Things To Do
For Dam safety and emergency procedures for anglers, boaters, and visitors near the Prairie du Sac Hydroelectric Dam, click here:
Click here for information regarding the Mountain Bike Trails on the Alliant Property:
The area around the Alliant Energy Dam provides wonderful eagle watching opportunities as well as fishing & other activities.
Canoe and/or fish the
Lower Wisconsin Riverway.
Click here to learn more about eagles and eagle watching in our area:
Traverse the Highway 60/Lower Wiscsonsin River Scenic Byway
Hike Ferry Bluff State Natural Area.
More information can be found at: Ferry Bluff State Natural Area
Note: The entire northern unit, consisting of Ferry Bluff and Cactus Bluff, is closed to all entry from November 15 to April 1 to protect roosting bald eagles.
The Great Sauk State Trail passes through the Villages of Sauk City & Prairie du Sac, and the Town of Prairie du Sac, continuing in to the Sauk Prairie Recreation area.
Trail passes are required and available locally. To find out how to purchase your pass locally, call (area code 608):
Sauk Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce at 643 – 4168,
or Prairie du Sac Village Hall at 643 – 2421,
or Sauk City Village Hall at 643 – 3932
For more information click on the following links:
Visit the Sauk Prairie Trap and Skeet Club
When participating in activities, or visiting businesses and organizations, let’s work together for a safe, enjoyable experience for all. Plan ahead, be kind, respect others’ space, follow rules and guidelines.
Places to stay, dine and drink:
The Skyview MotelSkyview Motel website
Pape’s Fair Valley Inn
(Carry out and curbside pick-up are also available.
Phone: (608) 643-6124)