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Perrot State Park
W26247 Sullivan Road
Trempealeau, WI 54661

Perrot State Park Current conditions


Some of the trails still have snow and most of the others are a little soft with some muddy and wet sections. East Brady’s trail is in the best condition as the sun has melted all the snow and dried out the upper section through the prairie.

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.


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


The loops for campsites 1-50 are open but there are a few sites that are posted closed due to snow or wet conditions. The flush toilet building by campsite #2 is open but there are no showers at this building. The other shower buildings are closed.

The dump station remains closed. If you need to fill any camper units, there is water available at the park maintenance shop. Please self-register at the campground entrance.

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


Many of the migrating water birds are moving through the area. You may see large flocks of white pelicans and many of the early ducks. The bluebirds are back and many of the local songbirds fill the woods with songs. 

Pasque flowers are up at Reed’s Peak along the Perrot Ridge Trail.


The river levels are rising due to the melting snow but the water is not moving too fast. 

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: Monday April 23 2018