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Parks/Lake Access
POINT CREEK CONSERVATION AREA

Point Creek Conservation Area is the most recent addition to the Manitowoc County Park System, which is located in the Town of Centerville in the southeastern portion of Manitowoc County. The property consists of 39 acres of woodlands, meadows, estuary, wetlands and coastal bluffs with approximately 2,800 feet of high bluff bank and associated Lake Michigan shore. Point Creek defines the southern boundary of the property, which includes over 1,000 feet of riparian corridor.


Location: County Highway LS
Directions: Take Highway LS South from Manitowoc approximately 6 miles. Driveways to the East.


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