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Menominee River State Recreation Area straddles the banks of the scenic LocationMenominee River for several miles in northeast Wisconsin. Canoe the river among towering pines, rock outcrops and falls or enjoy the other areas of this quiet-use property for primitive camping, hiking, fishing and hunting opportunities.

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Menominee River State Park and Recreation Area

Wisconsin State Park System Menominee River State Recreation Area

A view of the Menominee River from river's edge.

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  • Menominee River State Recreation Area is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. The southern portion of the property has primitive hiking trails and canoe/walk-in campsites.

Master Plan: Master planning for the Menominee River State Recreation Area is in progress and will be done as a joint effort between Wisconsin and Michigan. For more information, please see:


The property is located in northeast Marinette County along several miles of the Menominee River. No single road traverses the entire property. The lower property has five maintained access roads with parking areas that connect to town roads. These roads are not plowed in the winter and may be difficult to travel during wet periods of the year. Menominee River State Recreation Area map (entire area) [PDF]



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Last revised: Monday May 15 2017