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Belmont Mound is a 400 foot hill capped with an observation tower rising 64 feet, and is 1400 feet above sea level. This 271 acre park on the shore of Geneva Lake offers beautiful wooded campsites, an inviting sand beach, over 6 miles of hiking trails and numerous picnicking areas along the shoreline. Located on the Fisher and Chippewa river systems, Brunet Island State Park is a recreational watersports paradise.
This 8,000 acre state park is located on a peninsula along the Yellow River in Castle Rock Flowage. Capital Springs State Park has lots of recreational choices, such as camping, skiing and hiking trails, fishing, picnicking and a Lake Waubesa boat launch.
An independently-operated museum at the location of a prehistoric cemetery belonging to Old Copper Complex people. Breathtaking waterfalls surging through deep wooded gorges are the hallmark of this beautiful park.
With 5,350 acres of deep valleys, two lakes, bluffs and a waterfall, this park in Wisconsin's scenic driftless area offers cross-country skiing, hunting, fishing, camping, picnicking, hiking, canoeing, biking, off-road biking and horseback riding recreation. A rather new state park at just over a decade old, the 2,800 acre Governor Thompson State Park includes a shoreline of 6 miles at Caldron Falls Flowage. Located along the shore of Lake Michigan in Ozaukee County, Harrington Beach State Park consists of 715 acres of wetlands, white cedar swamp, mature grassland fields and observatory. A 48 acre outdoor history museum with 25 buildings and displays featuring Wisconsin history and life, including Fort Howard from 1836, villages from 1871 and farm life at the turn of the 20th century. Lake Winnebago is Wisconsin's largest lake, and High Cliff State Park is its only state operated recreational facility. Lake Kegonsa has an area of 3,209 acres, ranging to more than 30 feet of depth, offering water-skiing, swimming, fishing, sailing and boating.
Situated just northeast of the Chippewa Falls, Lake Wissota State Park boasts a 6,300 acre lake and more than a thousand acres of forest and prairies.
With excellent views of the city, Lakeshore State Park has reserveable overnight boat slips(overnight and daytime moorage fees for using the marina).
Along the Fox River, this Brown County state park is 19 acres in size, under local management.
Between the hills of Wisconsin's Coulee Region and the Mississippi River, Merrick State Park is 322 acres of boating and fishing paradise.
Natural Bridge State Park, established in 1973, includes 530 acres with a 60 acre state natural area.
Named for Wisconsin's first governor, Nelson Dewey, the park offers a rich history, featuring the Dewey home. You'll marvel at the huge old-growth cedars and the 11 miles of shoreline along Lake Michigan. Explore the tallest waterfalls in the state of Wisconsin and the 4th highest to the east of the Rocky Mountain area; Big Manitou Falls is 165 feet high, and Twin Little Manitou Falls is 31 feet high.
Peninsula has 468 reservable campsites, three group camps, a summer theater, an eighteen hole golf course, sand beach, excellent bike trails, a lighthouse and 8 miles of beautiful Door County shoreline. 500 foot high bluffs, the wetlands and abounding wildlife makes for incredible scenery where the Trempealeau River pushes into the Mississippi. Since 1948, Roche-A-Cri State Park in Adams County has been a favorite places to re-charge and relax.
Rock Island contains Wisconsin's oldest lighthouse, the Potawatomie Lighthouse, which began operation before Wisconsin achieved statehood! This Wisconsin Dells area gem was born in 1932 to help preserve the sandstone cliffs that dot the 244 acre park. Open to foot traffic only, this 2,780-acre park in northwestern Wisconsin features glacial lake scenery and great fishing(boats can be portaged in). Enjoy challenging trails and panoramic vistas, a canoe landing, picnicking and a campground with eleven sites. The most beautiful swimming beach in the Door County Peninsula is at Whitefish Dunes State Park. Willow River State Park is just northeast of Hudson, Wisconsin and is a year round recreational destination.
Located at the joining of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers, you can camp 500 feet above them for an incredible view.


Located at the joining of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers, camp 500 feet above them for an incredible view. Here is a list to help you find that extra special spot for your next fishing, camping or family getaway. Just seven miles east of Superior, Wisconsin, the 825 acre Amnicon Falls State Park boasts beautiful waterfalls and rapids. The Madeline Island Ferry system operates from La Pointe and Bayfield from April to December.
Kayak and canoe rentals are available beginning Memorial Day and continuing through Labor Day weekend.
Consisting of 1,300 acres of backwaters, lagoons and rolling countryside, the area is home to a wide variety of wildlife and terrain. The Civilian Conservation Corps constructed log buildings here in the 1930's that add to its special ambiance.
Astride both Lake Alexander and the Wisconsin River, watersport aficionados will find lots of recreational choices. Since its founding in 1911, tens of millions have visited and enjoyed the spectacular quartzite bluffs towering over the 360 acre lake.
There is a concession stand at the Cox Hollow beach area offering boat and canoe rentals, refreshments, ice, charcoal, T-shirts, and miscellaneous items(open daily Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day). There are 8 miles of trails, including the Woodland Trail which takes you to Native American effigy mounds. Perfect family picnics on Woods Lake, hiking and skiing trails in the peace and quiet of beautiful forests. Camping, hiking and fishing, a 25-acre limestone quarry lake, sand volleyball court and over a mile of sandy Lake Michigan beach. Boasting 7 spring fed clear lakes and extensive trails, including mountain bike and singletrack, this 1,500 acre beauty features the Whispering Pines day use area.
Heritage Hill is operated by a non-profit organization and a per-person admission to the park is charged. Croix and Kinnickinnic rivers, a sand delta welcomes the joining waters in Kinnickinnic State Park.
Summer opportunities includes horseback riding, biking, secluded camping, hiking, canoeing and kayaking and water skiing and two self-guided, scenic nature trails.
Canoes and accessories including life jackets and paddles can be rented from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
It is located in southwestern Wisconsin, overlooking the mighty Mississippi River from a 500 foot bluff. There is also direct access to The Sugar River State Trail, a 24 mile linear multi-use trail surfaced with compressed limestone screenings for bicycling, hiking and snowmobiling.
At 2,373 acres Newport offers peaceful beauty in an otherwise busy Door County as Wisconsin's only formally-designated wilderness park. Pattison has 1,436 acres with a beach, nature center, nine miles of hiking trails, camping and offers plenty of opportunities for wildlife viewing.
The site of Rib Mountain State Park is one of the oldest geological formations on the planet.
With over 40 campsites and numerous hiking trails, this tract of pine and oak forests also contains a 300 foot high rock outcropping and Native American petroglyphs and pictographs.
The park is adjacent to the 1,325 acre Straight Lake Wildlife Area, making altogether more than 4,000 pristine acres. In the middle 1800's, lead shot was made by dropping molten lead through a copper sieve, then the lead becomes as it falls to the water to cool. There are boardwalks to enjoy the fragile sand dunes and wetlands as you go birding on the many trails within the forested portions of this beautiful area. There are hiking trails camping horseback trails(there are 24 campsites for equestrians available - the park does not rent horses, but they are available to rent in Ontario).
The park is nearly 3,000 acres in size, encompassing wooded parcels and prairie interspersed with river scenery. Family and group sites, Native American burial mounds, hiking trails, fishing, birding, boating and bicycling are available.
There are other personal watercraft and motorboats available for rent just south of the park entrance.


Capital Springs and Dane County's Lake Farm Park are also connected by the Capital City State Trail to city of Madison. The museum is in a farmhouse on a 42 acre site on the Oconto River, and is open from from 11AM to 3PM Saturdays and Sundays, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
Concessions buildings are at the north and south shore of the lake, and also the Ice Age Campground. The marina has over 100 slips available, and slip rentals include the use of the marina shower building. Miles of sandy beaches along the Lake Michigan shoreline and recreational opportunities for the whole family.
There is free parking along the park road from Erie Street to the turn-around east of the Summerfest grounds. Near the bridge is a rock shelter used by native people 11,000 years ago when the glaciers missed this area.
The park includes a twenty acre prairie Natural area and co-joins property with Wisconsin State Agricultural Museum and Stonefield State Historic Site. A swimming beach and 30 miles of hiking trails with hike-in campsites for your adventuring.
There is a 75 foot tall observation tower on the highest bluff in the park, bringing you over 200 feet higher than the waters of Green Bay. There is a 60 foot observation tower offering an impressive view of the Wisconsin River basin, as well as a reservable amphitheater, picnicking and hiking trails. The 912 acre island does not allow vehicles of any kind and has primitive camping, trails for hiking and a 2000 foot beach. The Ice Age trail wanders for around 4 miles through the park, skirting the lake and along the Straight River. The wooden shaft and smelter house(from 1831) have been restored and illustrate how lead shot was manufactured. Whitefish Dunes is day use only and has no camping, but the Nature Center provides programs and exhibits throughout the year about history and geology.
Canoe rentals and shuttle services are available in the Village of Ontario for Kickapoo River paddling. The Hartman Lake Beach Concession offers boat and bike rentals, camping gear and food and drink items for purchase.
Interstate Park is part of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve and Federal passes are honored. The Eastern shelter is reservable, has electricity, a large picnic grill, drinking water and a vault toilet. There is hiking, cross country and snowmobile trails, a beach for swimming, wooded sites, rentals and a cabin for people with disabilities. A concession stand is in operation during late spring, summer and the fall(hours vary with time of year and weather conditions). A ferry from Washington Island makes the trip from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day. Although vehicles are only allowed in the summertime, off season trekkers can leave their car at the gate and continue on foot. There is an upper picnic area and playground with a reservable shelter, a lower picnic area and another at the Ice Cave trail parking lot. A concession stand(operated by the Friends of Wyalusing State Park) is open weekends only in mid-May, September and October, and has firewood, ice and camping supplies. Camping reservations for outdoor campsites can be made online or by calling (888) 947-2757. Visitors are allowed to take personal boats to Rock Island, but extreme care is necessary because of shallow reefs and frequent storm activity. Nature Center is open from 9AM to 4:30PM daily in season(from October 14, it is closed most days).



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