While there seems to be no shortage of scenic spots here in Wisconsin, Copper Falls State Park has got to be one of the best. Spanning thousands of acres, the park is brimming with beauty and is the perfect spot for anyone looking for waterfalls near me, biking and hiking trails, or for camping locations. From cascading waterfalls to a variety of flora and fauna, the sights are as endless as they are impressive.

Copper Falls State Park is open year-round from 6 a.m. – 11 p.m. For more information, call (715) 274-5123. You can also visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website.

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This isn’t the only spot that has hiking trails with waterfalls in Wisconsin. Check out Cascade Falls in Osceola.

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Although Wisconsin isn’t on any ocean, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some great beaches within its nearly 65,500 square miles. Especially so because there are two Great Lakes here. Racine’s North Beach is located on Lake Michigan and features 2,500 feet of beachfront for fishing, picnicking, and swimming. There’s also Beachside Oasis, where you can get concessions or take in live music from its entertainment center. If you prefer Lake Superior, head to Big Bay Beach on Madeline Island. Here, you’ll have two miles of beach to swim and fish, a few hiking trails to explore, and a one-mile-long boardwalk to roam. You can rent kayaks, paddleboards, and canoes nearby.

Which state parks should I visit in Wisconsin?

There are 66 state parks within the Badger State. Devil’s Lake State Park in Sauk County offers four miles of off-road biking, boating, two beaches for swimming, camping, picnicking, fishing for walleye, brown trout, and more as well as 29 miles for hiking. At Governor Nelson State Park in Waunakee, you can swim at the 500-foot sand beach, take a boat out, or hike eight miles of trails. As a bonus, there is also a designated pet swimming area complete with a pier and ramp to help your furry friends get in and out of the water. If you are looking for some of the best waterfall hikes in Wisconsin, check out Fonferek’s Glen in Brown County or Cascade Falls in Osceola.

Where can I hike to a cave in Wisconsin?

While there are 16 million acres of forest within the state to explore, another feature of Wisconsin is that there are several trails that you hike that lead out to caves. The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore contains sea caves, which you can access from Meyers Beach in Bayfield. The total trail is about 4.5 miles out and back with some rugged areas, stream crossings, and slopes. If you find yourself in or around Bagley, head to Wyalusing State Park and the Sand Cave Trail, a two-mile out and back hike. The white sand and red clay cave is also one of many hiking trails with waterfalls in Wisconsin.

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