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Parks & nature in Sauk County

Campground
“Easy to moderate hiking trails, swimming, and other recreation in and on the water.”
37 locals recommend
Trail
“Its hard to find but worth the hunt. Located by Devils Lake State Park. Amazing nature and beauty!”
11 locals recommend
Campground
“Gorgeous views, somewhat difficult hiking. Camping, swimming, hiking. Devils Lake State Park is "known for its 500-foot-high (150 m) quartzite bluffs." 37 miles / 48 min north of the apartment.”
16 locals recommend
Park
“An organization that works around the world to conserve cranes an the environments in which they live.”
9 locals recommend
Park
“Located near the dells, Mirror Lake has a lot to offer. They have a wide array of hiking and mountain biking trails. The park offers canoe, kayaks, and mountain bikes for rental. In the winter they have excellent cross country skiing and snow shoeing This quiet place is often a nice break from the bustle of the Dells. ”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Near Devils lake. Such a cool spot! Fun hikes with rock formations, cliff diving and swimming It gets a bit crowded on the weekend so try and go during the week.”
7 locals recommend
Rv Park
“Located right on the Wisconsin River with indoor and outdoor seating. Best salad bar in the area and plenty and can accommodate a group for seating. ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Pretty hiking by a lake. Climb up a bluff and see 1800s German single-family chapel .”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Natural Bridge State Park is a great place for a shorter hike near Devil's Lake State park. Said to be a place where the indians used to gather.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Cool old "shot" tower. Nice for picnics. Mosquitos the size of Buicks - slather up with OFF or your favored repellant in advance and watch out for poison ivy - stay on trails.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“A hidden gem of wonderful natural beauty. Its a short walk. Take some bug repellent. The mosquitoes can be very bad. If you go early spring there are none.”
1 local recommends
Park
“Gibraltar Rock, if you are fit enough to make the climb, provides stunning views of the area. The Ice Age National Scenic Trail can also be accessed from the parking lot.”
5 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Farm
1 local recommends
Park
2 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful calm waters, perfect for beginning canoe or kayakers. Great hiking trails, concerts, outdoor theater.”
2 locals recommend