The Lussier Family Heritage Center is located in Lake Farm County Park, the gateway to the 3,600-acre Lewis Nine Springs E-Way Corridor Resources Protection area, which runs from Verona east to Lake Waubesa. This park is the junction of two major regional bicycle trails - the Glacial Drumlin and Military Ridge trails, via Madison's Capital City Trail. Lake Farm Park and the adjacent E-Way contain an array of natural resources and landscape types.

Lake Farm Park is also part of the new Capital Springs Centennial State Park and Recreation Area established in 2000.

The Lussier Family Heritage Center at Capital Springs Centennial State Park and Recreation Area, Lake Farm Unit, is a seven-minute drive from downtown Madison, one mile south of the Beltline (Hwys. 12-18-151), and has excellent access to the regional highway system.

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3101 Lake Farm Rd., Madison, Wisconsin 53711

Directions To The Lussier Family Heritage Center

  • Traveling on I-94 west, exit on I-90 south (exit 138A). Continuing on I-90 exit at the West Beltline Highways 12 & 18 (exit 142A).
  • From the West Beltline take the South Towne Drive Exit (exit 264) and go south.
  • Continue for almost 1 mile and then turn left on Moorland Road, which turns into Lake Farm Road after the road curves.
  • Turn left into our driveway, at the Lussier Family Heritage Center sign, 3101 Lake Farm Road.
  • As you enter, the campground is on the right and our building is on the left.

Revised: April 15th, 2010