The kiddie targeted tourist trap offerings of water parks and crowded boat rides in the Wisconsin Dells don’t greatly appeal to Storm. I think he partook of all he could stand of that entertainment brand on our last visit. But I need a one day break from cleaning the RV, so we strike out to visit local sights less awash in dripping bathing suit clad masses. We wander north and stumble upon the waterfall adorned Daggett Park in Montello.
Four waterfalls ring an abandoned red granite mine here. Now a lovely small downtown park, the red granite once mined here was made famous by the fact that the stone for Grant’s Tomb was chosen from this site. Both the General’s and his wife’s sarcophagi are crafted from stone mined here. In order to win this distinction, this granite beat out a few hundred other samples from competitors worldwide.