The Meadows of Sixmile Creek
Highlighted in the 50 best places to play in the state of Wisconsin, The Me adows of Sixmile Creek artistically blends bent-grass greens, tees, and fairways with over 40 additional acres of natural habitat home to Sand Hill Cranes, Red Fox, Yellow Winged Blackbirds, and a variety of Egrets, just to name a few. In addition to the natural beauty and wildlife, superior drainage at The Meadows of Sixmile Creek allows for dry, comfortable conditions on days where other nearby courses are just serving drinks. Your guests will appreciate that no two rounds of golf are ever the same at Sixmile Creek.
Choose Your List(s)
People of the Woodlands: Wisconsin Indian Ways 11/06/2009 - 12/31/2019 Madison - 8.5 miles away
Tuesday is Cruiseday! 6/06/2017 - 8/29/2017 Lodi - 10.17 miles away
Concerts on the Square 6/08/2017 - 8/24/2017 Baraboo - 24.32 miles away
Concerts at the Portage 6/07/2017 - 8/30/2017 Portage - 26.1 miles away
Tour the Aldo Leopold Shack and Farm, a National Historic Landmark 5/27/2017 - 10/21/2017 Baraboo - 27.33 miles away
Evansville Historic District Walking Tours 5/05/2017 - 9/29/2017 Evansville - 29.08 miles away
Twilight at Taliesin 6/02/2017 - 9/29/2017 Spring Green - 30.44 miles away
Church Basement Ladies 7/27/2017 - 9/10/2017 Fort Atkinson - 36.17 miles away
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- Computers, monitors, printers, photocopiers, and other smallappliances such as coffee machines are turned off when not in use.
- Organic compost from Purple Cow Organics is applied to the golfcourse in order to eliminate the use of chemical fertilizers.
- Soaker hoses, drip irrigation, or rain barrel systems are used towater plants. In addition, mulch is used to help retain water. Avoid planting exotic species and remove, kill, or prevent exoticspecies from spreading.