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Wyalusing State Park

Wyalusing State Park

Description

At Wyalusing State Park, camp 500 feet above the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers. One of Wisconsin's oldest state parks, Wyalusing features family and group camps, hiking trails, a canoe trail, Native American burial mounds, bird watching, fishing, boating, bicycling, and picnicking near several scenic overlooks of the river valleys below.

Location

 Directions

  42.9740581, -91.1116937

County: Grant

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    Scavenger Hunt

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    Drop by the Peterson Shelter to pick up your checklist for our scavenger hunt.

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    The Masked Bandits of Wyalusing

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    A fun presentation about raccoon behavior.

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    Invasive Plant Hike

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    Let’s scout out the invasive plants that are threatening our ecosystem.

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    Backyard Bass

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    Learn how to cast with our Backyard Bass game.

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    Fascinating Fireflies

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    Learn about fireflies, everyone’s favorite summertime insect.

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    Pine Cone Bird Feeders

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    Make a pine cone bird feeder to take home with you and see what kind of birds you’ll attract.

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    Camping Knots

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    Come and learn four of the most practical knots you should know for camping.

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    Treasure Cave Mystery Talk

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    Join our naturalist for a short talk about the history and mystery of Treasure Cave.

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    Summer Prairie Hike

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    Hike the Prairie Trail with our naturalist and learn what’s blooming this time of year.

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    Summer Prairie Hike

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    Hike the Prairie Trail with our naturalist and learn what’s blooming this time of year.

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