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Parfrey's Glen State Natural Area



01/01 - 12/31

Monday - Sunday 

6:00 am - 8:00 pm

Parfrey's Glen, Wisconsin's first State Natural Area, is a spectacular gorge deeply incised into the sandstone conglomerate of the south flank of the Baraboo Hills. Parfrey's Glen is open daily 6:00 am - 8:00pm. Visitors must remain on the trail. Pets, food, and beverage are not allowed in the natural area. A State Park sticker is required and available at nearby Devil's Lake State Park.



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  • Paul Behnke posted 21 days ago
    "This place is amazing. Take a walk along the path, but don't stop walking when the path stops. This is a blast jumping from Rock to rock over the stream and climbing boulders to see some amazing sights. "
  • kim wrangell posted 1 month ago
    "This is a nice walk. Pretty easy terrain, good if you have younger children. Very beautiful and not as crowded as Devils lake, which is very close by. "
  • Alec B posted 3 months ago
    "Beautiful. The trails are well maintained and clear. You walk along a stream back into an area of waterfalls. Unfortunately the path ends abruptly at a private property sign. "
  • Andrey posted 4 months ago
    "One of the best canyon style parks we've been to. Not a very well know park but truly an amazing one. the walk from the parking lot is about .7 miles."
  • Mary McNabb posted 1 month ago
    "Beautiful area and easy enough that children can participate. Short hike that requires very little effort. "