Chippewa Moraine Ice Age State Recreation Area

Chippewa Moraine Ice Age State Recreation Area (New Auburn, Wisconsin) - Foto e indirizzo

Chippewa Moraine Ice Age State Recreation Area

Chippewa Moraine Ice Age State Recreation Area
4.5
8.30 - 16.00
Martedì
8.30 - 16.00
Mercoledì
8.30 - 16.00
Giovedì
8.30 - 16.00
Venerdì
8.30 - 16.00
Sabato
8.30 - 16.00
Domenica
8.30 - 16.00
La zona
Indirizzo
Il meglio nelle vicinanze
I ristoranti e le attrazioni vengono classificati in base al rapporto tra le recensioni degli utenti e la vicinanza a questa località.
Ristoranti
2 nel raggio di 5 km
Attrazioni
1 nel raggio di 10 km

4.5
29 recensioni
Eccellente
21
Molto buono
6
Nella media
2
Scarso
0
Pessimo
0

AndrewFromMadison
Madison, WI2.882 contributi
ago 2021
This recreation area is very large, and the biggest gem (actually gems) are lakes - and more lakes. Most are small kettle lakes - depressions left behind by melting glacier. I was only able to walk couple trails - Circle trail and Mammoth Trail - and visited David R. Obey Ice Age Interpretive Center, due to a lack of time to explore more. Will definitely be coming back for seconds! (and more). There aren't that many people out there - this is a beauty of the central Wisconsin, since most people are either in the South, or head further North for their recreation, bypassing mid-state.
Scritta in data 11 dicembre 2021
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Zoo M
2 contributi
lug 2020
It was a great short hike. My wife and I weren't nearly as prepared as we should have been but it was still great. It probably goes without saying but be wary of the rain and weather up to a week before hand. Some places on the Mamoth trail was wet and some was under water at the waters edge.
Scritta in data 3 luglio 2020
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tom h
Budapest, Ungheria82 contributi
ott 2019
Trails are up and down as you would expect from a glacier topography ketels, moraines, eskers small lakes lovely wood lands. A great interpretive center live indigenous snakes and turtles to see
Scritta in data 18 ottobre 2019
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BigMitch036
Chippewa Falls, WI66 contributi
lug 2018 • Famiglia
Interesting and interactive visitor/nature center, but the star feature here is the hiking trails. Glacial terminanal moraine area which means hills and lakes. Most of the woods are mature maple/pine. The trails are well laid out and provide a lot of options for how far you want to walk.
Scritta in data 31 marzo 2019
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Robert K
Milwaukee, WI37 contributi
lug 2018 • Coppie
We were visiting the area with my family and we had a great time at the park. We had a picnic at the visitor center over looking the scenery. We stopped in the visitor center and the personnel on duty were nice, friendly, and helpful. The staff even let some of the animals out to let the kids hold them. The center also had a bunch of history about the area. We all were able to walk the 1.8 mile dry lake trail. There were a couple of bigger hills, but nothing too big.
Scritta in data 8 luglio 2018
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Carol H
Stanberry, MO54 contributi
feb 2018 • Famiglia
I moved to the area about 10 years ago. This State Recreation Area is really "back to nature" - and will fit any age. The Interpretive Center is staffed and open 6 days a week (closed on Mondays) from 8:30 - 4. The displays feature the effects that the glacier has had on this area. There are activities for the kids - live animals native to the area to observe (snakes, turtles, fish, water bug etc.) Several mounts of animals native to the area. There are trails to hike - and views to take in. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the view! Big bonus - it is free and does not require a park sticker. Spend anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours here. Best time of the year - autumn! But, winter includes snowshoes that can be checked out.
Scritta in data 23 febbraio 2018
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odiliablomer
Bloomer, WI5 contributi
apr 2017
Been there many many times since I moved to Bloomer. It has a ton of wonderful things to recommend it. I have brought friends and they bring friends once they try it. Great for kids and lovely for a afternoon hike or snowshoe! Hanging around in the center you can see all kinds of fun critters and they have a great bunch of other things to see and do as well.
Scritta in data 17 maggio 2017
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Diane F
Chetek, WI35 contributi
mar 2016 • Amici
Whether you choose to hike in warmer weather or snowshoe in the winter, there's always fun outside on the many trails with optional distances. Inside is a plethora of interactive displays, movies, and games for children and adults. Learn about glaciers, moraines etc. Pack a lunch and eat outside, watching wild birds and butterflies.
Scritta in data 13 febbraio 2017
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nancy85fun
Colfax, WI21 contributi
lug 2016 • Famiglia
This is a great family destination. The displays inside are amazing and it is a fun learning experience for the kids. In the summer time the walking trails are awesome and not very busy. In the winter time you can even rent snow shoes and enjoy the trails.
Scritta in data 13 febbraio 2017
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DickHurt10
Bloomer, WI7 contributi
apr 2016
Getting back to nature is what you will find here. A learning lessons for all ages as you will take in the history of the many land formations and wildlife creatures. The hiking/snowshoe trails are so relaxing so don't forget to bring a camera.
Scritta in data 25 gennaio 2017
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