Natural Bridge State Park has a natural sandstone arch created by the eroding effects of wind and water. The bridge has an opening 25 feet high by 35 feet wide. This weathered formation, in Wisconsin's Driftless Area, was missed by the glaciers during the last Ice Age. Near the bridge is a rock shelter used by native people when the glacier was melting, 11,000 years ago. The park is for day use only. There is no camping at Natural Bridge.
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- Natural Bridge State Park
E7792 County Road C
North Freedoom WI 53951
Wisconsin State Park System Natural Bridge State Park
- The park is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Natural Bridge State Park is about 0.75 miles east of the village of Leland on County Highway C in Sauk County. From the east: Take U.S. Highway 12 south from Baraboo or north from Sauk City to County Highway C. Go west on Highway C about 10 miles to the park. A parking lot and picnic area are just off County Highway C. Geographic coordinates are 43° 20' 36.7" N, 89° 55' 56.6" W.