Brown Co. ready for families to enjoy their 16 different parks

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BROWN COUNTY, Wis. (WFRV) After a high of 74 degrees on Easter Sunday, the Brown County Parks Department couldn’t be more ready for families to come out to the 16 different locations as we head into warmer months. 

“Everything from horseback riding to riding trails, camping – really we have a lot of great things for people to do,” said Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach on Local 5 This Morning. “We really have a great set of assets for the community to take advantage of that taxpayers paid for.”

Matt Kriese, Brown County Parks Director added that the recent flooding we saw back in March put some parks underwater, but now things have cleared up significantly. 

“Things are much better than they were a month ago,” Kriese said. “There was a lot of damage. It was something nobody wants to see when they come across a park area.”

For more information on the Brown County Parks system, click here. 

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