Token Creek Park Road to Close for Pavement Restoration

May 20, 2022
Land & Water Resources

Media Contact:
Alex DeSmidt, Park Facility Planner
(608) 445-8665 –


Token Creek Park Road to Close for Pavement Restoration 
Dane County Parks is reconstructing a portion of the park road at Token Creek County Park, alternate access via Anderson Road required for general park users; campers continue to use Williamsburg entrance

MADISON - May 20, 2022 – Dane County Parks is reconstructing a portion of the park road at Token Creek County Park starting May 25.. Road closures at the main park entrance will require park users to use alternative routes to access the park via the entrance at 4036 Anderson Road.

This reconstruction project extends from the entrance gate to the group camp entrance.  The existing asphalt will be milled, graded and paved over to create a new road surface.

The park entrance at 6200 Williamsburg Way will be closed to general park traffic; however campground users will still use the Williamsburg Way park entrance. The park entrance at 4036 Anderson Rd will also be opened for public park access and all dog park and disc golf traffic will be directed to that entrance. See alternative routes on Google Maps or PDF map.

Dane County Parks Director, Joleen Stinson, says, “Our goal is to minimize disruptions to park users and maintain access to the campground as much as possible while we complete these necessary improvements. There may be points during the weekdays where construction delays visits to the park, but the contractor will leave the park road passable when they are done each day.”

More information is available on the Token Creek County Park - Road Reconstruction webpage:

For questions, please contact the Dane County Parks Office at (608) 224-3730 or Alex DeSmidt, Park Facility Planner, at (608) 445-8665.



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