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Wisconsin State Park System State Parks, Forests, Recreation Areas and Trails

COVID-19 Update

Beginning Saturday, May 23, all Wisconsin state park system properties will return to regular operating hours of 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week. Properties will no longer be closed Wednesdays. An annual park sticker or trail pass is required to visit state parks and trails. Annual park stickers only, can now be purchased online. State trail and other passes can still be purchased over the phone by calling 1-888-305-0398 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days per week. Buy before you go: annual passes are NOT available for purchase at individual properties. Visitors must have an annual admission sticker adhered to their vehicle or proof of purchase for entry.

All restrooms, water fountains, buildings, observation towers and playgrounds are also closed at all state parks and forests. For more information, please see:

Properties may be limiting admission based on capacity. Please make sure to seek out current property information on our website before visiting:

Potawatomi State Park.

Get outdoors to a Wisconsin State Park, Forest or Trail.

The Wisconsin State Park System provides places for outdoor recreation and for learning about nature and conservation. State parks, forests, trails and recreation areas see more than 17 million visits a year. Come and join the fun!

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Featured video

South Central Trails - Exploring Wisconsin State Parks. Wisconsin has a lot of cool trails to hike and bike. Check out these trails in the southern part of the state.

Get your perfect selfie

Travel Wisconsin and Wisconsin State Parks teamed up to install selfie stands in several state park properties. Share your photo using #ScenicWisconsin or upload to TravelWisconsin.com where you can also see how other visitors are already using the stands.

Explore and Enjoy Wisconsin State Parks
Last revised: Thursday April 09 2020