Natural Bridge State Park, Leland

#84 of 107 in Nature in Wisconsin
Natural Bridge State Park is a 530-acre (214 ha) state park of Wisconsin, United States, featuring Wisconsin's largest natural arch. Directly beneath the arch is the Raddatz Rockshelter, a rock shelter once used by Paleo-Indians and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The park is located southwest of Baraboo between the unincorporated communities of Leland and Denzer, in the town of Honey Creek.
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  • I had never heard of this small Wisconsin State park until seeing a sign for it while traveling to Spring Green, Wisconsin. While in Spring Green we took a leisurely drive to check it out. Just the....  more »
  • We arrived at this state park and found that we were the only people in the parking lot. The hiking trails are not well marked but the Natural Bridge is easy to find. State Highway C is closed off.....  more »
  • Worth The Drive from Devils lake. A simple 10 minute walk from the Parking lot will get ya there. Pretty Cool Views
  • Absolutely beautiful but definitely a forgotten state park. Maintenance was pretty low compared to most, as well as people's obedience to staying on trails and carving into the sandstone. I've posted a drone picture of the top of the landbridge so people can see what it's like without aiding it's erosion further :)

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