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For information, contact:
Perrot State Park
W26247 Sullivan Road
Trempealeau, WI 54661

Perrot State Park Current conditions

Conditions as of Wednesday, April 12, 2017:


The hiking trails are a little soft in some areas but they are all open. Enjoy a spring hike up Perrot Ridge to catch the pasque flowers in full bloom and see the terrain of the park before the leaves fully come out.


Owls have been heard at twilight near the nature center and along the Riverview Trail by the boat landing. Small groups of trumpeter swans can still be seen in Trempealeau Bay. The white pelicans have been seen along the Mississippi River just south of the park so they should be in the area very soon. Many of the songbirds are back and beginning to create their nests. Early warblers have been seen in the park as well.


See the DNR events calendar for a list of events at Perrot and all state parks.


Campsites 1-50 are open and available on a first-come, first-served basis. A few sites remain closed due to maintenance projects. Electricity is on at our designated electrical sites. The flush toilet and shower buildings will open the week of April 17.

Water is available at the park office or the maintenance shop. Vault toilets and portable toilets are open in the campground. The dump station will open the week of April 17. 

Campsites will be open for reservations beginning Friday, April 21. Reservations for 2017 can be made by calling 1-888-947-2757 or online.


The dock has been removed for the season. Water levels along the Mississippi River and in Trempealeau Bay have returned to normal.


Last revised: Wednesday April 12 2017