Wherever you may be in Wisconsin, a State Park is just around the corner. In 1900
Interstate Park became the first of the Wisconsin’s State Parks. Today, there are nearly 60 state parks. Glaciers of the past have carved the landscape of Wisconsin. Some of the State Parks preserve the beauty of the land and make for great camping, hiking and water activities.
Each park is unique in some way. Along the shores of Lake Michigan bluffs, cliffs and dunes provide a unique shoreline running from Door County to Kenosha. The Ice Age Trail winds through the rolling forests of the Kettle Moraine. Canyons of sandstone create a mystical appearance throughout central Wisconsin. Waterfalls dot the Northern most State Parks.
Find things to do in Wisconsin by visiting the State Parks.