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Public lands
parks, forests, wildlife, fisheries, natural areas, trails, wild rivers and flowages.
Contact information
For information on the Superior Coastal Plain region, contact:
Phil Rynish
Planner
Phillip.Rynish@wisconsin.gov
608-266-5854

Superior Coastal Plain Regional Master Plan

The Superior Coastal Plain region includes state parks, state natural areas, fish and wildlife areas, and the St. Louis River Stream Bank Protection Area. The ecological landscape intersects portions of Ashland, Bayfield, and Douglas counties, and a very small portion of Iron County. The region contains a variety of notable ecological resources including the Apostle Islands, boreal forests, and tremendous water falls. Department properties in the region, including Amnicon Falls, Copper Falls, Pattison, and Big Bay State Parks provide a variety of recreation opportunities to the public year-round.

Summertime at Big Bay State Park

Summertime at Big Bay State Park

Regional Master Plan

The Superior Coastal Plain Regional Master Plan was approved by the Natural Resources Board in February 2019. The full document, appendix and maps are in the folders below. All properties included in this planning region are listed in Appendix A. The map below shows many of the larger, more popular DNR properties in the Superior Coastal Plain. To view all properties in the region, use the Property Planning Viewer.



Regional Master Plan

Maps

All Superior Coastal Plain Regional Master Plan map data can be accessed via the Property Planning Viewer.

Additonal PDF maps are available as referenced in the plan:


Last revised: Thursday May 16 2019