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Where is Wyalusing State Park?
Camp 500 feet above the Wisconsin River in the Wisconsin Ridge Campground. One of Wisconsin's oldest parks, Wyalusing State Park has Indian burial mounds, a canoe trail and plentiful bird watching. A boat ramp with access to the Mississippi River is available. Rental canoes and firewood available at the park concession. There is an ADA accessible fishing pier at the boat landing. Motorboats are permitted. No beach at the park, but there is a public beach (Wyalusing Recreation Area) located 2 miles south of the park. (Map)

Campground Maps
Two campgrounds have 109 regular campsites, 33 of them with electricity. A dumping station for camper holding tanks is near the entrance to the Homestead campground. Firewood may be purchased at the park concession stand.

Indoor Group Camp
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. (Information)

The Starsplitters of Wyalusing is a non-profit group of amateur astronomers who have partnered with schools, educators, interested citizens and benefactors to bring the fascinating science and wonders of astronomy to everyone. (Information)