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for fishing on Hemlock Slough, the park provides
picnic tables, a playground and a boat landing.
It is also adjacent to the 400 trail, a designated
bike trail. From Reedsburg take Hwy. 33 northwest
one mile onto Hemlock Drive. Go north on Hemlock
Drive to Dutch Hollow Road, turn west and
go 1/8 mile to park. Picnic tables, outhouses,
playground, boat landing.
Redstone Beach-This park features
a swimming beach on Lake Redstone. It also
has a picnic area with a shelter, tables and
a playground. A fishing stream runs through
the park. From Reedsburg take Hwy. 33 northeast
to Cty. V. Turn north and travel three miles
to Douglas Road. Turn west and go one mile.
Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses,
swimming, beach, dressing rooms, playground.
Redstone Boat Landing-Providing
boat access to Lake Redstone, the park offers
a boat landing and a pier. From Reedsburg,
take Hwy. 33 northeast to LaValle. In LaValle
turn north on Hwy. 58. Go about seven miles
to County F. Turn east and travel four miles
to LaValle Road. Turn south and continue to
the landing. Toilets, boat landing.
park features an Indian effigy mound, one
of the only "man mounds" in Wisconsin.
Picnic tables and a playground are available
for visitor use. From Baraboo, take Hwy. 33
east to Cty. T. Turn north and go two miles
to Man Mound Road. Turn east and continue
four miles to the park. Picnic tables, outhouses,
600 acre Sauk County Forest offers hikers
numerous unmarked firepaths for exploration.
From Lone Rock, take hwy. 14 east one mile.
Oaks Boat Landing-The
landing provides access to Lake Wisconsin,
where anglers may hook fish native to the
Wisconsin River. From Sauk City, travel nort
10 miles on Hwy. 78. Outhouses, boat landing.
Mound Park-Located on White Mound
lake, the park offers a beach and boat landing
for water enthusiasts. There is a one mile
nature trail and several horse trails through
the park. Picnic areas with shelters and tables,
a playground and a baseball diamond are provided.
The park features 70 campsites, half of which
have electricity. From Reedsburg, take Hwy.
23 south to Cty. GG. Turn west and travel
two miles to White Mound Drive. Turn north
and continue to the park. Picnic tables, picnic
shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites,
swimming, beach, dressing rooms, hiking, nature
trails, baseball, playground, boat landing.
1/4 acre park, this small prairie is dedicated
to Chief Yellow Thunder. From Baraboo, take
Cty. A north about four miles, 1/8 mile past
the junction with Shady Lane Road.