Treasures of Oz

Celebrating the Natural Gems of Ozaukee County


Trinity Creek Wetland Habitat

Location: Mequon Show More
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Size: 35.0 Acres

Trinity Creek Wetland Habitat is an often overlooked gem of the Ozaukee County park system. This 35-acre restored stream and wetland system is designed to provide floodwater storage, improve water quality, and provide habitat for northern pike spawning. As if that wasn't reason enough to have this property restored, the area also provides invaluable habitat for the nearly 100 species of birds that use this wetland throughout the year.

  • Aquatic Habitat for Northern Pike Spawning
  • Birding
  • Fishing
  • Flood Control
  • Interpretive Signs
  • Ozaukee Interurban Trail Access
  • Parking Area
  • Serves as an Educational and Informational Facility
  • Walking Trails
  • Wetland

If you haven't visited Trinity Creek, summer is the perfect time to check out this stunning habitat. Please remember dogs are beloved members of our community but they need to be on leash. Also please stay on the trails so you don’t accidentally interrupt the flora and fauna life cycle.

"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." Albert Einstein

Education Fish Passage Program
Activities Hiking
Special Features Bird Watching
  • Benches
  • Parking
  • Trail System
Directions Follow I-43 to WI-100 W/W Brown Deer Rd. Take exit 82B to merge onto WI-100 W/W Brown Deer Rd. Continue for about two miles, take the ramp onto WI-57 N/N Green Bay Rd. Continue on WI-57 N/N Green Bay Rd for 1 mile, Turn left onto W County Line Rd. Drive a little less than a mile and turn right onto N Riebs Ln.
Water Pond
Other Information

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9855 N Riebs Lane, 53092, Mequon