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Parks and Hiking

Ash Creek Community Forest

Located two miles south of Richland Center on State Highway 80.  Ash Creek Community Forest is Richland County’s largest park at 354-acres. It is located two miles south of Richland Center on State Highway 80 and has several multi-use trails. The hiking trails are fairly easy and most can be hiked within an hour. If you are looking for more information on the Ash Creek Community Forest you can contact the Richland County Land Conservation office at 608-647-8874 ext 3 or visit their website for maps and more

Pier Natural Bridge Park

Pier Natural Bridge Park is a must see in the area. This scenic location is home to a rare geological feature that is distinct to the Driftless area of Wisconsin.  A large structure of layered sandstone rises nearly 60 feet above the flood plain of two merging valleys. These scars are left from the glacial period and are a humbling reminder of the forces of nature. Today it can be a great place for pictures and a picnic! For additional information, contact the Richland County Parks Commission or the Natural Bridge Store in Rockbridge at 608-647-4673. More info can be found online HERE

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Eagle Cave

Eagle Cave is known as Wisconsin's largest onyx cave. The cave system features four main walking levels and four levels of subterranean tunnels. Visitors get to explore the. caves on guided tours or can explore the property use the hiking trails! This unique set of caves was discovered in 1849 and was first opened to the public in 1938. More info on Eagle Cave is available HERE

Kickapoo Valley Reserve State Natural Area 

The Reserve offers a variety of recreation from fishing, hunting, horseback riding, biking, hiking, and canoeing. The sandstone outcroppings guide the Kickapoo River through the beautiful reserve. The area offers a variety of activities year-round including cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter months. There is a variety of hiking trails and phenomenal fishing. More information on the Kickapoo Valley Reserve is available HERE