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“Remembering Historic Milwaukee”
Review of Kaszubes Park

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Ranked #146 of 191 things to do in Milwaukee
Reviewed 1 September 2015

Kaszube's Park, City of Milwaukee. MKE's smallest park is located on Jones Island at the extreme northern end of South Car Ferry Drive. To say that the setting is industrial is an understatement as it doesn't get much more industrial than this.

In the 1870's Jones Island was inhabited by a multicultural group of maybe 2,000 who made their living fishing in Lake Michigan. This park allows the history buff to take a moment to remember a part of early Milwaukee's history that has largely been forgotten.

A sharp eye can find this park from the Hoan Bridge looking north.

Based on the beverage containers in the bin, I suspect that this park is much more highly visited than one may anticipate from a daytime visit.

Thank TXFROMWI
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