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Governor Earl Peshtigo River

State Forest

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Beginning April 30, 2021, playgrounds and observation towers will reopen. Office buildings, visitor centers, enclosed shelters and nature centers remain closed until further notice. For more information on special park operations, please see:

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Open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. year-round.

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Governor Earl Peshtigo River State Forest is a long, linear state forest in northeast Wisconsin bordering some of the most beautiful and exciting sections of the Peshtigo River. Anglers know the river's free-flowing portion for its excellent fly-fishing; paddlers brave the Midwest's longest continuous whitewater rapids; and boaters can access more than 3,000 acres of flowage from 15 boat landings. The forest offers a family campground and several remote boat-in campsites along the river.