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Trails CLOSED Due to MMSD Project

Trails in the southeast part of this property (south and east of US Highway 18 151) will be CLOSED Fall 2024-2025 due to the Pumping Station 17 Force Main Relief, Phase 2 Project by Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District.

Ice Age Trail Junction Area

The Ice Age Trail Junction Area, is a natural resource area located just east of Verona, that creates a link in the 1,000-mile long Ice Age National Scenic Trail and trail connections to statewide recreational trail networks. The natural resource area functions as a trail corridor connecting Badger Prairie County Park and the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association's Reddan Soccer Complex with the City of Madison's Elver Park and Verona’s Home Town Community Park. The area includes the Ice Age Junction Bike/Ped Trail the Military Ridge State Trail. This natural resources area is made possible by partnerships between Dane County, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the National Park Service, the City of Verona, the Town of Verona, and the Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation.

About the Ice Age National Scenic Trail:  
Starting at the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway on the border between Wisconsin and Minnesota, this scenic trail winds its way across Wisconsin to Potawatami State Park in Door County. The Ice Age Trail Corridor passes through the west side of Dane County from Lodi Marsh in the Town of Dane to the Brooklyn State Wildlife Area in the Town of Montrose. The trail traverses the end of moraine of Dane County's last glacier, passing through oak savannas, prairies, and oak, hickory, and maple forests. In cooperation with the Ice Age Trail Foundation, Dane County features several links to completed sections of the corridor:  Indian Lake County Park, Badger Prairie County Park, Prairie Moraine County ParkIce Age Reserve Wildlife Area.  Please visit US National Parks for more information.

This park is supported by Ice Age Trail Alliance and Friends of Badger Mill Creek Environmental Corridor.



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