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Dane County Parks

Winter Camping

Please note campsites are NOT plowed and potable water is unavailable October through April.

Brigham County Park

This 232-acre park is located just northeast of the Village of Blue Mounds on County Highway F and provides a panoramic view of the Wisconsin River Valley. Park features include a 23-unit rustic campground, group camp area, two shelters, picnic area, play equipment, paved trail, nature trail through a maple woods, and hiking trails that connect to Blue Mound State Park.

The Brigham Trail, a 1.3-mile paved shared-use trail, also goes through the park and connects to the Military Ridge State Trail and Cave of the Mounds National Natural Landmark. Shelter #2 is a timber frame structure that was built from trees that were harvested at Dane County Parks properties. Across from Brigham County Park is the County’s 107-acre Blue Mounds Wildlife Area that offers public hunting opportunities and other activities such as hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing (ungroomed trails), and wildlife observation.

This park is supported in part by the Friends of Brigham County Park.


Addresses

Google Maps are provided for reference. Trails, park boundaries, parking lots and other features on this map may not be up-to-date. Please check the official maps for up-to-date information.

Restrooms

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History

This park is named after Ebenezer Brigham (1789-1861), one of the first permanent white settlers in the area. Information about him can be found on a historical marker in the park.

Natural History
Brigham Park has an amazing view of the Wisconsin River Valley. On a clear day, the Baraboo Hills can be seen 35 miles away. The park contains one of the rare examples of a mature sugar maple forest in Southern Wisconsin. More information can be found on a natural history marker in the park.