Kahl Halfway Prairie Park

Kahl Park
spiderwort (Tradescantia) in foreground with pale indian plantain (Arnoglossum atriplicifolium) behind and town hall in background

9046 State Road 19
Mazomanie, WI 53560

Kahl Halfway Prairie Park is a 3.4 acre multi-use park with a conservancy of native plants, a scrape pond for waterfowl, and wetland habitat. Amenities include paths through the park, benches, reservable shelter, and a playing field. Owned and managed by the Town of Berry, Kahl Halfway Prairie Park is located adjacent to the Town of Berry Town Hall. The park was developed and is maintained in large part by grants, gifts, and volunteer time of town residents. To reserve the playing field or shelter, contact the town clerk at (608)-767-4152 or email twnberry@chorus.net.

Please view the Park History.

Park Plan
Kahl Park Time Line
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