
This 'top of the line' disc golf course has
36 tournament quality pro and standard concrete
T-pads and PDGA certified disc golf baskets.
The course is laid out through fields and woods,
sure to test everyone's skill of the game.
While many of the park trails are favorite
courses used for regional and sectional
Country Meets, they are also especially enjoyed
by dog walkers, and hikers.
notice an old log style house and windmill, on
the north side of the park, that is surrounded
by split rail fencing and food and flower beds.
This area is maintained by members of the
Ozaukee County Master Gardeners who always
encourage interested parties to join up and
enjoy the opportunity to show their skills.