This Wisconsin State Park Overlooks The Mississippi River And It’s Spectacular
Wisconsin has a stellar state park system and each of the parks has something to recommend it. But acre for acre, Wyalusing State Park in the far southwest corner of the state has some of the best views anywhere in the state. Located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Wisconsin rivers just south of Prairie du Chien, this 2,600 acre park includes 500-foot high bluffs that offer sweeping views of the river valleys below. With land and water activities as well as some of the most picturesque campsites you’ll find anywhere, you’re going to want to stat planning a trip here immediately.
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Located at 13081 State Park Ln., Bagley, WI 53801. Learn more about Wyalusing State Park from the State Department of Natural Resources. Entrance requires either a daily or annual Wisconsin State Parks pass. Day pass is $8, annual pass is $28. All State Park camping reservations can be made online here.