Natural Bridge State Park (Wisconsin)

43.345904 - 89.932537Koordinaten: 43 ° 20 ' 45 "N, 89 ° 55' 57 " W

The Natural Bridge State Park is located in Sauk County of the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Founded in 1973, The State Park has It is located between Baraboo and Leland and is accessible via the County Highway C an area of 2140 ha. For the administration of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is responsible.

The grounds of the State Park consists of oak forests and sometimes original prairie. Many wildflowers and birds can be spotted in the park.

Geology is the State Park in the Baraboo Hills in the Driftless Area, which was covered by glaciers during the Ice Age not. The span of the arch of the bridge caused by wind erosion of sandstone is 11 meters and the clear height 7.6 meters. In Wisconsin, it is the largest rock arch. Below this rock bridge is still an overhang in the rock, under the Warren L. Wittry of the Wisconsin Historical Society artifacts were found in 1954, which have an age 6000-7000 years.