Viking County Park

Viking County Park is located on the Yahara River downstream of Lake Kegonsa.  The park has many accessible locations for shore fishing due to the extensive shoreline and convenient hiking and multi-use trails; fish species include panfish (primary) and largemouth bass, northern pike (secondary).  In addition, the park offers a small reservable picnic shelter (non-electric), a fenced dog exercise area including two dog beaches, and ideal areas for family outings.  Portions of the park, including the dog exercise area, are on peninsulas that extend into the Yahara River. This park also has a trail that connects the park to nearby City of Stoughton. The park can be reached by driving north on County Highway N from US Highway 51 in Stoughton.





Activities

Accessible Facilities
Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail (unpaved)
Canoe/Kayak Launch
Dog Park
Fishing
Hiking Trail
Parking
Picnic Area
Restrooms (vault)
Shelter (non-electric)
Snowmobile Trail
Snowshoeing (designated trail)
Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail (unpaved) , Canoe/Kayak Launch , Dog Park , Fishing , Hiking Trail , Parking , Picnic Area , Restrooms (vault) , Shelter (non-electric) , Snowmobile Trail , Snowshoeing (designated trail) , Accessible Facilities