Wisconsin State Park System
America's State Parks
America's State Parks promote and advance the state park systems of America for their own significance, as well as for their important contributions to the nation’s environment, heritage, health and economy.
Friends of Wisconsin State Parks
Friends of Wisconsin State Parks is a nonprofit umbrella organization that provides support, sponsors statewide events and provides grant opportunities for property-based local Friends Groups.
Ice Age Trail Alliance
The Ice Age Trail Alliance (IATA) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization whose mission is to create, support and protect the many segments of the Ice Age Trail. There are 21 local IATA chapters across Wisconsin. Volunteers play a key role in constructing new segments of the Ice Age Trail and help keep existing segments open.
National Park Service
National Park Service properties in Wisconsin include the Apostle Islands, the Ice Age and North Country National Scenic Trails, Ice Age Scientific Reserve and the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway.
Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin
The Natural Resources Foundation (NRF) of Wisconsin connects generations to the wonders of Wisconsin’s lands, waters, and wildlife through conservation, education, engagement and giving.
North Country Trail Association
The North Country Trail Association is a nationwide, nonprofit, volunteer organization whose mission is to develop, maintain, preserve and promote the North Country Trail. Volunteers with the Brule-St.Croix, Chequamegon and Heritage NCTA chapters play a key role in creating, supporting and protecting the trail in Wisconsin.
United States Forest Service
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest covers more than 1.5 million acres of Wisconsin's northwoods. The U.S. Forest Services manages the forest for multiple uses including forestry, wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation, fisheries management, special forest products gathering, wilderness and natural areas management.
Wisconsin County Forest Association
Wisconsin county forests have 2.4 million acres of land to explore. Recreation opportunities include campsites; hunting; beaches; boat landings and canoe portage routes; snowmobile, ATV, bike, equestrian and hiking trails; and winter trails for dogsledding, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Wisconsin Historical Society
The Wisconsin Historical Society is our state's memory and foremost storyteller. Several of Wisconsin's Statewide Historic Sites are adjacent to Wisconsin State Park System properties.