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Baraboo Wisconsin River Walk- What a Gem!

Dated: May 11 2020

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I took my kids on the Baraboo River walk. It is such a neat place! If you have not been there yet, you should make the trip!

Here is more info:

The paved Riverwalk follows the Baraboo River as it winds through the City for 3 miles!
You will find something for everyone here!
There are dog waste stations. Benches are located along the route for relaxing and reading a good book.  It is a popular place for residents & visitors to walk, jog, ride bike and enjoy nature. This is a part of the National Ice Age Scenic Trail. This connects to other Wisconsin communities, parks and natural areas. The Riverwalk starts just west of Ochsner Park at 8th Street and ends at Maxwell-Potter Conservancy on Hill Street. 

Exciting News! The Maxwell-Potter bridge will be completed in August of 2020. Keep an eye out for a bridge dedication hopefully taking place in early September!


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Samanthia Ramsey Brunker

About Samanthia Ramsey Brunker- I have a Client-First Philosophy! I Love Real Estate! That is why I became an agent back in 2001. I enjoy helping Buyers and Sellers achieve their Dreams! When I am not....

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