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Terry Andrae State Park The Beach 4 © Jim Snyder
This at the end of a path entering the beach area.
Wisconsin's Hidden Valleys Region Parks

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State Wildlife Areas
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State Fishery Areas
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State Parks
Parks in this region are near these Wisconsin Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
LA CROSSE
ONALASKA
SPARTA
TOMAH
PLATTEVILLE
Blue Mound State Park
Blue Mound State Park is on the tallest hill in southern Wisconsin, about 25 miles west of Madison. The 1,153-acre park is a popular place for swimming, hiking, camping, cross-country skiing and mountain biking both double and single track and finding peace and solitude.........more >
Governor Dodge State Park
Nature at Governor Dodge State ParkWildlife Governor Dodge State Park abounds with wildlife from the tiniest shrews up to the big white-tailed deer. Deer, wild turkeys, ruffed grouse, red and grey fox, beaver, woodchucks, and muskrats are common park inhabitants. More than 150 species of birds have ........more >
Mill Bluff State Park
Travelers passing through the Mill Bluff State Park area are intrigued by the unusual, tall bluffs rising abruptly from the flat plain. Straddling Monroe and Juneau Counties near Camp Douglas, Wisconsin, the park offers popular swimming, camping, hiking, or relaxing opportunities. Camping and shelter ........more >
Nelson Dewey State Park
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Tower Hill State Park
Beautifully sited above the Wisconsin River, 77-acre Tower Hill State Park provides campsites, nature and hiking trails, and picnicking facilities. The upland forests, a wide variety of plants, shrubs, birds, and animals, and a 175-foot Cambrian sandstone cliff make the park attractive for those who ........more >
Wildcat Mountain State Park
On a steep ridge overlooking the scenic Kickapoo River Valley, Wildcat Mountain State Park offers hiking trails with spectacular views and camping for families, groups, and horseback riders. Canoe the Kickapoo River in your own canoe or rent one in Ontario. The park's 3,603 acres, mostly wooded, ........more >
Wyalusing State Park
At Wyalusing State Park, you can camp 500 feet above the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers. One of Wisconsin's oldest parks, Wyalusing features Indian burial mounds, canoe trail, bird watching. It's a place to go for fishing, boating, bicycling, picnicking, and enjoying nature. There ........more >
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