DWG Map Wisconsin State

Wisconsin is home to several beautiful national parks and recreation areas that offer a wide range of outdoor activities and natural beauty. While Wisconsin does not have traditional “national parks” like some other states, it has national lakeshores, forests, and other protected areas managed by the National Park Service. Here are some of the notable national parks and recreation areas in Wisconsin:

  1. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore: Located along Lake Superior, this national lakeshore comprises 21 islands and a 12-mile stretch of the Bayfield Peninsula’s mainland. It is known for its picturesque sea caves, lighthouses, and pristine beaches. Visitors can enjoy activities such as kayaking, camping, hiking, and exploring historic sites.
  2. St. Croix National Scenic Riverway: This protected area follows the St. Croix and Namekagon Rivers, offering opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and camping. The riverway is known for its scenic beauty and is a designated National Scenic Riverway.
  3. Ice Age National Scenic Trail: This trail is a thousand-mile footpath that winds through some of the most beautiful landscapes shaped by the last Ice Age. Hikers can explore glacial features, rolling hills, and various ecosystems. It is a great destination for long-distance hiking and backpacking.
  4. North Country National Scenic Trail: While this trail extends through multiple states, a portion of it runs through Wisconsin. The trail provides opportunities for hiking, backpacking, and enjoying the natural beauty of the Northwoods region.
  5. Saint Croix Island International Historic Site: Located on St. Croix Island in the St. Croix River, this site preserves the history of early French exploration in North America. It commemorates the winter spent by French explorer Pierre Dugua de Mons and his crew in 1604-1605.

These national parks and scenic areas offer a diverse range of outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, fishing, bird-watching, and water-based recreation. They provide opportunities to connect with nature and explore the natural and cultural heritage of Wisconsin. Be sure to check the specific park’s website for up-to-date information on park hours, visitor centers, and any special events or regulations.

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