Frog Bay Tribal National Park
Frog Bay Tribal National Park (FBTNP) is the first tribal national park in the United States. The rare boreal forest ecotype, coastal wetlands and undeveloped sand beach is an unequaled wilderness experience on the Bayfield Peninsula.
The park is managed by Red Cliff’s Treaty Natural Resources Division, who has carefully planned and installed the current infrastructure with respect to the sensitive habitats within the park – the 1.7 mile rustic trail system, interpretive signs, bridges, and comfort station.
Visitors can learn more about the ecology and cultural importance of the forest at Frog Bay through a series of interpretive signs located along the trail network. Stop, relax and enjoy! Let the wilderness replenish, and please enjoy Frog Bay with respect to the Red Cliff community and for the environment, and remember to “leave no trace” as you experience FBTNP.
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- Native American-Owned Business
- Free Admission
- On Water
Natural Attractions Type
- Parks, Forests, Trails
- Scenic Vistas
- Wildlife Refuge & Reserves