Lizard Mound County Park

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2121 County Highway A
Town of Farmington

Park Hours: 6AM - 9PM
Park is open April 1- November 14


The mounds at Lizard Mound are remnants of a prehistoric culture unique to Wisconsin.
In 2011, Washington County constructed an Interpretive Center with signage and audio exhibits to tell the story of the site.

Lizard Mound and the Interpretive Center is available in spring, summer and fall for free to the public and other groups who want to visit. Come, explore and learn about peoples who built these monuments in Wisconsin a thousand years ago.

Note: Please stay on the trail, treat this area with respect and do not walk on the mounds. It is illegal to remove or to otherwise disturb archaeological sites on County lands without a permit.

Click here for more information on the history of Lizard Mound County Park

Park Amenities:

  • Picnic Area
  • Portable Restrooms
  • Water
  • Historic Site
  • Hiking Trail
  • Interpretive Center
Lizard Mound Lesson Plans:

For educators, visiting groups and parents, click below for lesson plans designed to enhance your visit to Lizard Mound County Park. They are free to download and use. The plans listed here are in the science, math and art subject areas and meet the curriculum standards for the 4th grade.

These projects were created by the Farmington Historical Society in collaboration with the Washington County Park System. Please direct inquiries, comments, and questions to FarmingtonHistory017@gmail.com


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