Best State Parks in Wisconsin
Wisconsin actually has 66 state parks, who knew there were that many! With winter finally behind us, hopefully, the spring and summer months are a great time to get outside and enjoy all that Wisconsin has to offer. Looking for a great camping location or just want a fun day trip idea? Check out the best State Parks in Wisconsin and let us know your favorite!
Amnicon Falls State Park-South Range, Wisconsin
While Amnicon Falls State Park doesn’t have a lot of trail length, only 2 miles to be exact, it offers a picturesque location with a series of waterfalls and rapids along the Amnicon River. You can view them from the footbridge or on the trails along the river. There is a park which is great for picnics.
Peninsula State Park-Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Located in Door County, Peninsula State Park offers amazing scenery and sandy beaches with a fun small town environment nearby. Enjoy high bluffs and over 3,000 acres which are perfect for camping, hiking, biking and more.
Devil’s Lake State Park-Baraboo, Wisconsin
As Wisconsin’s largest state park, Devil’s Lake is a great spot for incredible views from a 500-foot bluff overlooking a crystal blue lake. Enjoy lakeshore picnic areas, swimming beaches, and great hiking trails. This is a great location for a week camping trip in the summer or a day trip.
Brule River State Forest-Brule, Wisconsin
If you like fishing then you will love Brule River State Forest. Known for its trout fishing, the Brule River State Forest contains all 44 miles of the famous Brule River. Aside from the fishing, enjoy great camping and hiking spots.
Wyalusing State Park-Bagley, Wisconsin
As one of the oldest state parks, Wyalusing State Park offers more than 3,000 acres. With more than 14 miles of hiking trails, you will never get bored of the same scenery. Enjoy a canoe ride, go bird watching, camping or just go out and explore.