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Point Beach State Forest features 3,000 acres of land and six miles of sandy Locationbeach along the shores of Lake Michigan. Point Beach offers family campsites, two large group cabins and an outdoor group camp. A popular feature within the property is the Rawley Point Lighthouse, which has been operated and maintained by the U.S. Coast Guard since 1853.

Camping Hiking Bicycling Boating Canoeing & Kayaking Picnicking Shelters Swimming Lighthouse Fishing Hunting Trapping Winter Activities Ice Age Trail

Contact information
For information, contact:
Point Beach State Forest
9400 County Highway O
Two Rivers, WI 54241
920-794-7480

Wisconsin State Park System Point Beach State Forest

Point Beach State Forest features six miles of Lake Michigan shoreline.

Photo © Wisconsin Department of Tourism

Reserve campsites at Point Beach State Forest.


COVID-19 Update

All Wisconsin state park system properties are now operating 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week.

Note: Saturday-Sunday, June 6-7 is Free Fun weekend and no admission stickers or state trail passes are required these two days.

An annual park sticker or trail pass is required to visit state parks and trails. Annual park stickers only, can 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.

Most restrooms at most state parks are now open. Some remote water fountains may be closed in the day use areas.

Beginning June 10, 2020 standard campgrounds at Wisconsin State Parks will open. Group campsites, day use facilities (shelters and amphitheaters) and Rock Island State Park will remain closed through June 30.

All buildings, observation towers, playgrounds, concessions and rentals remain 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:

Forest information

Welcome!

  • The forest is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Directions

To get to Point Beach from Two Rivers, the nearest community, take County Highway O north about 4 miles; the entrance road will be on your right. From the north on Wisconsin Highway 42, take Manitowoc County Highway V east to County Highway O and go south about 2 miles; the entrance road will be on your left.

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During the summer season, a private concessionaire is available for some grocery items, camp supplies, ice, food and refreshments. It is located in the Lodge Building, on the north end of the campground.

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Last revised: Wednesday May 06 2020