Looking to explore nature around UW-Madison?
With over 260 parks and an abundance of other green spaces in Madison, Badgers Branch Out will help you find your next adventure.
Do you have time to spare between classes or are looking for a new place to study? UW-Madison offers a variety of outdoor areas to enjoy.
Are you looking to explore Madison beyond campus but don’t know where to start? Badgers Branch Out will help you find the perfect green space to explore in Madison.
Are you ready to branch out of Madison and explore other natural areas in Dane County? Badgers Branch Out is here to get you started.
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- Hoyt Park
- James Madison Park
- Camp Randall Memorial Park
- Allen Centennial Gardens
- Observatory Hill
- Picnic Point
- Raymer’s Cove
- UW-Madison Botany Garden
- Olbrich Botanical Gardens
- Olin Park u0026amp; Turville Point Conservation Park
- Owen Conservation Park
- Tenney Park
- UW-Madison Arboretum
- Vilas (Henry) Park
- Governor Nelson State Park
- Governor’s Island
- Warner Park
- Pheasant Branch Conservancy
- Cherokee Marsh Conservation Area
- Capital Springs Recreation Area
- Burrows Park
- Yahara Place Park
- B.B. Clarke Beach
- Merrill Springs Park
- Eagle Heights Community Garden
- Period Garden Park
- Giddings Park
- Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
- Marshall Park
- Moore Hall Courtyard
- Rooftop at Nancy Nicholas Hall
- Rooftop at Education Building
- Memorial Union Terrace
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Madison is consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the United States for access to parks. With so many green spaces around Madison, Badgers Branch Out’s purpose is to help UW-Madison students explore nature on and around campus.
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