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Little Lake Nature Preserve

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Nature at it's best!

We just happened to stop here on the best day. A batch of tadpoles had just hatched so we saw... read more

Reviewed June 12, 2018
Anika M
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Moline, Illinois
Great place to relax

Beautiful quiet place to relax for a few minutes. When we visited we were the only ones there. It... read more

Reviewed July 6, 2017
Kcabr
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Kansas City
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  • Average25%
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12 Jun 2018
“Nature at it's best!”
6 Aug 2017
“Interesting if you have time to burn”
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2300 Main Rd, Washington Island, WI 54246-9036
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Reviewed June 12, 2018

We just happened to stop here on the best day. A batch of tadpoles had just hatched so we saw thousands upon thousands of tadpoles scurrying around in the water. We also got to see dragonflies hatching out of their shells on the dock. My...More

Thank Anika M
Reviewed August 6, 2017

I had been to the island several times in the past, but, had never stayed overnight. This is a place that I would recommend only if you have time to kill. It is in the furthest northeast corner of the Island, with little to see...More

1  Thank ForSure53
Reviewed July 6, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful quiet place to relax for a few minutes. When we visited we were the only ones there. It was so quiet and tranquil. Nice little dock to walk out on and take a few pictures.

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Reviewed September 5, 2016

Little Lake is a quiet inland lake, created many, many years ago by the waves from Lake Michigan (Nippising) depositing a bunch of small gravel rocks across the entrance (bay mouth) of this lake. Now it is fed by surface run-off and an underground spring....More

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Reviewed December 15, 2015

Peaceful and serene also has a nice dock to stand and look out on the lake. The colors of the leaves were just starting, so can imagine how gorgeous it would be reflected off the water surface

1  Thank RosannMuller
Reviewed November 5, 2015

We took a short stroll on the boardwalk to Little Lake. It's small and very quiet. Natures beauty is all one has to say.

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Reviewed July 23, 2015

Peaceful and serene nature preserve. You don't have to spend much time here, but it is worth the time to sit on the pier and just relax for a few moments.

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Reviewed September 5, 2014

We walked from School House Beach to the Nature Preserve (long walk) but along the way there was assorted wildlife (black squirrels, deer, turkeys). Once we got there we walked up the path and low and behold there was a lake tucked in and so...More

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