wooded island on the Mississippi River
offers a unique setting and a wide
range of outdoor activities, including
camping, fishing, nature trail hiking,
swimming, canoeing or waterfowl hunting.The
backwaters around the island abound
with fish, waterfowl and aquatic life.
Within the parks 710 acres are more
than 400 campsites. Group campsites
are available. Take Hwy. 14-61 to
Hwy. 35. Go south on Hwy. 35 to Cty.
GI and follow it west to park. Picnic
tables, picnic shelters, outhouses,
toilets, tent sites, trailer sites,
swimming, beach hiking, nature trails
cross-country skiing, volleyball,
playground, boat landing.
park has 100 campsites with electricity
and a wide range of outdoor activity.
Visitors can canoe and fish the river,
bike and hike the trails. From La
Crosse take Hwy. 16 east about nine
miles to the park. Picnic tables,
picnic shelters, outhouses, toilets,
tent sites, trailer sites, hiking,
baseball, volleyball, playground,
State Park Camping -Information on camping in state parks. Directions, park
maps and contact info
National Forest Camping -52 campgrounds throughout the Chequamegon-Nicolet
national forest with campground maps, description of facilities, and directions
to where the campgrounds are located.
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