Governor Dodge State Park
Governor Dodge State Park is one of the state’s largest parks, with 5,350 acres of steep hills, bluffs and deep valleys plus two lakes and a waterfall. Located in Wisconsin’s scenic Driftless area, Governor Dodge offers camping, picnicking, hiking, canoeing, biking, hunting, fishing, off-road biking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding opportunities. (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)
4175 State Highway 23 N Dodgeville, WI 53533
6am - 11pm daily
- Restrooms (Flush)
- Shelter (Electric)
- Shelter (Non-electric)
- Scenic Overlook
State trail pass is required for bikers and horseback riders 16 years of age and older.
General Henry Dodge, one of the original white settlers, was instrumental in establishing peace in the area. Dodge was later appointed the first territorial governor of Wisconsin.