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Amnicon Falls State Park
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Amnicon Falls State Park

The rustic family campground at Amnicon Falls State Park has 36 individual campsites. Most sites offer quiet, seclusion and at least partial shade. One site is accessible (disabilities), and there are two walk-in tent sites.

The campground is within easy walking distance of the waterfalls and day use areas, including a childrens playground. Amenities include vault toilets (accessible) and drinking water. There are no electric hookups.

Brule River State Forest

The Brule River State Forest features two rustic family campgrounds along the scenic Bois Brule River. The Bois Brule Campground features 22 sites in a gorgeous setting beneath tall pines. The Copper Range Campground has 15 sites in a hardwood and mixed pine forest. Both have developed canoe landings for canoe/kayak camping, and both offer reservable campsites. Neither campground has electric hookups. The Brule River State Forest is a 30-minute drive east on Highway 2 from Amnicon Falls State Park.

Pattison State Park

Pattison State Park offers a family campground with 59 campsites, many with shade. All of the sites have tent areas and many are 'RV-friendly', pull-through sites. The campground is situated in a hardwood and mixed-pine forest, and is within a short walking distance of the day-use area, Interfalls Lake, and Big Manitou Falls. Pattison State Park is a 25-minute drive southwest from Amnicon Falls State Park.

More Information

Website: Amnicon Falls State Park
Phone Contact: 715.398.3000
Trail Access Fee: Yes, WDNR Vehicle Admission Sticker required. Daily or annual.

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