b"MOVE MKE: MILWAUKEE LIVINGActive, Outdoor LifestylesWisconsin residents like to enjoy the outdoors, whether it is at gor-geous Lake Michigan beaches, exploring an abundance of inland lakes, along the Milwaukee River or in the states legendary Northwoods. Milwaukee County features more than 15,000 acres of public parkland at 140 different county parks. In addition, south-eastern Wisconsin boasts several state parks and trails that offer a range of hiking, biking, and swimming opportunities: Havenwoods State Forest is Wisconsins only urban state forest,VISIT Milwaukee/Nick Collura VISIT Milwaukeefeaturing 237 acres of grasslands, woods and wetlands all within the city of Milwaukee.mile of beach along Lake Michigan in northern Ozaukee County, Lakeshore State Park, located in the heart of downtownnear Belgium.Milwaukee, provides a unique urban oasis with great views of theThe Pike Lake Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, located city and Lake Michigan.near Hartford, includes a 522-acre, spring-fed lake, and Powder Hill, The Hank Aaron State Trail, named in honor of baseball legenda large glacial kame featuring great views.Hank Aaron, connects Milwaukee's American Family Field and theKettle Moraine Northern and Southern Units are comprised of Lake Michigan lakefront.more than 50,000 acres of glacial hills and lakes stretching across Lapham Peak, the highest point in Waukesha County, providesthe southeastern side of the state. excellent hiking, backpacking and cross-country skiing, and featuresGlacial Drumlin State Trail stretches for 52 miles through farm-a 45-foot observation tower.lands and glacial topography. The trail travels through 10 small Harrington Beach State Park is a 715-acre park with more than atowns from Cottage Grove to Waukesha. VISIT MilwaukeeMilwaukees farmers markets offer everything from fresh, locally grown produce to artisanal offerings and handcrafted items. Theyre great places to savor fresh produce, mingle and enjoy the outdoors. One of the largest is the West Allis Farmers Market (thatswhywestallis.com/farmers-market).City neighborhood markets include the popular Cathedral FRESHSquare Market (easttown.com/cathedral-square-market), the fun and funky East Side Green Market FROM THEFARM (theeastside.org/happenings/east-side-market), Westowns Milwaukee Night Market (mkenightmarket.com), the South Shore Farmers Market in Bay View (southshorefarmersmarket.com), and the century-old Fondy Farmers Market (fondymke.org), Milwaukees largest and most diverse.Greenfield (greenfieldwifarmersmarket.com), Oak Creek (oakcreekwi.gov/visitor/events/farmers-market) and Wauwatosa (tosafarmersmarket.com) host suburban markets. The region also boasts the Downtown West Bend Farmers Market (westbendfarmersmarket.com), the Holy Hill Art & Farm Markets in Hubertus (holyhillartfarm.com), and events in East Troy (honeycreekcollective.com/farmers-market), Port Washington (downtownport.com/farmers_market), Thiensville (thiensvillebusiness.com/village-market), and Waukesha (waukeshadba.com/farmers-market). The Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market (MWFM) is held at The Table, 5305 W. Capitol Drive, NovemberApril (fondymke.org/milwaukee-winter-farmers-market). Waukesha holds winter markets at Martha Merrells Books, 231 W. Main St., and Chef Pams Kitchen, 280 W. Main St. The year-round Milaegers Great Lakes Farmers Market (www.milaegers.com/info/farmers-market) in Racine offers a plethora of fresh produce, hand-crafted edibles, organics, artisan goods, florals, arts and crafts, live music and more! For more details about area farmers markets, go to: wifarmersmarkets.org, the national registry at nfmd.org, or check out the Milwaukee Farmers Market Guide at shepherdexpress.com/food/farmers-market-guide. 16 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE"