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Honey Creek State Natural Area



04/01 - 10/31

Honey Creek State Natural Area lies along a portion of Honey Creek, a Class II trout stream that flows to the Wisconsin River. The topography ranges from creek bottoms and boggy areas through steep slopes and rock escarpments to upland ridges. From the intersection of Highways 12 and PF, just west of Prairie du Sac, go west on County PF for 14.3 miles, then west on Lins Road for 0.5 mile to the site.



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  • Eric E posted 5 months ago
    "First time there. didn't find the water fall. First (person) to break trail after the snow storm. Very quiet place if you stop a bit the animals will come out"
  • Matthew Balch posted 4 months ago
    "Awesome place. Not really a good place to bring your kids."
  • Joe Privett posted 1 month ago
    "Have tried several times, can't find a trail of any sort"
  • Matthew Wallrath posted 3 months ago
    "Beautiful spot, with many birds and native plants."
  • nick thierer posted 6 months ago
    "Great natural area for bird watching and other wildlife!"