Devil's Lake State Park
Quartzite Campground will remain open through winter, but water facilities are turned off. There is one winterized water tap in the campground and non-flush toilets are available. Campers do not need to check in for their reservations; if you have a park vehicle admission sticker and know how to get to your campsite you can proceed directly to your site.
The north shore Visitor Center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Devil’s Lake Tree Flagging
Why are several trees flagged at Devil’s Lake State Park with green tape? Forest health surveys in fall 2021 revealed very high numbers of spongy moth (formerly known as gypsy moth) egg masses in the north and south shore picnic areas. These pests are invasive species that can remove the leaves from trees. The flagging at Devil’s Lake is part of a recent tree inventory to assist arborists in implementing control measures that will help protect the trees from defoliation and the possible loss of the trees. The picnic areas will remain open, but sections of the picnic areas may be closed while treatments are taking place. Park users are asked to keep out of any areas that are posted as closed. For more information about spongy moths, please see: Spongy Moths and Forest Health.
Self-service credit card kiosks are located at the north shore near the visitor center and at the south shore entrance station to purchase daily and annual vehicle admission stickers.
See the Devil's Lake Nature Center page for hours and programs.
The north shore chateau and all concessions facilities are closed for the season.