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Wisconsin State Park Group Camping For 50 People Or Less Starts July 13

The DNR will begin to allow group camping for groups of 50 or less with reservations on Monday, July 13.  - Photo credit: DNR
The DNR will begin to allow group camping for groups of 50 or less with reservations on Monday, July 13. Photo credit: DNR

Contact(s): DNRPRESS@wisconsin.gov
June 30, 2020 at 11:26:18 am

MADISON, Wis. - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will begin to allow group camping for groups of 50 or less with reservations on Monday, July 13. The DNR will also begin placing camp hosts at state park campgrounds, and firewood is now available at select state parks. Special park operation conditions remain in place to ensure the safety of staff and visitors.

Some changes campers and park visitors will experience beginning July 13 include:

RESERVATIONS

RESPONSIBLE RECREATION

The DNR urges state park and forest visitors to do their part when visiting DNR properties. Visitors are reminded to practice social distancing of 6 feet, refrain from congregating in large groups, travel only within your home communities and follow all existing state park rules and guidelines. Visitors are also encouraged to wear face coverings in situations where social distancing is difficult.

Most Wisconsin state parks, forests and other day-use areas do not have garbage or recycling bins. When visiting, please take your garbage and recyclables home with you. We all play a vital role in taking care of our natural resources. Following Leave No Trace principles helps protect the land for generations to come.

Fight the Bite! Ticks are out, and visitors should take precautions to prevent Lyme Disease.

The DNR continues to receive the most up-to-date information and will adjust operations as conditions change. We will also continue to monitor on-the-ground circumstances each day to determine additional conditions that may become necessary. Before visiting other properties, please check with individual properties regarding changes to property operations.

For specific information regarding COVID-19 we encourage the public to frequently monitor the DHS website for updates, and to follow @DHSWI on Facebook and Twitter, or dhs.wi on Instagram. Additional information can be found on the CDC website.



Last Revised: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

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