We went here on a Tuesday during late morning. The park was easy to find due to the amount of park signs on the adjacent highways. The day parking fee is $7 for residents and $10 for non-residents.
There are a number of trails, which offers the hiker a decent variety of mileage and scenery. The wildflower trail goes through the a meadow with blooming flowers, while the lake trail takes you along the coast of Lake Wissota.
Our group chose the interpretive Beaver Trail. This trail was about a 1 mile loop. It took you though quiet pines, a marsh, and offered facts about the parks glacial origins along the way. It was a perfect trail for kids, because it offered a lot to look at. We saw lots of mushrooms, a field of ferns, and even illusive ghost plants.
This trail is mostly in the shade and very buggy, so make sure you bring your bug spray.
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