by Eric Hansen, revised by Kevin Revolinski (Falcon Guides)
© 2016 Eric Hansen, revised by Kevin Revolinski/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
I have to say this is the BEST State Park in Wisconsin. I visit the park several times a year, winter & summer. My passion is the oldest lighthouse in Wisconsin which is open for tours May thru October.
This is a 912 acre island. From the dock the Pottawatomie Lighthouse(1858) is about a mile north. There are other historic buildings on the island to explore. The camping is primitive, no electricity and you must carry your gear to your camp site. There are no bikes allowed and many camp sites have a beautiful view of the sunset. The trail around the island is about five miles and you hike through a virgin forest, along a sand beach, next to rocky cliffs and through open fields. This is one of my favorites Wisconsin State Parks if you just want to escape to quietness.
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