Year round naturalist activities.
Located 9 miles west of I-94 on Hwy. 142 (One mile west of Hwy. 75). 4,515 acres. Almost 30 miles of trails for biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hiking and horseback riding. Home to the only ATV trail (about 9 miles) in SE Wisconsin consisting of three connected loops. Also year round naturalist activities, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, hunting areas, nature center and a lake for boating, fishing and swimming. Camp sites (217) with some electrical, seasonal flush toilets & showers and a new handicapped accessible cabin. Vehicle admission fee.
Would you know how to build a shelter in an outdoor emergency? If not, come to this program for some great tips and hands-on experience from Eagle Scout Nick Potter. Dress to be outside.
Enjoy a natural celebration at this busy time of year. Learn how others have celebrated the return of the sun then hike and do some of your own celebrating. Dress to be outside.
Discover why the owl is a perfect night hunter. We will go outside to search for these predators. Dress for the weather.
Warm someone's heart this Valentine's Day with a visit to the park. Enjoy a candlelit walk, a bonfire, music fine desserts and warm drinks with your special someone(s).
Show Mom (or anyone special) a bouquet they will always remember. Bring your camera to take the memories, not the flowers, home. Trail is rough and wet.
It's Open House and Free Fishing Day and that means no fishing licenses are needed by anyone to fish and your park entrance fee is waived as well!
Bring the family for fall fun by candlelight. Hike the two-mile trail on your own or join us for a shorter guided hike. There will be a bonfire for marshmallows. Meet at the Visitor Center.
Enjoy a beautiful 3.8-mile fall hike or run around Wolf Lake and benefit the park at the same time. All pre-registrants receive a long-sleeved t-shirt. There will be door prizes, music and refreshments. Great for families too!