Oak Leaf Discovery Tour®

About the Oak Leaf Discovery Tour®

Passports are now available.

To protect yourself and others, we ask you maintain social distancing guidelines.  For more information, please visit Milwaukee County’s COVID-19 resource page.

  • Stay at least 6 feet away from others
  • Wear a cloth face covering like a mask, bandana or cloth mask over your mouth and nose
  • Avoid contact with eyes, nose and mouth when wearing face covering

Promoting park engagement, the Oak Leaf Discovery Tour (OLDT) is a summer long event which starts with your purchase of the Oak Leaf Discovery Tour Passport at the following locations: t the following locations: Wheel and Sprocket(Milwaukee area locations), Johnson Cycles, South Shore Cyclery, or by contacting Park People: 414-273-7275 or [email protected]. For added value, consider purchasing the map and passport together.

This passport has information about 25 county park locations along our nearly 125 mile Oak Leaf Trail. As you ride the trail, collect keywords from your exploration. When you get a minimum of 10 keywords, bring your passport with you to the end of the season party (2020 date: September 13, Estabrook Park Biergarten) where you can win terrific prizes.

For trail enthusiasts, local author Jill Rothenbueler Maher has recently written a book, Milwaukee County’s Oak Leaf Trail: A History. Learn more about her book here.

2020 Oak Leaf Discovery Tour® News

 

Here is a list of the Parks with signs for your Oak Leaf Discovery Tour.

 

Brown Deer Park Lake Park Estabrook Veterans Lake Shore State Park Maslowski Community Park-Glendale
Dretzka Hartung Park Hoyt Country Grounds Park Jacobus
Cupertino Warnimont Grant Rawson Woods Oak Creek Parkway
McCarty Park Pulaski Mitchell Walkers Square Park
3 Bridges *(State Trail)
La Follette Greenfield Wehr Kegel Alpha Scout Lake Park Froemming