Double Oaks Savanna

Double Oaks Savanna was gifted to TPE by Alice and Walter Mirk in 2012. The 23 acres contains remnant and restored prairie, oak savanna and oak woodland. The rugged terrain is home to a number of rare species including purple milkweed (Asclepias purpurascens), prairie Indian plantain (Arnoglossum plantagineum), jeweled shooting star (Dodecatheon amethystinum), pickerel frog (Lithobates palustris), and prairie ring-necked snake (Diadophis punctatus arnyi). 








From the east, go to the intersection of Highway 133 and County Road C west of Woodman. Proceed west on County Road C 4.7 miles to the rock quarry on the right., where we will congregate. From the west, go to the intersection of Highway 18 and County Road C, a few miles east of Prairie du Chien. Drive east on County C for 7.8 miles. Just past the settlement of Millville you will come to the rock quarry on the left.

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Usage Policies


  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Hunting (for all species, no permit or reservation required)

Not Allowed: