Most People Don’t Know About These Strange Ruins Hiding In Wisconsin

Indian Lake Park in Cross Plains, Wisconsin is one of the largest parks in Dane County. Its 442 acres hold numerous secrets. Part of the Ice Age Trail is here, as well as a tiny, historic chapel built back in 1857. But one of the most interesting bits of the park is located right near the main entrance.

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The Matz Stone Ruins are a strange site to see in a county park, but they tell a story of a different time.

Looking for more hauntingly beautiful spots in Wisconsin? Read about Aztalan State Park here.