• Durwards Glen OLRG, ltd.

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    W11876 McLeisch Road
    Baraboo, WI 53913
    (608) 356-8113
    Hours:
    Grounds open to the public daily, dawn to dusk.

    About Us

    With its 150+ year history, Durward's Glen has touched countless lives with peace and tranquility. Its pristine setting, nestled in the Baraboo Bluffs, is unsurpassed in natural beauty. Originally read more
    • About

      With its 150+ year history, Durward's Glen has touched countless lives with peace and tranquility. Its pristine setting, nestled in the Baraboo Bluffs, is unsurpassed in natural beauty. Originally owned and developed by Scottish immigrant Bernard Durward in the middle 1800's, Durward's Glen has a reputation for providing "the peace that you seek."

      Walk the nature trails visiting the Glen - a natural rock formation and waterway, the 350+ year old Oak Tree or the 80+ species of birds there; visit the religious shrines; pray in the Immaculate Conception Chapel - a Catholic Oratory for the diocese of Madison; visit the historic buildings; or enjoy the pond, trout stream and wetlands. Whatever you do at Durward's Glen, you will create memories that last a life-time.

      Overnight lodging is available in the historic Log Lodge, the Artist Cottage, or the Cornerstone Hermitage. Meeting space is available in the Log Lodge. The grounds are open to the public every day from dawn til dusk.

      Durward's Glen is managed by a Friends Group - a nonprofit that works to keep the Glen open to the public for the community to enjoy and treasure. Your donations and support are appreciated.

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    • Directions

      From Baraboo: Take Hwy 33 East 6.6 m. Turn right onto County X. Go straight one m. Turn right onto Durward's Glen Road. Go 3.6 m. Turn right onto McLeisch Road and go 1/8th of a m. Turn in to the Glen