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A Summer Guide to Wisconsin State Parks
Last Updated: 6/30/2013
Wisconsin’s State Parks offer adventures and excitement for the entire family: camping, fishing, hiking and bird watching. The possibilities are endless, so where do you start? Well, we’ve done the work for you and have everything you need to navigate Wisconsin’s state parks. Down and dirty. Here we go:
Looking for the best of the best? Here are some suggestions:
- Best Trails: Amnicon Falls State Park and Willow River State Park
- Best View: Big Bay State Park and Kohler-Andrae State Park
- Best Camping: Perrot State Park and Rock Island
- Best Swimming: Bigfoot Beach State Park
Environmentally conscience? Find the Travel Green Certified state parks or campgrounds. They’re green (pun intended) and easy on the wallet.
Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or weeklong stay, TravelWisconsin.com is your go-to. Narrow options by activity, region or city.
See, that wasn’t so bad. Just make sure you set aside enough time to see and do it all!This entry was posted in Things to Do