Be a Friend of Indian Lake County Park
The Friends of Indian Lake County Park is a non-profit group working with Dane County Parks to protect, preserve, and enhance beautiful Indian Lake County Park.
Indian Lake County Park is a 483-acre park on the edge of southwest Wisconsin’s driftless area, north of Cross Plains. Until the 1800s, oak savanna and prairie covered the hills surrounding Indian Lake. Only a few patches of prairie now remain. Today, you can hike, run, cross-country ski, walk your dog, fish, or picnic in this magnificent setting. The Friends of Indian Lake County Park is dedicated to working with Dane County Parks to restore the native landscape in the park.
Projects and activities include:
:: Prairie and woodland restoration
:: Restoration of Indian Lake’s fishery
:: Trail maintenance and building
:: Capital projects such as a well and interpretive park exhibits
:: Trail and showshoe runs
:: Nature hikes
:: Chapel maintenance
Become a friend of the park by volunteering at Indian Lake for 6 hours a year. You can fill out the form below, reach us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or print and mail this note (PDF). Join us!
￼￼￼Friends of Indian Lake County Park is a non-profit organization working with Dane County Parks to support Indian Lake County Park. Our 501(c)(3) charitable organization status means that all contributions to the Friends group are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.