“ski, hike, play!”
Powers Bluff County Park occupies part of the hill. In winter it offers inner-tubing and downhill skiing with tows and a warming house on weekends, and cross-country skiing throughout the week. In other seasons there's a picnic area, playground, and hiking trails. Signs describe the geology of the bluff and the Indian history. Two ceremonial dance rings may still be seen in the mowed picnic area, and two Indian cemeteries are surrounded by boulder fences. Seventy acres to the east of the park is a state Natural Area called Powers Bluff Maple Woods. The park occupies an area across the top of the bluff. Parts of the bluff outside the park are privately owned, used for homes and farming.
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Powers Bluff County Park
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