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We stopped in a small town called Alma where we had lunch at one of the only places which were open. We were then told by locals to just drive up the hill overlooking the town as we would have a great surprise. We followed...More
A winding road up to the park but well worth the drive. Beautiful view and areas to picnic and enjoy time with friends and family. Just a short distance from the Danzinger Vineyards.
Downside: No safety railings or protection as you look down at the...More
A great view of the landscape of hills,river, peace and tranquility! We were hoping to see more fall colors, might have been there a week to soon- first week of Oct. If it was a bit warmer we could have enjoyed a picnic!
The road is a bit windy, and there's a short hike to the bluff, but well worth the trip! There is a bench at the point to enjoy the view. Also there are many picnic tables in the park. Watch out for silage trucks right...More
I"m not a huge fan of heights so I wasn't interested in walking right to the edge as there is no fence or guardrail. But, you can get the full view anyway as there are gently sloped stairs leading down to the scenic viewing area...More
From Buena Vista Park you can see the Mississippi River area, lock and dam #4, and scenery. It is free with plenty of parking.
I hiked down - about 3/4 of a mile on a nice path. (It was steep - I could have hiked...More
Located 500 feet above Alma, Wisconsin, it’s a small city park with a big view of the Mississippi River for several miles to the north and south. According to Better Homes & Gardens magazine, "Buena Vista Park is one of the river valley's finest natural...More