Located between Old Sauk, Twin Valley and Blackhawk roads, the Pope Farm Conservancy provides more than 105 acres of nature. This is a place to enjoy walking trails, beautiful views, the five stone amphitheaters and so much more. Whether you come for a natural education from the interpretive signs or you come to enjoy time away from the city, you're sure to enjoy the Conservancy.
The Pope Farm Conservancy provides plenty of beautiful flora and geology. It's a place to enjoy a long hike, hold an event or just relax. The Conservancy is a restoration area with farmland, trails and more.
When you decide you want to hold an event at the Pope Farm Conservancy, you need to be are of a few rules and what you are getting into. Some of the things you should know include:
- Parking for only 40 vehicles is provided
- There are no electrical outlets
- You cannot use event tents
- A written permit from the Town of Middleton may be required
- Dogs are not allowed
- You can have horses on the horse trails and in designated areas
Go here for a complete list of the rules and the events that require a permit, visit.
Friends of Pope Farm Conservancy
If you want to support the Conservancy so that you and many others can continue to enjoy this slice of beautiful nature, you can join the Friends of Pop Farm Conservancy. They are an organization dedicated to keeping the property beautiful and natural.
The balance of wildlife is very important, along with the historical features. FOPFC helps to protect both and they also help to create scenic landscapes for all to enjoy. If you want to support the Pope Farm Conservancy, find out more about the FOPCF by visiting their website.
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