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Jump into summer fun continues this July at Wisconsin state park system properties

Published by Central Office July 11, 2017

Contact(s): Paul Holtan, DNR office of communications, 608-235-2126

MADISON -Summer is in full swing and Wisconsin state park system properties offer visitors many opportunities to beat the heat and enjoy the outdoors. This July, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will highlight ideas for enjoying the many opportunities for water sports at state park properties on its Facebook page and Twitter account. People are encouraged to share their own experiences using the hashtag #WIstateparks.

High water this summer at Crystal Lake in the Northern Highlands-American Legion State Forest isn't stopping beach goers from enjoying the lake
High water this summer at Crystal Lake in the Northern Highlands-American Legion State Forest isn't stopping beach goers from enjoying the lake
Photo Credit: DNR

From Great Lake's beaches to crystal clear inland waters, visitors can find many spots to swim, paddle, sail boat or just hang out on the beach. The first week of July featured Great Lake's beaches. Check out the posts on the DNR Facebook page and post photos of your favorite Great Lake's beach. This coming week will look at some fantastic inland beaches at state properties.

In coming weeks watch for opportunities for getting on the water and some best spots for sunrise and sunset viewing.

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, July 11, 2017

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