Late August Hiking at Lulu Lake: A Wildflower Wonderland

Late August is a magical time for nature enthusiasts, especially at Lulu Lake, The Nature Conservancy.

Surprisingly, this late in the season, the landscape is still adorned with an impressive array of wildflowers. As I hiked along the old railroad bed, I was overwhelmed by the amount of wildflowers still blooming.

Late August is a wildflower wonderland at Lulu Lake TNC. You’ll be delighted to find an impressive variety of blooms, from asters and goldenrods to sunflowers and coneflowers. The landscape is a living canvas, and you’ll want to have your camera ready to capture the natural beauty.

Lulu Lake, The Nature Conservancy is located near the Kettle Moraine. The parking lot address is N9564 Nature Rd, Eagle.

Gone To Seed
Great Blue Lobelia

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