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Amnicon Falls State Park
4279 South County Highway U
South Range, WI 54874
715-398-3000

Amnicon Falls State Park Current conditions

Trails

Spring finally has the upper hand at Amnicon Falls. Only the most persistent snowbanks remain, the alder catkins are fully blown, and the aspen leaves are starting to show.  A few migrant birds are starting to reappear--a large flock of juncos also had a few fox sparrows and tree sparrows mixed in, and a single flicker was spotted.  The first chipmunk was seen and robins are finally finding earthworms.  Trails are in good springtime condition, meaning fun to walk but icy patches in the deepest shade and frequent wet spots.

River

Now and Then Falls

Recent rain has saturated the ground and really brought the river up.  Now and Then Falls disappear in the summer, but they are in full glory right now. 

Fishing regulations for the Amnicon River are found under Lake Superior Tributaries and special regulations. A fishing license is required and an inland waters trout stamp is required if fishing for trout.

More information

Office hours vary. If the office is not open, there is a self-registration box located on the front of the office. Prices and instructions are on the box for your convenience. A vehicle admission sticker is required year-round.

Just like all state parks, Amnicon Falls is carry-in, carry-out. Visitors to our picnic areas, shelters and other day-use areas are encouraged to pack reusable items and are required to take garbage and recyclables home. There are garbage cans located in bathrooms for small items and dumpsters located in the campground for those who are camping. Please help us keep the park beautiful by not littering.

There is no snowmobile, ATV or UTV use in the park.

Last revised: Wednesday April 24 2019