Perrot State Park apparently features several groups of mounds. One of the maps at the bottom of this page shows extant versus
extinct mounds in the area, although it's very inaccurate and all but impossible to read since the only other park's feature shown there
is a Nature Center. The actual map of the park shows several locations of the mounds that are accessible and open to the public.
If you drive into the park following riverbank road from Trempealeau, the first group of mounds will be to your left just before you
reach park office. I counted 11 (possibly 12) conical mounds there, nicely scattered on both sides of the trail (you can walk from the
office's parking lot). Mounds are in decent condition, although I found some bald spots that need to be patched up to prevent
deterioration from elements. It appeared the grass on the mounds was sheared, and maybe mowed See above).
The parking lot and picnic area immediately after park office hosts another conical mound - this one much better protected by the
wooden fence and with grasses grown on it and interpretive tablet. This one and the mounds described above don't seem to belong
to any named group (see below).