Aztalan State Park

View Website Favorite (26) N6200 County Rd Q - Jefferson, WI 53549
Information: 920-648-8774
Toll Free: 888-936-7463

6am-11pm.

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Wisconsin's most important archaeological site! The site was designated a National Landmark in 1964 and listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. The park showcases an ancient middle-mississippian village and ceremonial complex that thrived between 1000-1300 A.D. The park is mostly open prairie with 38 of its 172 acres in oak woods. Northern pike, catfish, and walleye are caught in the Crawfish River, which is also used for boating and canoeing.

  • Features
    • On Water
    • Disabled Access
  • State Historic Sign Site
    • Yes
  • Fish Type
    • Catfish
    • Northern Pike
    • Walleye
  • Trail Length (miles)
    • 2
  • Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
    • Flat
    • Hilly
    • Open
    • Wooded
  • History/Heritage Type
    • Wisconsin History
  • Natural Attractions Type
    • Parks, Forests, Trails

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Green Innovations

  • Restoration projects include shoreline stabilization, grassland restoration and prairie/oak savanna restorations
  • Leave No Trace principles are promoted to visitors
  • Recycled plastic lumber is used
  • Visitors are educated by interpretive signs and publications providing info on native plants & wildlife