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Wisconsin State Parks and Recreation Areas

 

Wisconsin’s State Parks and Recreation Areas

  1. Amnicon Falls State Park, Douglas County, 825 acres, established 1961.
  1. Aztalan State Park, Jefferson County, 172 acres, established 1947.
  1. Belmont Mound State Park, Lafayette County, established 1961.
  1. Big Bay State Park, on Madeline Island, Ashland County, 2,418 acres, established 1963.
  1. Big Foot Beach State Park, Walworth County, 272 acres, established 1949.
  1. Blue Mound State Park, Dane County, 1,153 acres, established 1959.
  1. Brunet Island State Park, Chippewa County, 1,225 acres, established 1936.
  1. Buckhorn State Park, Juneau County, 6,990 acres, established 1971.
  1. Cadiz Springs State Recreation Area, Green County, 644 acres, established 1970.
  1. Capital Springs State Recreation Area, Dane County, 3,000 acres, established 1970.
  1. Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area, Chippewa County, 3,272 acres, established 1971.
  1. Copper Culture State Park, Oconto County, 42 acres, established 1959.
  1. Copper Falls State Park, Ashland County, 3,068 acres, established 1929.
  1. Council Grounds State Park, Lincoln County, 509 acres, established 1938.
  1. Cross Plains State Park, Dane County, 1,500 acres, established 1971.
  1. Devil’s Lake State Park, Sauk County, 10,200 acres, established 1911.
  1. Fenley State Recreation Area, Grant County, 287 acres, established 1985.
  1. Fischer Creek State Recreation Area, Manitowoc County, 124 acres, established 1991.
  1. Grand Traverse Island State Park, Door County, 5.05 acres, established 1970.
  1. Governor Dodge State Park, Iowa County, 5,270 acres, established 1948.
  1. Governor Nelson State Park, Dane County, 422 acres, established 1975.
  1. Governor Thompson State Park, Marinette County, 2,600 acres, established 2000.
  1. Harrington Beach State Park, Ozaukee County, 637 acres, established 1966.
  1. Hartman Creek State Park, Waupaca and Portage counties, 1,417 acres, established 1962.
  1. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Brown County, 48 acres, established 1973.
  1. High Cliff State Park, Calumet County, 1,147 acres, established 1954.
  1. Hoffman Hills State Recreation Area, Dunn County, 707 acres, established 1980.
  1. Holzhueter Farm Conservation Park, Jefferson County, 175 acres, established 2009.
  1. Interstate State Park, Polk County, 1,330 acres, established 1900.
  1. Kinnickinnic State Park, Pierce County, 1,239 acres, established 1972.
  1. Kohler-Andrae State Park, Sheboygan County, 988 acres, established 1928.
  1. Lake Kegonsa State Park, Dane County, 343 acres, established 162.
  1. Lake Wissota State Park, Chippewa County, 1,062 acres, established 1962.
  1. Lakeshore State Park, Milwaukee County, 22 acres, established 1988.
  1. Menominee River State Park and Recreation Area, Marinette County, 6,563 acres, established 2010.
  1. Merrick State Park, Buffalo County, 320 acres, established 1932.
  1. Mill Bluff State Park, Monroe and Juneau counties, 1,337 acres, established 1936.
  1. Mirror Lake State Park, Sauk County, 2,179 acres, established 1962.
  1. Natural Bridge State Park, Sauk County, 530 acres, established 1972.
  1. Nelson Dewey State Park, Grant County, 756 acres, established 1935.
  1. New Glarus Woods State Park, Green County, 431 acres, established 1934.
  1. Newport State Park, Door County, 3,373 acres, established 1964.
  1. Pattison State Park, Douglas County, 1,476 acres, established 1920.
  1. Peninsula State Park, Door County, 3,776, established 1909.
  1. Perrot State Park, Trempealeau County, 1,270 acres, established 1918.
  1. Potawatomi State Park, Door County, 1,225 acres, established 1928.
  1. Rib Mountain State Park, Marathon County, 1,528 acres, established 1927.
  1. Richard Bong State Recreation Area, Kenosha County, 4,515 acres, established 1963.
  1. Roche-A-Cri State Park, Adams County, 604 acres, established 1948.
  1. Rock Island State Park, Door County, 912 acres, established 1965.
  1. Rocky Arbor State Park, Juneau County, 225 acres, established 1932.
  1. Sauk Prairie State Recreation Area, Sauk County (the former Badger Ammunition Plant, parts of it are still undergoing cleanup).
  1. Straight Lake State Park, Polk County, 2,780 acres, established 2002.
  1. Tower Hill State Park, Iowa County, 77 acres, established 1922.
  1. Whitefish Dunes State Park, Door County, 863 acres, established 1967.
  1. Wildcat Mountain State Park, Vernon County, 3,642 acres, established 1948.
  1. Willow River State Park, Grant County, 2,628 acres, established in 1917.
  2. Wyalusing State Park, Grant County, 2,628 acres, established in 1917.
  1. Yellowstone Lake State Park, Lafayette County, 968 acres, established 1970.

 

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