The Waterfall State Park That Has One Of The Most Charming Covered Bridges In The U.S.
Waterfalls and covered bridges are the stuff of fairy tales. Luckily, you’ll find both covered bridges and waterfalls in Wisconsin when you visit Amnicon Falls State Park in the South Range. As you’ll soon learn, that scenic park in Wisconsin has some of the most mesmerizing landscapes in both the state and the entire country. But don’t just take our word for it, read on to learn about one of the best state parks in the country.
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What are some of the best state parks in the US?
In addition to what was shared in this article, here are some more of the best state parks in the US:
- Emerald Bay State Park in California: Be prepared to be blown away by the stunning landscape and vibrant colors in the water when you visit this park in Lake Tahoe.
- Makoshika State Park in Montana: It'll feel like you've escaped to another world when you spend time in this massive park which is over 11,000 acres.
- Caddo Lake State Park in Texas: You'll find the only natural lake and the world's single-largest bald cypress forest when you set off to explore this park in Texas.
What are some of the best waterfall hikes in Wisconsin?
Following is an overview of some of the best waterfall hikes in Wisconsin:
- Log Jam Legends: Enjoy an array of waterfalls when you visit these gems in Marinette County.
- Big Manitou Falls: Aside from the actual waterfalls, have fun going through a pedestrian tunnel to see them.
- Stephens Falls: Head to Governor Dodge State Park to discover these scenic waterfall stairs.
- Dells of the Eau Claire River: These impressive falls are surrounded by actual volcanic rocks.
I also suggest taking a look at these waterfalls in Wisconsin if you want to see some beautiful landscapes without hiking.