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Round Lake Logging Dam
Originally constructed in 1878, then completely restored in 1995, the Round Lake Dam is typical of the type of dam built by loggers in the early 1900s. The dam is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Embark on a journey through time and explore history by hiking the Round Lake Logging Dam Interpretive Trail a 1/2 mile with a compacted gravel surface and a 3-7% grade.
Hours of Operation
From Hwy. 13 in Fifield travel 22 miles east on Hwy 70, go north about 4 miles on Forest Road 144/Shady Knoll Road, east a short distance on Forest Road 535/Boat Landing Rd, then turn north on Forest Road 535A/Logging Dam Rd to the parking area.
- On Water
Trail Length (miles)
- Early Industry
- Wisconsin History