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Camping

Copper Falls State Park

There are two camping areas in shaded forested settings and separated from the heavy public use areas to provide a sense of seclusion.

Reservations

Reserve a campsite online.

Campgrounds

There are 24 sites with electrical hookups. One is accessible for people with disabilities. Four of the sites are the more secluded walk-in type. For details about each campsite, see the Reservations website above.

Showers are adjacent to the south campground and are open to all campers. A dump station is near the south camp area. The showers and dump station are closed when cold weather arrives, usually about Oct. 1 each year.

Group camp

There is a group tent camping area for groups up to 40 people.

Backpack campsite

There is one backpack campsite at Copper Falls.

Rustic accessible cabin for people with disabilities

The rustic accessible cabin has a paved driveway, electrical outlets and lighting and an accessible picnic table and fire ring. An accessible flush toilet and shower building is 200 feet from the campsite.

The cabin is designed to be wheelchair accessible and to accommodate up to four people. The cabin has one adult size double bed with a foam pad and one average size bunk bed with thin foam pads. A maximum of six people may occupy the rustic accessible cabin site, with a tent at the campsite.

Only one tent is allowed on the rustic accessible cabin campsite. Space heaters and cooking are not allowed in the cabin. Under state law, smoking is not allowed in the cabin. No pets are allowed except certified service animals.

Concession stand

Firewood, soft drinks, light lunches, ice cream and ice may be obtained at the park concession stand. It is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Don't move firewood! Due to the potential of carrying harmful tree pests and diseases, Wisconsin has restrictions for moving firewood. 

Firewood facts, rules and advice