Entry by Glenn Schneider
One of the most spectacular places in the Midwest! 500 foot-high quartzite bluffs! A 360 acre lake! It is the biggest state park in Wisconsin totaling 9,217 acres. It was formed by one of the last ice-sheets of the Wisconsin drift about 12,000 years ago with the surrounding Baraboo hills estimated to be about 1.6 billion years old.
"To immerse , educate, preserve & advance the history, culture, trails and native habitats of the Lower Lake Michigan Basin Area"
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