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Visit our historical Shopping district and check out our Antique Malls. Reedsburg offers a skateboard park with challenging obstacles for the skateboard enthusiasts. Close to downtown, this is an ideal park to test your boarding skills.
Canoe the longest free flowing river in the nation – the Baraboo River. This flowage has been largely reclaimed, and flows approximately 100 miles from its headwaters near Hillsboro to its confluence with the Wisconsin River south of Portage. The Reedsburg community has been actively removing logjams and installing new boat launches in an effort to make the river more accessible and enjoyable for river enthusiasts. From the boat launch located in downtown Reedsburg, one can travel down to Rock Springs along a portion of the river that encompasses the most prominent topographic feature of Sauk County. The Baraboo Bluffs tower approximately 800 feet above the adjacent river valley making for an unforgettable adventure of the entire family.
The 400 State Trail is located between Reedsburg and Elroy with 5 communities conveniently spaced along the trail to provide small town hospitality. The Trail Headquarters is located in the historic depot in Reedsburg. The communities located along the trail between Reedsburg and Elroy are: La Valle – 7 miles from Reedsburg; Wonewoc – 7 miles from La Valle; and Union Center – 4 miles from Wonewoc or Elroy. Wetlands, sandstone bluffs, rolling croplands and pastures are just a few of the sights that visitors will enjoy on the 400 trail as it repeatedly criss crosses the Baraboo River. The entire length of the trail follows along the river valley. Snowmobiles use the trail in the winter months. A unique feature of the 400 trail is a 7 mile horse trail which parallels the bike trail between Wonewoc and LaValle.
Nature trails abound within the Reedsburg area. All hiking trails provide scenic vistas and unique opportunities to interact with nature. Reedsburg is conveniently located near the Dell Creek Wildlife Area which encompasses 2,125 acres of public hunting land located just 7 miles northeast of Reedsburg on Highway H. Within the City of Reedsburg the River Walk connects with the Roger Popple nature trail behind Web Park providing a scenic and enjoyable stroll along the Baraboo River. Public lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources provide many opportunities and public spaces to hunt ruffed grouse, turkey, whitetail deer and other game species in the Reedsburg area. The Reedsburg Country Club provides excellent golfing for any level of player.