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Tower Hill State Park Activities and recreation

Hiking Hiking

Two miles of trails meander through the park. Tower Hill is an excellent area for amateur bird watchers, offering a variety of habitat with riverbanks, deep woods and clearings.

Camping Camping

Camping at Tower Hill State Park

Picnicking Shelter Picnic areas

Tower Hill State Park has picnic areas, a large play field and a reservable shelter.

Canoeing & Kayaking Canoeing and kayaking

Tower Hill State Park does not have a boat launch. The park borders the Wisconsin River and backwaters and is a popular place to explore by canoe or kayak.

Fishing Fishing

Fishing is available in the backwaters of the Wisconsin River. Fishing licenses apply.

Hunting Trapping Hunting and trapping

Hunting and trapping are allowed in the open areas of the park during the Wisconsin state parks hunting and trapping time frame. Trapping is not permitted in closed areas as noted on the park hunting map or within 100 yards of any designated use area, including trails. Certain trap types are restricted on state park properties. For more information, please see:

In addition to the opportunities that are available during the state parks hunting/trapping time frame, hunting opportunities in state parks that were already established by rule and in place prior to the enactment of 2011 ACT 168, remain in place.

  • At Tower Hill State Park, this includes archery deer hunting, which is allowed in the park from Oct. 15 through the Sunday nearest Jan. 6.
Last revised: Wednesday September 14 2016