Copper Falls State Park

Photo Courtesy of Joshua Mayer
Photo Courtesy of Joshua Mayer

Features

    • On Water
    • Pets Welcome/Inquire
  • Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
    • Groomed
    • Tracked
    • Hilly
    • Wooded
  • Campground Type
    • Backpack
    • RV
    • Tent
    • Trailer
  • Fish Type
    • Brook Trout
    • Brown Trout
    • Largemouth Bass
    • Northern Pike
    • Panfish
    • Rainbow Trout
  • Natural Attractions Type
    • Parks, Forests, Trails
    • Scenic Vistas
  • Camping Hook-ups
    • Electric
  • Wheelchair Accessible Trails
    • Packed Gravel/Dirt Pathway
  • Trail Length (miles)
    • 14
  • Number of Campsites
    • 59
  • Canoe
    • Yes
  • Kayak
    • Yes
  • Snowshoeing
    • Yes
  • Ski Skating
    • Yes
  • Toilets
    • Yes
  • Publicly Owned
    • Yes
  • Nature Trails
    • Yes
  • Showers and Flush Toilets
    • Yes
  • Concessions
    • Yes
  • Dumping Station
    • Yes
  • Swimming
    • Yes

Copper Falls State Park

36764 Copper Falls Rd - Mellen, WI 54546
Information: 715-274-5123
Toll Free: 888-947-2757
6am-11pm.
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Ancient lava flows, deep gorges and spectacular waterfalls make this one of the state's most scenic parks. Log buildings from the 1930s CCC era add a special charm. The call of the loon, the forest primeval, the timeless character of cascading waterfalls; these and more await the visitor to Copper Falls State Park. There are also three terrific mountain bike trails to ride. Take-on some hills or enjoy an easy roll. The Takesin is a single-track trail with glimpses of the Bad River through the tall pines. Be sure to check out the view of the 80 foot-deep gorge at the scenic overlook. The Vahtera Trail rolls through a beautiful forest of birch and maple. The North Country National Scenic Trail skirts Loon Lake and crosses the marshland and woods to Mellen. Pets are welcome in Wisconsin State Parks but must be on a leash and under control at all times. Certain areas may be off limits to pets. Visit our website for more details.

There is a crushed granite trail to Copper Falls overlook and to the bridge over the Cascades.