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Chippewa Moraine Ice Age State Recreation Area

View Website Favorite (5) 13394 County Road M - New Auburn, WI 54757
Information: 715-967-2800
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Park passes are required but are not being sold on-site. Please contact the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Customer Service Center to purchase passes: 888-305-0398, 8am-3pm daily or with questions: 1-888-936-7463, 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily.

Situated along the Ice Age Trail, visitors enjoy unspoiled beauty with kettle lakes and many glacial features. The interpretive center sits atop a hill that was once a glacial lake bottom. During the winter season the DNR allows skijoring on non-designated cross-country ski trails and anywhere off-trail as long as the property allows dogs.

  • Features
    • Disabled Access
    • Pets Welcome/Inquire
  • Campground Type
    • Backpack
  • Trail Length (miles)
    • 10
  • Number of Campsites
    • 3
  • Publicly Owned
    • Yes
  • Nature Trails
    • Yes
  • Boat Launch
    • Yes

Nearby Places

1
CANCELED - Rock Fest 7/16/2020 - 7/18/2020 Cadott - 16.63 miles away
2
Classic Auto's Cruise Night in Bruce 5/26/2020 Bruce - 17.18 miles away
3
CANCELED - Bruce Blue Hills Festival 7/10/2020 - 7/12/2020 Bruce - 17.42 miles away
4
Bruce 'Stock' Appreciation Day 7/11/2020 Bruce - 17.58 miles away
5
Northland Mardi Gras 7/16/2020 - 7/19/2020 Ladysmith - 22.34 miles away
6
Mardi Gras Arts & Crafts Fair 7/18/2020 Ladysmith - 22.6 miles away
7
Music In The Park 6/04/2020 Ladysmith - 22.91 miles away
8
Log Cabin Day Celebration 7/25/2020 Ladysmith - 23.21 miles away

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Green Innovations

  • Landscape being restored to native prairie
  • Field guides, publications, and interpretive signs educate visitors about the area
  • Only foot access is allowed on state-owned lands
  • Building is designed to incorporate passive solar heating
  • A recycling program is in place for staff and visitors