Here's the "Welcome" sign, held by a frame that includes a beige outline of one common type of effigy mound shape.
Here's a close up of the "Welcome" sign.
This mound is long and straight, and is shown from one end thereof.
It's hard to tell that there's a mound here, because of the high grass growth.
Another mound is overgrown with grass and wild flowers.
Several trees have taken root in this long straight mound.
The footpath goes between two mounds.
No mounds here, just a nice place to break for lunch. This is River Bend Park in Horicon, Wisconsin.
Of course, no placed named "River Bend" would be complete without a river.
For more information on Lizard Mound Park, go to Wisconsin Historical Markers.