Why Come to Wyalusing - Part 2

Wyalusing State Park visitors come to  bike, hike, jog, walk, paddle, boat, watch birds, fish, star-watch, play, relax, site-see, explore, rid the park of invasive plants, photograph, picnic, become engaged, get married, have reunions, design and sew quilts, and attend meetings...and CAMP.
Enjoy a camp site located along the Wisconsin Ridge 500 feet above the Wisconsin River. Or, enjoy a secluded campsite located in Homestead Campground. Groups can enjoy a private area at the outdoor group camp. Campgrounds, located in Wyalusing State Park, have access to modern flush toilets and showers. Park areas also have modern non-flush bathrooms with plenty of ventilation. (Additional Photos...)
Also located in Wyalusing State Park is an Indoor Group Camp. Hugh Harper Indoor Group camp has a main lodge and four dormitories. The main lodge houses the kitchen, dining, and meeting facilities. The kitchen is equipped with a gas range (two ovens, six burners, and a griddle), large refrigerator, large freezer, microwave, commercial dishwasher (detergent is provided), coffee percolator, and all cooking, serving and eating utensils. There is a storage room, bathroom with a shower. A large charcoal grill is available just a few steps outside the kitchen. Groups must provide their own food, dish cloths, towels, paper towels, and other kitchen supplies. The four dorm buildings can house up to 27 persons each. Each dorm is divided into two sleeping areas (12 persons each) with bunk beds. A center counselor's room will hold three persons. There are two bathrooms in each dorm. Bathrooms have showers, toilets, and sinks. Campers must provide their own sleeping bags or sheets, blankets, pillows, towels and toiletries. Two of the four dorms are fully accessible. Heat and hot water are provided. There is no air conditioning. (Additional Photos...)

Why come to Wyalusing State Park? Perhaps the question should be why not come to Wyalusing State Park.