With versatility throughout the year, Olin Park and Turville Conservation Park are a worthy adventure any season. Pack your favorite lunch to enjoy on the open grassy space along lake Monona with stunning views of Wisconsin’s State Capitol at Olin Park. After a relaxing picnic, go for a hike around Turville Point Conservation Park, where you can find looming oak trees and various wildflowers throughout its 64 acres. If you’re lucky, you may run into some goats eating invasive species and helping to keep the park healthy! Be sure to drive through Olin Park’s holiday lights display during the winter!