CamRock Park Area 2

Cambridge, Wisconsin

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A pleasant path through pine and oak forest also takes you on a loop of marvelous prairie restoration and then along the Koshkonong Creek, where it meanders through the wetlands of what was once the Rockdale Millpond. There are actually three separate parks under the name of CamRock, so be sure you have gone to Area 2. You can view the path on a map board at the trailhead. Enter the woods under a sign across the trail; at the first fork, go left, following the arrow on a trail sign. The trail follows the direction of the park road deeper into the park, and within just 400 feet, you pass under a large oak and enter open prairie with a vast number of restored prairie flowers.

CamRock Park: Area 2 Professional Review and Guide

"A pleasant path through pine and oak forest also takes you on a loop of marvelous prairie restoration and then along the Koshkonong Creek, where it meanders through the wetlands of what was once the Rockdale Millpond.

There are actually three separate parks under the name of CamRock, so be sure you have gone to Area 2. You can view the path on a map board at the trailhead. Enter the woods under a sign across the trail; at the first fork, go left, following the arrow on a trail sign. The trail follows the direction of the park road deeper into the park, and within just 400 feet, you pass under a large oak and enter open prairie with a vast number of restored prairie flowers."

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking
Nearby City: Cambridge
Distance: 2.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round 5 a.m.–10 p.m.
Trailhead Elevation: 825 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: countyofdane.com/lwrd/parks
Local Maps: USGS Rockdale; at trailhead on a map board
Driving Directions: Directions to CamRock Park: Area 2

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May 2018