b"MILWAUKEELIVING MOVE MKEEnjoy the seasons in all their glory!The Milwaukee Region offers four distinct seasonssummer, fall, winter and springeach with its own unique beauty and recre-ational opportunities. Lake Michigan moder-ates temperatures along the lakeshore, mak-ing it slightly cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. There are typically only seven days per year when the tempera-ture is 90 degrees or higher. 313 days per year are above freezing (32 degrees), with an average winter temperature ofSchlitz Audubon Nature Center31 degrees. The average daily temperature is 78Active, Outdoor Lifestylesdegrees in the summer, whichMike Marbeck Wisconsin residents like to enjoy the outdoors, whether it is at gorgeous Lake is perfect for sail- Michigan beaches, exploring an abundance of inland lakes, along the ing on the lake,Milwaukee River or in the states legendary Northwoods. Milwaukee County playing golf orboasts more than 15,000 acres of public parkland at 140 different county parks. attending one ofIn addition, southeastern Wisconsin boasts several state parks and trails that the areas manyoffer a range of hiking, biking, and swimming opportunities: outdoor festivals. July is the sunniestHavenwoods State Forest is Wisconsins only urban state forest, featuring 237 acres of month, with 66grasslands, woods and wetlands all within the city of Milwaukee. percent of theLakeshore State Park, located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, provides a unique days bathed inurban oasis with great views of the city and Lake Michigan. sunshine. SpringVISIT Milwaukeepaints the land- The Hank Aaron State Trail, named in honor of baseball legend Hank Aaron, connects scape emeraldMilwaukee's American Family Field and the Lake Michigan lakefront. green; fall is aLapham Peak, the highest point in Waukesha County, provides excellent hiking, back-kaleidoscope ofpacking and cross-country skiing, and features a 45-foot observation tower. colors as treesHarrington Beach State Park is a 715-acre make way forpark with more than a mile of beach along winter. The aver- Lake Michigan in northern Ozaukee County, age daily temper- near Belgium.ature in spring isThe Pike Lake Unit of the Kettle Moraine 55 degrees; inVISIT Milwaukee State Forest, located near Hartford, includes a the fall, it is 60522-acre, spring-fed lake, and Powder Hill, a degrees. Winterlarge glacial kame featuring great views.brings about 47Kettle Moraine Northern and Southern inches of snow,Units are comprised of more than 50,000 just enough to turnacres of glacial hills and lakes stretching the region into aacross the southeastern side of the state. winter wonderlandGlacial Drumlin State Trail stretches for 52 and offer opportu- miles through farmlands and glacial topogra-nities for skiing andphy. The trail travels through 10 small towns snowmobiling.VISIT Milwaukee from Cottage Grove to Waukesha.VISIT Milwaukee10 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE"