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Wyalusing State Park

Seasonal Water Systems: At Wyalusing State Park, all water systems (water faucets, flush restrooms and showers) and the sanitary dump station will be turned off for the season on Oct. 24, 2023. Drinking water will be available at the winter water hydrant just east of the Wisconsin Ridge campground shower building. Water systems will be turned back on in spring 2024.

Wyalusing offers several camping opportunities for visitors, with two family campgrounds, an outdoor group camp and the Hugh Harper indoor group camp.


Reserve a campsite online.

Family campgrounds

The Wisconsin Ridge and Homestead campgrounds have 109 regular campsites. A sanitary dump station for camper holding tanks is near the entrance to the Homestead campground.

Outdoor group camp

The outdoor group camp has five sites with a capacity of 130 persons. The outdoor group camp is near the Wisconsin Ridge campground.

Hugh Harper indoor group camp

The Hugh Harper indoor group camp is a modern facility designed for organized groups. The facility consists of a lodge with a full, commercial kitchen, dining area and a recreation room. The kitchen is equipped with a gas range (two ovens, six burners and a griddle), large refrigerator and freezer, microwave, commercial dishwasher, coffee maker and all cooking and eating utensils.

Four dormitories with a capacity of 108 people are included. Each dormitory has two bathrooms complete with showers, flush toilets and sinks. A sand volleyball court and softball field is located adjacent to the lodge. A large fire ring and amphitheater is located between the dormitories and lodge. A large charcoal grill is available just outside the kitchen.

Reservations can be made up to 11 months in advance online or by calling 888-947-2757. The Hugh Harper Group Camp opens in early April and closes at the end of October. There is a minimum two-night stay on weekends. Pets are not allowed on the grounds at the indoor group camp or in the buildings.


Firewood may be purchased at the park concession stand in season.

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