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Lake View Hill Park is perched on a hill overlooking the Northside of Madison in Dane County, Wisconsin.  This 48 acre park is the former site of the Lake View Sanatorium, built in 1930 for the treatment of tuberculosis. The property includes:

  • 26 acres of upper woodlands
  • 15 acres of meadows, including the original great lawn
  • and the original sanatorium buildings that now house the Dane County Human Services Department.

 

Friends of Lake View Hill Park shared their event.

In case anyone noticed or perhaps this deterred you to say Interested but not Going !! - the time has been corrected to be from 10am to 12pm and not 2pm as it erroneously indicated! That would have been a really long meeting!
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Friends of Lake View Hill Park shared UW Urban Canid Project's post.

On our Annual Meeting agenda this Saturday!
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Now we're really getting somewhere! Our project was featured in The Atlantic last week www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/02/urban-foxes-and-coyotes-learn-to-make-nice/552995/ (Picture ...

On our Annual Meeting agenda this Saturday!

See more of these great photos at the Friends of Lake View Park Annual Meeting - Saturday, Feb 17th, 10am at the Dane County Human Services Building,1202 Northport Drive. The view from the fountain in about 1950 shows stone seats to the side and a background of the farms that would become Warner Park. From the Helen E. Rhode (1925-2013) Collection ... See MoreSee Less

See more of these great photos at the Friends of Lake View Park Annual Meeting - Saturday, Feb 17th, 10am at the Dane County Human Services Building,1202 Northport Drive. The view from the fountain in about 1950 shows stone seats to the side and a background of the farms that would become Warner Park.  From the Helen E. Rhode (1925-2013) Collection