Best Tent Camping: Wisconsin
by Johnny Molloy and Kevin Revolinski (Menasha Ridge Press)
© Johnny Molloy and Kevin Revolinski/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.
I actually stumbled into this park looking for a different hike (search Wildcat Mound) and didn't regret doing so at all. This park features higher elevations than I ever would have expected with expansive views from their lookout area, and has a variety of interesting sights such as water-worn rock formations at the top of huge hills. The trails here are well marked and do a good job of exposing the hiker to the variety of sights available in the area without being too long. Be aware though that the terrain is rather steep and you will be hiking up and down it constantly. I cannot attest to the quality of the camp sites as I did not stay the night, but they looked pretty standard for a state park (which isn't a bad thing.) There is a group camp area marked on the park map which looked more interesting as it was set off far from everything else, but I didn't get a chance to go check it out. Overall a very nice place to spend a day or two.
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