Wyalusing State Park's Point Lookout

Wyalusing State Park

Wyalusing State Park Wyalusing State Park occupies the southern and eastern banks of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers near Prairie du Chien, where the Wisconsin flows into the Mississippi. It was established in 1917, making it one of the oldest state parks in Wisconsin. Originally named after Governor Nelson Dewey, the park was renamed Wyalusing…

Aztalan State Park Mounds

Aztalan State Park & Museum

“Aztalan” is the name for an original Native American settlement that thrived along the Crawfish River banks in Jefferson County from around 1000-1300 AD. Now a National Historic Landmark, Aztalan State Park sits just east of Lake Mills near I-94 between Highways 26 and 89 just south of County B, which was formerly Historic Highway…

Willow River State Park

Following the Willow River and its beautiful valleys, Willow River State Park covers nearly 2,900 acres and offers terrific hiking, swimming, canoeing, camping, fishing, and more. The surroundings include forest and prairie grasslands with the river cutting through it all on its way to the St. Croix. The park’s crowning glory is Willow Falls, a…