The 10,000-Acre State Park In Wisconsin That Stands Out From The Rest

The Wisconsin State Park system is so spectacular that it’s nearly impossible to choose a favorite spot. So many of our parks offer stellar hiking, camping and watersports to go with their spectacular views and amazing geography and geology. But one park in Wisconsin has a little bit of all of those things that help it stand out – sometimes literally – from all the rest. Nestled in the rolling Baraboo hills, Devil’s Lake State Park is Wisconsin’s most popular for a reason. This park is truly gorgeous, offering unique views and some of the most interesting topography in the state. It also features part of the Ice Age Trail and the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve. It’s a truly special place you really want to make time to visit.

Devil’s Lake State Park is located at S5975 Park Rd., Baraboo, WI 53913. Admission is $13 for a day pass or free with the State of Wisconsin annual vehicle admission sticker. Learn more about Devil’s Lake State Park from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources here.

You can also learn more from the Friends of Devil’s Lake and consider joining to support the upkeep and preservation of this great state park. Find out more on their Facebook page.