The Ice Age Complex at Cross Plains is a compilation of federal, state and county land near the village of Cross Plains, Wisconsin. Currently there is about 750 acres of public land available for recreation. The entire proposed project boundary encompasses about 1,500 acres. The complex is open year-round from sunrise to sunset daily. The properties are closed to visitors after dark. Vehicle admission stickers are not required. Hunting and fishing licenses apply. The Ice Age Complex at Cross Plains is part of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve.
Outdoors & Sports
- Cross-Country Skiing: