Historic, State & Local Parks

Mush-ko-se-day-parkMush-Ko-Se-Day Park

The 52-acre park is located south of Hackbarth Road and west of Hwy K, just west of the new Alpine Meadows subdivision. A small parking lot is located at 
the end of Aspen Drive.





Access is also available through town-owned land on Bramble Bush Lane.

The park has a pond, an ephemeral pond, a tall and short grass prairie, and a woods, with part being restored to a bur oak savanna.

The park has three distinct areas which can be easily discerned from the map.




Aztalan State Park

aztalan-state-parkAztalan State Park is the site of a major Native American settlement.  There are burial mounds and wooden poles standing upright from the ground that show some forms of a permanent settling.  The park is kept clean and the grass is freshly mowed.  The Crawfish River runs through Aztalan State Park in the east.  aztalan-mapAztalan State Park is on the National Register is Historic Places.