• View of Southern Wisconsin from the Ice Age NST

    Ice Age

    National Scenic Trail Wisconsin

Cross Plains Interpretive Site

The National Park Service has purchased 157 acres, the former Wilkie Farm, located at 8075 Old Sauk Pass Rd in the Town of Cross Plains, for use as an Interpretive Site for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.. A General Management Plan has been completed for the property.

The property is currently open to the public.

 

Please do not block the gate with vehicles.

The property is open to foot travel only.

Dogs must be leashed at all times.

There are no public rest-rooms or other facilities available at this time.

There are no fees at this time.

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Map shoeing the location of the Cross Plains Interpretive Site.
The Cross Plains Interpretive Site is located southeast of the Village of Cross Plains in Dane County, Wisconsin.
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Did You Know?

Volunteers construct the Ice Age Trail using hand tools.

The Ice Age Trail is built and maintained by volunteers organized into 21 local chapters who annually give over 45,000 hours of their time!