Turville Point Conservation Park
|Address:||1202 Olin-Turville Ct.|
|Hours:||4:00am - dusk|
|Shoreline On:||Lake Monona|
This natural gem borders the shores of Lake Monona, a short walk from downtown. Large red, bur, and white oak provide the canopy under which a variety of spring wildflowers bloom. A seven-acre prairie opening adds to the diversity of the site. Adjacent to Olin Park which has restrooms and a parking lot.
Help us identify plant species found at Turville Point Conservation Park. We welcome your help in verifying and updating this list. Feel free to send us any notes or information you may have about the plant community at Turville Point, including the dates you observe the different species to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Features 2.3 miles of trails.
Park HighlightsBird & Nature Outing: Explore this park with a FREE, guided nature walk offered monthly.
Also visit Friends of Olin-Turville for more events and volunteer projects.
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Conservation Park Rules
Conservation Parks are uniquely managed to further protect native species and wildlife. The following rules apply to all conservation designated parks.
Bicycles & Motor Vehicles
Bicycles and motor vehicles are restricted to entrance roads and parking lots.
Dogs and horses are not allowed.
Fires and picnics are prohibited.
No firearms or weapons are permitted in the restrooms or shelters. Violators are considered trespassers and subject to forfeiture or arrest.
Glass is not allowed.
Hunting & Trapping
Hunting and trapping are prohibited.
Conservation park hours are 4am until one hour after sunset.
All plants and animals are protected. Disturbance or removal requires written permission.
Stay on and use designated trails only.
Trash & Recycling
Place trash in container provided. Please take recyclable material home for proper disposal.