Kickapoo Valley Reserve

View Website Favorite (9) S3661 State Road 131 - La Farge, WI 54639
Information: 608-625-2960

Open year-round during daylight hours, with overnight primitive camping.

The Reserve is an 8,569-acre tract located between the village of La Farge and Ontario. Sandstone outcroppings tower over the Kickapoo River as you paddle its quiet waters. Native plants and animals abound in all seasons. Join us for a scheduled interpretive hike, adventure into the backcountry on your own, or simply stop and admire the beauty. Permits are required for various visitor uses.

  • Features
    • Camping
    • Pets Welcome/Inquire
  • Trails
    • Yes
  • Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
    • Groomed
  • Trail Length (miles)
    • 10+
  • Snowshoeing
    • Yes
  • Ski Skating
    • Yes
  • Difficulty
    • Easy
    • Medium
  • Natural Attractions Type
    • Parks, Forests, Trails
    • Scenic Vistas

Nearby Places

1
Women in the Outdoors 8/16/2019 - 8/18/2019 Westby - 10.84 miles away
2
Sweet Rides & Sweet Pies 7/27/2019 Westby - 13.2 miles away
3
Viroqua Night Market 6/19/2019 Viroqua - 16.81 miles away
4
Second Sundays at Ernest Hupeden's Painted Forest 6/09/2019 Wonewoc - 17.11 miles away
5
Leon Gatorfest 8/23/2019 - 8/25/2019 Sparta - 18.75 miles away
6
Monroe County Fair 7/24/2019 - 7/28/2019 Tomah - 21.53 miles away
7
5K Fun Run 8/17/2019 Sparta - 22.12 miles away
8
Lazy Beaver Canoe Race 7/27/2019 La Valle - 24.03 miles away

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Certified: (Req. 30 Points)

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Green Innovations

  • There are significant areas of prairie restoration and tree planting on the 8,569 acre property
  • Visitor Center is heated & cooled with geothermal power
  • Ecucational exhibits focus on the rich history, unique geology, flora and fauna of the Kickapoo Valley
  • Low-flow bathroom fixtures and compact flourescent bulbs are in place
  • Organic, local, and fair trade food products are used