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a Wisconsin state park, forest, recreation area or trail.
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in state parks and forests.
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Get Outdoors!
to attend a nature program or event with family and friends.
Contact information
For information, contact:
Interstate Park
1275 State Highway 35
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024

Interstate Park Current conditions


Pothole, Summit Rock, Echo Canyon and River Bluff trails all provide some amazing views of the St. Croix River Valley. If you are looking for something different, try the Silverbrook Trail. This trail will lead you to an old copper mine and a small waterfall. All trails should be in good condition, but you may find a muddy patch with the recent rains.


The flush bathrooms in the beach area are currently closed due to an issue with the lift station.  Vault toilets are available across from the playground and the beach is open for use.


Interstate State Park events and nature programs are listed on the DNR Get Outdoors! Calendar.

  • Nature Story Time: Every Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Ice Age Center.
  • Weekend Programs: A variety of different programs are put on throughout the park.


Geese can be seen swimming in the Lake O’ the Dallas. Osprey and turkey vultures can be seen soaring high above the river valley. Two hen turkeys and their clutch of poults can be seen hanging out near the Ice Age Center shelter every morning. Please remember to “Keep Wildlife Wild” and enjoy viewing wildlife from a distance and to leave young animals alone.


Don't move firewood!

Don't move firewood!Due to the potential of carrying harmful tree pests and diseases, Wisconsin has restrictions for moving firewood.

All campgrounds are open and reservations can be made 11 months in advance.  Sites 11, 15, 29, 56, 58, and 62 are non-reservable sites. All campers need to register at the office before setting up on a campsite.

Water is turned on in the campgrounds. Flush toilets and showers are located in the North Campground. The dump station is open for use and is located across from the Ice Age Center.

Contact Station

The contact station is open for selling park stickers and registering campers from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday and from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. When the office is not open, please self-register for a sticker or campsite.

Ice Age Center

Ice Age Center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Ice Age Center may close during these times for programing.

The Ice Age Center has exhibits about the Ice Age and a 24-minute movie about the Ice Age Trail, which can be viewed upon request. Accessible restrooms and a gift shop, firewood and ice are also available at the Ice Age Center.

River and lake

The St. Croix River and the Lake O’ the Dalles are both near normal water levels. Anglers have been reporting some success for crappies and other panfish on the lake and catfish on the river.

For information on St. Croix River conditions, please see the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway website [exit DNR].

Last revised: Tuesday July 25 2017