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New Thrive! Park [Nelson, WI] – Open for Public Hiking/Walking

Maps available @ Cleveland St./Christopherson Rd Entrance and www.ThrivePark.org

Leave no trace. Please take out what you bring in.

Opened 2016

Property Donation as Approved by Village of Nelson Board on 3/11/15

Gary "Chris" Christopherson, Donor

 

Thrive! Park Information

  • Thrive! Park, a public park, of the Village of Nelson and donated by Gary “Chris” Christopherson . Donation is about 26 acres of land owned by Donor located at E298 Cleveland Street, Nelson, WI.

  • Public, open to all visitors.

  • Bluff tops, sides, prairies. Donor hopes two primary prairies will be restored and sustained.

  • Includes roads and paths for hiking/walking and prairies for restoration.

  • Hunting and trapping not allowed a) because it is in the Village of Nelson and adjoins private property and b) to not endanger other users, and c) because it is a wildlife safety area.

  • No vehicles (motorized or non-motorized) except for handicapped access and park maintenance.

  • Respect our Park's neighbors. Please don't trespress on their land. Their land is marked on map as Private Land.

  • Leave no trace. Please take out what you bring in.

As shown on map, Thrive! Park consists of hiking roads (marked in white) going along bluff side and back through valley. Also, there are several hiking trails (marked in white) that go to restored bluff and prairie areas and can be accessed off the main hiking roads. Thrive! Park downloadable map and description.

Thrive! Park is east of Highway 35 in Nelson (WI). Take Cleveland Street toward bluffs. As you enter woods, turn left on Christopherson Road. Just after turn, there is a parking lot on right to park. Park entrance and road/trail markings are just left of parking lot.

Responding to visitors’ questions, GChris Sculpture Studio/Gallery is just outside Park’s western edge. To visit, best to contact Chris first at GChris@GChris.com or 301-318-3760. More info at www.GChris.org

Photos with property and donation outlines and with hiking roads and paths.
 Thrive! Park map  Thrive! Park property outline on bluff
Photos of property
Thrive! Park - summer 
 Property view from about 1900  Thrive! Park - winter           
GChris Sculpture Logo  Thrive! Park