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Over two miles of scenic pathway is found along several different rails where views, wildlife viewing opportunities and historic sights are encountered.

Nelson Dewey State Park offers 2.2 miles of hiking trails over the course of several trails. Terrain encountered varies from remnant prairie to deep woods to steep slopes. The most popular trail is Mound Point Trail featuring a wildlife observation platform where spectacular photogenic views of the Mississippi River await. The hike also takes the user past ancient Native American mounds. Woodbine Trail courses off the campground providing panoramic views along the north ridge above the river valley. Cedar Trail is one of the most scenic trails offering river views and views overtop Stonefield State Historic Site.

Directions: From Cassville, WI, Travel west along County VV several miles to the park entrance. Trails spur from office, picnic areas and camping locations.

Distance: 2.2 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

 
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