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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

Hiking, snowshoeing and pets are not allowed on cross-country ski trails. Brady’s Bluff, Black Walnut Nature Trail and the Riverview trails are available for hiking and snowshoeing. If you would like to rent snowshoes, please contact the park office to make arrangements.

One section of the Perrot Ridge trail remains closed, up from Perrot Post, but you can still make a loop up to the Ridge and back. Stop by the office and pick up a trail map.

Events

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

Camping

The campground is closed for the season.

All campsites are reservable and can be reserved 24 hours in advance. Reservations can be made by calling 1-888-947-2757 or online.

Nature

Colder temperatures have moved the tundra swans down the Mississippi River and most are past Trempealeau on their way to warmer waters. You may still see a trumpeter swan and many of the local ducks are still seen along the shoreline of Trempealeau Bay.

Most of the trees have lost their leaves offering a great opportunity to hike the trails and see the unique features of the bluffs and river valley.

River

The dock has been removed for the season. Waterfowl hunting is allowed in Trempealeau Bay but there is a 100-yard no shooting zone from the main shoreline into the bay. Please pick up a map at the park headquarters for more information. Check out the regulations for season closures.

Last revised: Friday April 13 2018