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Warner Park, Madison

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Where to stay in Madison

The university and state politics draw a constant stream of visitors to Madison, so you'll find a wide range of accommodations in the city. Numerous hotels circle the campus, and some of these overlook Lake Mendota. Moving onto the isthmus between Lake Mendota and Lake Monona, you'll find a handful of charming inns and bed and breakfasts, most of which offer panoramic views of the water. Areas south of Lake Monona feature national chain hotels and motels. These sit farther away from the action around campus and the State Capitol Building, but they can also offer water views and quiet settings near some of Madison's many parks.
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  • Had passed this park many times and it looked like it was just a large sports field and some open space with grass. Totally mistaken. This is a large and beautiful natural area with a variety of ecosy...  more »
  • From a minor league baseball stadium to endless football and soccer fields, and basketball courts , surrounded by nature, including a forest for hiking, 300 acre Warner Park is a great place for nearl...  more »
  • From lush, grassy spaces to a picturesque lake - Warner Park is a quaint little spot for walking, riding bikes, sitting on benches, checking out the local birds of all types, etc.  more »
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  • Nice place, used to be the host of Rhythm and Booms(now shake the lake if memory serves). Has plenty of space for all sorts of activities. I've even been able to take a disc golf pin out near the trees by the tennis courts to just play back and forth to using the trees as pins as well. Most park related activities you can easily do here. Some may not consider it the best of neighborhoods, but I have yet to have anything go wrong to me. Just consider being a bit more careful around night time. Some areas are completely invisible from the roads, and might not be seen by a concerned citizen or cop if something happens. As well, if memory serves there isn't a ton of light at night(more so a problem when days become shorter). That said during the day time it's more than safe, just wanted to warn anyone that you should be careful at night, and understand it might not be the safest place around at those times(although probably not the worst neighborhood either, I've known multiple people that have lived in the area). There are just some cheaper "slum lord"(according to a friend who lived in one) apartments around that have attracted less scrupulous individuals.
  • We always have fun at the Duck Pond in Warner Park where the Madison Mallards Baseball team plays. They have good baseball (college guys )and lots of activities between innings. You can purchase tickets that include all your food and drinks.
  • Attended a Madison Mallards game as a part of a work gathering. We had great seats in the duck pond with unlimited drinks and food. It was a great time.
  • Affordable family fun. The staff at Warner Park were absolutely amazing with children. There's a great time
  • First time to a Madison Mallards game. What a blast! Sit in the Duck Pond. All you can eat and drink! Beautiful weather and a home team win made it even better.