Nature Center

Bluff Trail

Council Point

Media

Camping
Wisconsin Ridge 

Centennial Celebration

General 
The arrival of Pit Toilets
Awards
More Awards
Brian Hefty - 2010
Campground Hosts
CCC Don
Meet the New Manager - Chad
Deer
Flood of 2010
Fog
FOW Endowment Signing
Friends of Wyalusing Picnic
Friends of Wyalusing Picnic - part 2
General Scenes
General Scenes - Part 2
General Scenes - Part 3
Wyalusing Goats
Flood Cleanup
Heavy Rains damage
Marquarts - Volunteers Working on trails
Rainbows
Sunsets

Harvest Fest - Spirit Night
2018
2017
2015
2013 - Luminary Walk
2013 Pumpkin Carving
2012 - Spirit Night 
2011 - Pumpkin Carving
2011 Spirit Night
2010 - Spirits of Wyalusing
2010 - Pumpkin Carving
2009 - Spirit Night 
2009 Spirit Night
2008- Spirit Night 

History
Camp Nelson Dewey - CCC
Marion Walz Photos
Photo Album Photo Scans 
More Photo Scans
Postcards, Employees, Wisconsin Ridge Shower building

Newspaper Clippings

Humming Birds
Banding
Humming Birds and Baltimore Orioles
Humming Birds - More

Places
Boat Landing
Concession Stand - 2018
Concession Stand Remodel
Council Point
Council Point - More
Green Cloud Picnic Area - 2007
Green Cloud - Part 2
Hennegar Point aka South Picnic Area
Homestead picnic Area Shelter
Homestead Playground and Dedication
Hugh Haper Indoor Camping Area - 2010
Knob Shelter
Knob Shelter - More
Observatory
Office - Visitor Center
Passenger Pigeon Monument
Paul Lawrence interpretive Center - 2012
Paul Lawrence interpretive Center - More
Picture Rock Cave - Winter
Picture Rock Cave
Picture Rock Cave - More
Peterson Shelter - 2012
Peterson Shelter - Part 2
Peterson Shelter - Outside Picnic Fireplace Area
Point Lookout
Point lookout - More
Point Lookout - Even More
Point Lookout Picnic Shelter
Signal Point
Signal Point - More
Spook Hill Mound Group
Treasure Cave 
Treasure Cave - More
Wisconsin Ridge Campground
Wisconsin Ridge - Camping Sites
Wyalusing Village Beach
Wyalusing Scientific Area


Programs
Arbor Day
Archaeology
Basket Weaving
Candlelit Hike and Snowshoe - 2019
Cooking with Julian - Paul Kosir
Dan "Fire Crow" Lybarger
Driftless Area Initiative
Earth Day
GroundHog Days - 2011
Human History of Wyalusing State Park
Jamboree 2010
Merle Frommelt
Music in the Park
Passenger Pigeon Monument - Rededication
Passenger Pigeon monument - Professor Stanley Temple
Paul Kosir
Paul Kosir - Edible Plants
Paul Lawrence Interpretive Center - Dedication
Wisconsin Society for Ornithology
Wyalusing State Park Centennial  - 2017
Wyalusing Werner

Scenic Views
Passenger Pigeon Monument - 2006
Point Lookout 2006

Seasons
Paul Lawrence Interpretive Building - Winter
Sand Cae Trail - Fall
Spring
Spring Time at Wyalusing
Spring Time Burn 
Winter
Winter - Part 2
Winter - Part 3
Winter - Part 4*
Winter Signs
Fall
Fall - More
Wisconsin Ridge Campground - December
Summer
Sentinel Ridge Trail
Picture Rock Cave
Sugar Maple Nature Trail - Fall

Smokey Bear Birthday Party
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2011

Snakes Alive Program
Snakes Alive 2010
Snakes and Reptiles
Coulee Herpetological Society

Trails
Topo Maps
Bluff Trail
Canoe Trail
Canoe Trail - Maps
Canoe Trail Summer of Paddling 2012
Canoe Trail 2011
Immigrant Trail - Rebuild
Old Wagon Road Trail
Sand Cave Trail
Sand Cave Trail Part 2
Sand Cave Trail part 3
Sand Cave Trail Part 4
Sentinel Ridge Trail
Sugar Maple Nature Trail 
Sugar Maple Nature Trail Fall
Sugar Maple Nature Trail - Reconstruction


Videos
Arbor Day
A Place of Dreams
CCC and WPA Change the Park
Don Kasparek revisits the Paul Lawrence Interpretive Center
Don Kasparek remembers the CCC
Driftless Land Stewarship LLC and Goats
Passenger Pigeon Monument original Dedication
Paul Lawrence Interpretive Center Dedication
The Pits Arrive
Welcome to Wyalusing State Park - Part 1
Welcome to Wyalusing State Park - Part 2
Winter Arrives
Winter Wonderland
Wyalusing Jo - Paul Kosir

Volunteer Jamboree 
2017
2010



Upcoming Event - Candlelit Walk or Snowshoe

The Friends of Wyalusing State Park and The Starsplitters of Wyalusing are co-sponsoring a candlelit hike or snowshoe walk on February 6, 2019. The event will be held near the Huser Observatory in Wyalusing State Park from 6PM to 9PM.  The event will follow part of the Whitetail meadow trail and will be lit with candles and torches. Event goer will be able to warm up around a toasty campfire and enjoy cookies and warm drinks.  There will be a heated building and outdoor toilets are nearby.

State Park vehicle admission is required. In the case of inclement weather, this event may be canceled or changed at the last minute. Please call the Park office at 608.996.2261 if in doubt


The Friends of Wyalusing welcome you to Wyalusing State Park is a private non-profit charitable organization. Our goal is to support and enhance your experience here at wonderful Wyalusing. As you explore the park, you will see nature trails, kiosks, guided hikes and nature programs that were made possible by the efforts of our organization.

These are tough times for state budgets and so our parks rely more and more on volunteer organizations like ours to provide funding for things that might otherwise not be possible. We work with the park staff to seek out grants and outside sources of funding to stretch our impact and make your park experience, and that of future generations, even better. Last year we were voted the “most successful local friends group” by the Friends of Wisconsin State Parks but we don’t plan on resting. We have big plans for the future and with your help, we can do even more.

Many of us think that “someday” we will step up and make a difference for the things we care about. There is no better “someday” than today. The Friends of Wyalusing State Park need your help. You don’t need a lot of time or money, you don’t need to live close to the park, you just need to care enough to get involved. There are a number of ways to help.
First, consider becoming a friend. Click on this link to print a Friends Membership form.

Second, consider the Friends of Wyalusing State Park in your charitable giving. We have set up an endowment fund that will provide support and programming into the future and donations are tax-deductible as allowed. Memorials and estate donations are a great way to make an impact that lives on. Click here for more information. 

Wyalusing State Park is indeed a rare gem. You can help provide the polish that makes that gem shine.

Learn to Ice Fish


First, it will be an “open house” here at Wyalusing which means no vehicle sticker will be needed for the day. People will be able to come enjoy winter activates(eagle watching, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, etc) that day.
The learn to ice fish will start at 10:00 am at the shop. This will be a time for kids and adults to learn how to ice fish and after lunch (which will be provided) the group will then go to the boat landing and learn to ice fish with a mentor. If someone is interested we have a limited number of spaces people are encouraged to call the park to sign up ahead of time. Usually, we will fish for a couple of hours wrapping up around between 2 pm and 3 pm depending on the weather that day.


Marine Credit Union of Prairie du Chien, WI, donates $200.00 towards Naturalist Program at Wyalusing State Park. (Left to right) Bruce Klang-President of Friends of Wyalusing, Amber Walz - Marine Credit Union Member Service Representative, Shana Gillitzer - Marine Credit Union Member Service Supervisor,  April Ammann, Wyalusing State Park Ranger. Wyalusing State Park and Friends or Wyalusing with the Wyalusing Starsplitters are hosting a Candlelit Hike Saturday, Feb. 16th from 6-9 PM. Details can be found https://www.facebook.com/friendsofwyalusingstatepark/