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I can see for miles and miles...
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Ledge View Nature Center and Park features 105 acres of forest and field, a 60-foot observation tower, a dolostone quarry, three natural caves (access controlled), an arboretum, the Fun Trail, 2-1/2 miles of hiking trails, and an exhibit building with live animals and museum-quality interactive educational exhibits on the Niagara Escarpment, Wisconsin Bats, Lake Sturgeon, and Birds.
The nature center is staffed by three county naturalists. Hours: The building is open 8-4:30 weekdays, 10-4:30 weekends, and closed on major holidays. The park is open dawn till dusk, every day. There is no entrance fee.
The website for the park is: (visit link)
While you're up here, look around. Check out the geological features of the landscape. See where the glaciers carved out the landscape. Watch the birds as they fly around. Mother Nature can be seen from many angles from this vantage point. As long as you're here looking for my cache, why don't you look for this one (GC52F0) also? It is a camo taped matchstick container containing a log only. Please bring a writing utensil to sign the log. I would also appreciate it if it were put back as it was found so other cachers may find this and the muggles cannot.
Enjoy the view!
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:56 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum