Dane County Parks

2020 Park Reservations and Permits

Campsite/shelter reservations and permit purchases for 2020 are available via our online store.

  • Lake access piers have been REMOVED for the season
  • Silverwood County Park Sweet Lake boat access (Hwy 106) is CLOSED due to high water.
  • The Prairie Moraine Dog Park will be CLOSED for a work day on Wednesday, Dec. 4th at 8 AM until Dec. 5th at 9 AM.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  Volunteers welcome, please contact our volunteer coordinator at (608) 224-3601.  ‚Äč
  • Two miles of the Capital City Trail between Fish Hatchery Road and Seminole Highway will be CLOSED starting Wednesday, October 2nd for asphalt pavement resurfacing. This is Phase 2 of the Capital City Trail Pavement Restoration project. View the Press Release for more details and find current status information on the trail website.

Located in south-central Wisconsin, Dane County Parks offers a variety of recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.  Natural environments are venues for quiet getaways as well as unique locations for your special event.  Dane County Parks is dedicated to making your experience enjoyable and takes an active role to enhance and preserve the county’s finest natural resources.

Dane County Parks welcomes nearly 3 million visitors annually and manages
over 12,000 acres of land including:
Donations, Memorials and Planned Giving:

Your tax-deductible donation will help us continue to maintain and improve the Dane County Park System. A variety of donation and memorial options are available.