Donald County Park

Donald County Park is a 775-acre park located in the Town of Springdale, southeast of Mt. Horeb off Highway 92, just west of Mt. Vernon. The park contains oak woods, intriguing rock outcroppings with scenic vistas and springs. The park is also known for its hiking & equestrian trails and trout streams; Deer Creek and Frye Feeder, and Mt. Vernon Creek. Please visit the Friends of Donald Park website for more information.

 





Activities

Archery Hunting (permit required)
Equestrian Trails
Fishing
Foraging
Hiking Trail
Historic Site
Parking
Picnic Area
Restrooms (vault)
Scenic Overlook
Shelter (non-electric)
Snowmobile Trail
Snowshoeing (designated trail)
Wildlife Viewing
Archery Hunting (permit required) , Equestrian Trails , Fishing , Foraging , Hiking Trail , Historic Site , Parking , Picnic Area , Shelter (non-electric) , Restrooms (vault) , Scenic Overlook , Snowmobile Trail , Snowshoeing (designated trail) , Wildlife Viewing