Shelters » Sandy Knoll County Park - Ranger's HouseSandy Knoll County Park - Ranger's House
Sandy Knoll County Park - Ranger's House2064 Wallace Lake Road, West Bend, WI 53090
Town of Trenton
Ranger's House is Available Year-Round
Park Hours: 6 AM - 10 PM
Park is open year-round
Enjoy your stay at a former ranger house. House includes master bedroom with a queen bed, small deck and private one-half bathroom. Second bedroom includes a double bed with ample closest space. The third bedroom has traditional bunk beds, a futon and a large closet. The house sleeps eight in beds with additional space on two regular sofas.
Two full bathrooms recently remodeled to meet the needs of occupants. There is a full kitchen with all appliances, microwave, cookware, dinnerware, and associated cooking utensils. A dining room table that easily seats eight with nearby deck that includes a Weber charcoal grill.
A living room with wood-burning fireplace will take the chill out of winter rentals. The living room has a large screen TV and local cable channels are provided. The basement family room area also boasts an additional large screen TV. Two storage rooms also on the basement floor provide a quiet place to read a book, put together a puzzle or play board games with the family.
Wireless high-speed cable internet is provided with excellent reception throughout the house. A fire pit is provided in the backyard along with ample room for backyard activities. Attached two-car garage and parking area offers ample room for cars, trucks and snowmobiles.
The ranger house is located in Sandy Knoll County Park. All of the county park amenities are available to ranger house occupants. Enjoy the small pond and beach area. Many miles of trails are available for all seasons. Children will have fun on both playground areas with one located very near the ranger house.
Sandy Knoll County Park is 267acres and is the largest of the Washington County parks. The relatively flat terrain and well-drained sandy soil make this Park available to the public even during a wet season.
Oaks and maples are the predominant deciduous tree species. The swampy areas support a combination of hardwoods and cedars. Wooded hiking trails throughout the park provide a variety of experiences throughout the seasons with spring ephemerals early in the year, shady paths in summer and fall color in autumn.
The Park provides both educational and recreational opportunities. Hiking and skiing loops traverse the Park. The pond, with adjacent streams, makes this an excellent area for aquatic studies.
4 Reservable Shelters
Lighted Parking Areas
Swimming Beach (no lifeguard provided)
Snowmobile Trail Access
Heated Flush Restrooms
Cross Country Ski Trail (trail is not groomed)
Sand Volleyball Court (bring own ball and net)
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2064 Wallace Lake Road, West Bend, WI 53090
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