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Hartman Creek State Park
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.
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This 1,417-acre quiet and friendly natural gem is located near the beautiful spring-fed Chain O' Lakes. Year-round camping. Hellestad House Log Cabin, Whispering Pines day use area on crystal clear Marl Lake on the upper "Chain." Tucked away in the Chain O' Lakes/Waupaca area is a pleasant introduction to off-road riding on glacial terrain. At Hartman Creek State Park you can ride on the leavings of the Green Bay Lobe of the last great continental ice sheet. As that glacier melted, it revived several times; pushing forward again and again, it left a series of debris-strewn ridges called recessional moraines. These moraines make for gentler riding than you'll find on other glaciated terrain. Still, they share the rolling character that make riding this type of landscape so much fun. The mix of pine, oak and maple forest add to the experience. The prospect of a post-ride swim in Hartman Lake doesn't hurt either. 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.
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- On Water
- Disabled Access
- Pets Welcome/Inquire
- Surface Type
- Crushed Rock
- Publicly Owned
- Number of Campsites
- Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
- Trail Length (miles)
- Showers and Flush Toilets
- Camping Hook-ups
- Campground Type
- Dumping Station
Travel Green Wisconsin Certified
Certified: (Req. 30 Points)
- Leave No Trace principles are promoted
- Introduction and transportation of invasive species are prevented through education and actions
- Park projects include prairie restoration and invasive species removal
- Field guides and informative publications are available
- A recycling prgram is in place