WYALUSING STATE PARK

The 2,628 acre park is a place for fishing, boating, bicycling, and picnicking. Camp 500 feet above the Wisconsin River in the Wisconsin Ridge Campground. One of Wisconsin's oldest parks, Wyalusing State Park has Indian burial mounds, a canoe trail and plentiful bird watching. A boat ramp with access to the Mississippi River is available. Rental canoes and firewood available at the park concession. There is an ADA accessible fishing pier at the boat landing. Motorboats are permitted. No beach at the park, but there is a public beach (Wyalusing Recreation Area) located 2 miles south of the park. Please visite our website at www.wyalusing.org ,

Amenities Within Facility

Boat Launch
Boat Launch Ramp
Comfort Station
Concession
Disabled Access Only
Docks, Fishing/Crabbing
Drinking Water
Dump Station
Firewood
Flush Restrooms
Handicap Access
Hiking
Information Center
Nature Center
Parking
Picnic Areas
Pit Toilet
Playground
Seasonal Concessions
Showers
Telephone
Toilet, Flush
Toilet, Pit/Vault
Water Drinking

Amenities greater than 1 mile

Designated Swimming Area

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