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Mission Statement

The Friends of Donald Park, Inc. promotes and supports the development and passive use of Donald Park through programs and activities that provide education, restoration and preservation of cultural, natural and historic resources representing Dane County’s rural heritage for present and future generations.

The Friends of Donald Park currently has over 200 members, including a nine-member board, each of whom volunteer their time as well.

A Dane County Park
“Partners with Dane County Adult Conservation Team”

“There is strength in the hills and peace in the valleys.”
—Delma Donald Woodburn

Donald Park Entrances


Pop’s Knoll Shelter Entrance
               Equestrian Trail Entrance
1945 Hwy 92                                    8666 Co. Hwy G
Mt. Horeb, WI 53572                         Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
Get Directions
                                    Get Directions
                 To Reserve Delma’s Shelter  
                  click –  Dane County Parks


Hours

A Dane County Park  
Open to the public, year-round, 9 a.m. to dusk

              Trails are sometimes closed for various reasons please check                                          Park Closure/Dane County Parks  for current conditions.                                         Info Line  608-242-4576.


Rules

Dog Permit Required
Dogs are required to be on leash at all times.

Horse Trail Pass Required

No Bikes Allowed In The Park.


Activities

Hiking, Horseback riding

Fishing, Exploring the historic cabin,

Snowshoeing & cross-country skiing on rustic trails,

Prairie and woodland exploration, Relaxing at the pond,

Special planned events … and more!

Join Us, Get Involved, Have Fun!

Mark Your Calendars and Plan To Join Us!

Information About Our Events

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Work days –  Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Newsletters

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The Friends of Donald Park, Inc.

P.O. Box 235, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
contact@donaldpark.org