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The Baraboo Riverwalk occupies nearly 3 miles of the Baraboo River's east bank. The shared use path brings residents to nature not just by bringing them closer to the river, but also by threading through a series of city parks; at each park, there are benches overlooking the river. The trail begins by running through a wooded riverside corridor in Oschner Park. The trail opens up in Lower Oschner Park, which features an open grassy field for passive and active recreation. There is a short gap between Lower Oschner Park and the next park, but you can use 2nd and Ridge Streets to close it.
At the Mary Rountree Evans, the trail maintains its route following close to the river, shaded by trees until it reaches Broadway Park. It continues west, under Broadway Street, into Riverwalk Park before concluding at Water Street.
The Baraboo River walk is a segment of the cross-state Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
Lower Oschner Park has ample parking (820 2nd Ave). You can also find parking at Mary Rountree Evans Park (2nd Avenue and Park Street, Baraboo)
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