Cadiz Springs State Recreation Area

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Coordinates: 42°35′3″N 89°46′19″W / 42.58417°N 89.77194°W / 42.58417; -89.77194
Cadiz Springs State Recreation Area
Wisconsin State Park
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Lake Zander at Cadiz Springs
Country United States
State Wisconsin
County Green
Location Browntown
 - coordinates 42°35′3″N 89°46′19″W / 42.58417°N 89.77194°W / 42.58417; -89.77194
Area 644 acres (261 ha)
Founded 1980
Management Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
IUCN category V - Protected Landscape/Seascape
Location of Cadiz Springs State Recreation Area in Wisconsin

Cadiz Springs State Recreation Area is a state park unit of Wisconsin, United States, featuring two reservoirs on a spring-fed creek. The creek was dammed to provide water recreation opportunities in the Driftless Area, a region with few natural lakes. The total surface area of Beckman and Zander Lakes is 95 acres (38 ha). The current park was created in 1980 when Cadiz Springs State Park was combined with the Browntown Wildlife Area.

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