Donald County Park is a 775-acre park located southeast of Mt. Horeb off Highway 92, just west of Mt. Vernon. The park contains oak woods, intriguing rock outcroppings with scenic vistas and springs. The park is also known for its hiking & equestrian trails and three trout streams; Deer Creek, Frye Feeder and Mt. Vernon Creek.
What to expect on the walk:
Our leader will have a microphone along to assist in delivering her message clearly as possible.
Driving and Parking Information.Direction:
Donald County Park is located in Dane County just 15 miles southwest of Madison. It is situated south of Highway 92 between Mount Horeb and Mount Vernon.
Lunch following walk:
Take part in a Wisconsin tradition—lunch in a tiny town Wisconsin tavern. Marcine’s, in Mt. Vernon, just two miles down the road from Donald Park is unimpressive, even downright off-putting from the outside and the interior isn’t all that much better. But the food makes this place fill up with local workers at lunch and families at dinner with daily specials in generous servings at reasonable prices.
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