Winter cross-country ski trails track through snowy woodland, and snowshoers trek out on traditional wood frames, exploring for signs of life on fresh snow.
Sugar maple trees are tapped in March, filling the woodland with the sound of sap dripping into pails and billowing clouds of steam off the evaporator.
Visitors can discover North America's native sugaring tradition and taste Ledge View's pure maple syrup on pancakes on Maple Syrup Sunday.
April brings caving season to the park. More than 44 school districts bring children to learn about Wisconsin's geology by getting down and dirty, while weekend public cave tours introduce families to the world underground.
Climb the 60-foot-tall observation tower for panoramic views of the countryside. Take the kids to the obstacles on the Fun Trail.
Ledge View's August Escarpment Bicycle Tour brings cyclists from across Wisconsin for rural riding.
Hike the trails for the beauty of natural ledges in green woodland or in autumn colors, and enjoy the vibrant colors of native prairie flowers and butterflies under blue sky.
Check out the interactive exhibits and live animals inside the nature center.
Participate in an educational workshop, or use the arboretum and gardens to learn about plants.
Halloween Candlelight Cave Tours end the year of events with spooky fun in the woods and caves.