Walking Wisconsin

by Free Speech on May 4, 2009

Lodi, WI~

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Lodi, WI-5/4/09

Rocky Arbor State Park
by Pete Price

Rocky Arbor State Park is small by anyone’s standards. The 244-acre State Park is within 1.5 miles of the popular Wisconsin Dells vacation community. The park offers cool shady woods and some rock formations. There is a relatively easy mile long trail the meanders through the park. The park is only officially open during the summer months. That is to say, vehicles may enter the park from May to September and have access to some campsites. It is very pretty during the fall season because of its mixture of ferns, pine and deciduous trees.
I really enjoy walking Rocky Arbor because it is so quiet and serene. I have been there a number of times over the last couple of years. If the park is not officially open, you can park by the front entrance, slip around the gate blocking the road and “hit the trail.” It is a great place to escape from busy activity.
The park entrance is about ¾ mile off Interstate 90/94 North of Wisconsin Dells at the highway 12/16 exit heading East.

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