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Jump into summer fun this June at Wisconsin state park system properties

Published by Central Office June 6, 2017

Contact(s): Paul Holtan, DNR Office of Communications, 608-267-7517

MADISON - Visitors to Wisconsin state park system properties can jump into the start of summer this June by camping, getting fit, taking a day trip or exploring paddle watersports and then sharing their experience with others through social media.

Jump in to fun this June at a Wisconsin state park system property.
Jump in to fun this June at a Wisconsin state park system property.
Photo Credit: DNR

Throughout June the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will feature activities and events visitors can participate in at a state park property on its Facebook page and Twitter account. Park visitors are encouraged to share their own experiences using the hashtag #WIstateparks.

Each week will have a different focus, beginning with the wide variety of camping opportunities in the state park system, from modern campgrounds to primitive backpacking campsites, and bicycle and water access campsites. There will also be camp cooking suggestions.

Other weeks will focus on tips to "get moving at parks" with activities for health and fitness at park properties, day-tripping suggestions for different parks around the state, and the wide variety of paddle sport water activities available at park properties.

To participate, follow the suggestions on the DNR Facebook Page www.facebook.com/WIDNR and Twitter account twitter.com/WDNR. Links for both can be easily found in the footer of the DNR website, dnr.wi.gov.

Last Revised: Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Contact information

For more information about news and media, contact:
James Dick
Director of Communications
608-267-2773