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.
"Immersing, educating and preserving our history, culture, trails and natural habitats of the Lower Lake Michigan Basin Area"
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