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Devil's Lake State Park

The biggest state park in Wisconsin one you won't want to miss. The park includes nearly 30 miles of hiking trails, lakeshore picnic areas, swimming beaches, paddling opportunities and year-round naturalist programs.

High Cliff State Park

High Cliff is the only state-owned rec area on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin's largest lake. Situated above and below limestone cliffs, the park offers a marina, campgrounds, picnic areas, observation tower and geological and cultural features.

Yellowstone lake state park

450-acre Yellowstone Lake State Park is a popular year-round recreation area that offers visitors ample space to enjoy camping, swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, biking and picnicking.


At Wyalusing, camp 500 feet above the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers. One of Wisconsin's oldest state parks, Wyalusing features family and group campsites, hiking trails, a canoe trail, Native American burial mounds, bird watching, fishing, boating, bicycling and picnicking near scenic overlooks.

Peninsula State Park

Spectacular bluffs, 8 miles of cobblestone shoreline, an 1868 lighthouse, scenic 18-hole golf course, outdoor summer theater, swimming beach, year-round naturalist programs, and diverse hiking and biking trails all make this park one of Wisconsin's mot popular camping destinations.


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