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Terry Andrae State Park 'Seedpod 2' © Jim Snyder
Another seedpod you might find along the boardwalk path.
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Terry Andrae State Park
'Seedpod 2'
© Jim Snyder

Another seedpod you might find along the boardwalk path.

Devils Lake State Park
© J Mason

Governor Nelson State Park
© Justin Olson

Terry Andrae State Park
'A Gull'
© Jim Snyder

A gull getting a birdseye view of the waves coming in.

Terry Andrae State Park
'Sandy Bank'
© Jim Snyder

Some sand errosion from the waves.

Terry Andrae State Park
'The Beach 4'
© Jim Snyder

This at the end of a path entering the beach area.

Terry Andrae State Park
'Serene'
© Jim Snyder

A peaceful look at Lake Michigan.

Terry Andrae State Park
'Boardwalk Trail'
© Jim Snyder

This is a photo of one of the boarkwalk trails in the park.

George W Mead State Wildlife Management Area
© Justin Olson

Terry Andrae State Park
'Along the Trail'
© Jim Snyder

Another peaceful shot of the park and Lake Michigan.

Wisconsin's River Country Region Parks


1
State Fish Hatchery
1
State Wildlife Management Area
16
State Wildlife Areas
1
State Wildlife Refuge
8
State Parks
5
State Fishery Areas
1
National Wildlife Refuge

Parks in this region are near these Wisconsin Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
WAUSAU
STEVENS POINT
WISCONSIN RAPIDS
MARSHFIELD
BARABOO
SCHOFIELD
MOSINEE
WAUPACA

Big Roche A Cri State Fishery Area
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Buckhorn State Park
Buckhorn State Park, established in 1971, includes a 4,500-acre park and wildlife area, a peninsula in the Castle Rock Flowage of the Wisconsin River, and land along the Yellow River--a paradise for water recreationists, hunters, hikers and nature lovers. It has an outdoor group camp, 42 cart-in campsites, ........more >
Buckhorn State Wildlife Area
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Chaffee Creek State Fishery Area
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Dell Creek State Wildlife Area
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Devils Lake State Park
With downtown Lincoln City mere minutes away, you can glide quietly by canoe or kayak on the lake while you watch for coots, loons, ducks, cormorants, bald eagles, and grebes. As the only Oregon coast campground located in the midst of a city, the lake is a center of summertime activity. Boaters, skiers, ........more >
French Creek State Wildlife Area
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George W Mead State Wildlife Management Area
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Germania Marsh State Wildlife Area
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Grand River State Wildlife Area
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Grassy Lake State Wildlife Area
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Greenwood State Wildlife Refuge
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Hartman Creek State Park
Seven lakes with crystal clear waters, a sandy swimming beach, and miles of different types of trails make summer an excellent time to visit the park. Before being established as a state park in 1966, Hartman Creek was a fish hatchery, where dams were built to create four spring-fed lakes -- Allen, ........more >
Jennings Creek State Wildlife Area
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Lawrence Creek State Wildlife Area
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Leola Marsh State Wildlife Area
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Meadow Valley State Wildlife Area
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Mirror Lake State Park
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Mukwa State Wildlife Area
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Natural Bridge State Park
It has taken nature millions of years to form the natural sandstone arch from which this park takes its name. Located adjacent to the Daniel Boone National Forest, near the Red River Gorge Geological Area, the bridge spans 78 feet and is 65 feet high. At Natural Bridge, each season has a unique charm. ........more >
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
Whooping cranes, wolves, Karner blue butterflies, and white-tailed deer call Necedah National Wildlife Refuge home. Ringed bog hunter dragonflies live in sedge meadows, flying squirrels in upland hardwood timber. Trumpeter swans inhabit the marshes, and badgers the savanna. The habitat mosaic, maintained ........more >
Paradise Marsh State Wildlife Area
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Pine Island State Wildlife Area
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Plover River State Fishery Area
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Rib Mountain State Park
This billion-year-old hill is one of the oldest geological formations on earth. The top of the 60-foot tower and two observation decks offer spectacular views. The 1,480-acre park also has 13.6 miles of hiking trails, 9.7 miles of snowmobile trails, 8.2 miles of trails accessible to people with disabilities, ........more >
Roche a Cri State Park
Roche-A-Cri State Park, established in 1948, includes a 605-acre park area. Roche-A-Cri comes from French words meaning crevice in the rock. The park has a 300-foot-high rock outcropping with a wooden stairway to the top. There are Native American petroglyphs and pictographs. The park has 41 rustic ........more >
Rocky Arbor State Park
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Springville State Wildlife Area
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Swan Lake State Wildlife Area
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Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area
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White River Marsh State Wildlife Area
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Wild Rose State Fish Hatchery
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Wolf River State Fishery Area
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