The Glacier Hills Ranger House is located in Glacier Hills County Park and is located on what geologists term an interlobate moraine. Between ten and twenty thousand years ago, the Green Bay and Lake Michigan Glacier Lobes butted against each other. When they receded, approximately 10,000 years ago, they left the interesting and unique landform we call the Kettle Moraine.
The park was originally developed as St. Amelians Orphanage Youth Camp and became a Washington County Park in 1976. The park consists of 140 acres of land and includes approximately 1,200 feet of frontage on Friess Lake.
The rental house is located just 150' from the Main Hall & Chapel, which often holds large events and weddings throughout the year (weddings often go until 11:00 pm - 12:00 pm on Saturday evenings and can be heard from the house). The house has 4 bedrooms and can sleep up to 14 people, a great place to stay for groups attending events at the park. There are 1.5 bathrooms, a laundry room, full kitchen, living room, a two car garage, and a private deck and backyard.
•Hiking Trails (6.5 miles)
•4 Reservable Shelters
•Lighted Parking Areas
•Lighted Sled Hill
(not designed for use by small children)
•Snowmobile Trail Access
•Heated Flush Restrooms
•Cross Country Ski Trail (trail is not groomed)
•Sand Volleyball Court
(provide own ball and net)
•Swimming (no lifeguard provided)
Visit the website below for more information on the park.