Nelson Dewey State Park overlooks the Mississippi River from a 500-foot bluff. At this park you can combine your interest in history with your enjoyment of the outdoors. Camp, hike or picnic high above the Mighty Mississippi. Named for Wisconsin’s first governor, Nelson Dewey, the park offers a rich history, featuring the Dewey home and the nearby Stonefield Historic site.
- Contact information
- For information, contact:
- Nelson Dewey State Park
P.O. Box 658
Cassville, WI 53806
Wisconsin State Park System Nelson Dewey State Park
- The park is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. During the off season, the main gate is closed, but visitors may park at the entrance and walk in to the park.
From State Highway 33 in Cassville, take County Highway V V northwest about a mile. The park entrance will be on your right and Stonefield Village Historic Site on your left.
- Vehicle admission sticker is required.
- Camping fees for the Wisconsin State Park System.
- Hunting licenses apply.
Friends group and volunteering
- The Friends of Stonefield State Historical Site and Nelson Dewey State Park is a Friends Group that was started to promote the properties, provide interpretive and educational programs for our visitors, coordinate volunteer services and provide financial support to Stonefield and Nelson Dewey State Park. Please contact the park office for more information.
- State Park System volunteering opportunities