Steven Dutch, Professor Emeritus, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
|Quarry Park is an Oneida tribal park. This is the main entrance.|
|Another road leads to the west end of the park but is closed to vehicles.|
View from the northeast end near the parking area.
Good fossils can be seen in the weathered blocks and outcrops at the west end of the pond.
|A crinoid stem|
|Crinoid stem fragments|
|Trace fossils are abundant, shown at left and below.|
|A small stromatolite|
|Tufa incrustations are common on boulders|
|View looking south toward Duck Creek.|
|At the bridge, outcrops are visible in the bed of Duck Creek, as shown by the views at left and below.|
|Just north of the bridge, a home uses a small flooded quarry pit as a pond.|
|View looking east. The high bank is cut into Pleistocene deposits and is one of several terraces along the creek.|
Created 3 May 2002, Last Update 12 Jan 2020