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For information, contact:
Perrot State Park
W26247 Sullivan Road
Trempealeau, WI 54661
608-534-6409

Perrot State Park Current conditions

Trails

Recent snows covered the trails with a layer of snow and ice.  They will be muddy and have a few slippery sections.  East Brady’s trail will be in the best condition once the sun comes out and burns off the snow.  The Riverview trail is closed between the Nature Center and the boat landing due to high water.

Events

See the DNR events calendar for a list of events at Perrot and all state parks.

Camping

Campsites 3, 4, 5, 6A, 6B, and 7 are currently open.  There is a portable toilet by site #4 and there is water available at the park.  If no one is at the park office, you can self-register at the campground entrance.  Fees are listed on the front of the self-registration box.

Nature

Migratory song birds are being to come through the area and are beginning to set up there nests.  Many of the waterfowl species can still be seen in Trempealeau Bay including trumpeter swans, mergansers, buffleheads, and pelicans.  Some spring wildflowers are beginning to bloom including hepatica and wild ginger. Recent snow and colder temps may slow down the emergence of other plants. 

River

The river levels are still high and may rise again once the recent snow melts and gets into the Mississippi River. You are not able to travel by boat under the railroad trestle.  The dock will be installed once water levels go back down to normal.

Last revised: Friday April 12 2019