The park has rules. Rules about posting pictures of the sculpture on the Internet, and rules about touching and climbing on the sculpture:

The rules are the rules, right? Like a lot of rules in our society, more than likely they're frequently broken and only rarely and arbitrarily enforced. But what's a guy to do?

The park has its own web site. Google has a map, as you might expect. It's so close to my house, that it's an almost automatic destination on weekends when I only have an hour or two free.

I'd love to be able to show pictures of the sculptures. Without them, Laumeier basically just 80 acres of low-quality, honeysuckle-infested, third-or-fourth growth forest wrapped around a big field. A place to walk the dog, and not much more.

So it's just nature pictures:

And not very good ones at that: