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 reservations are open from Memorial Day into September. Day use is open year-round. For shelter reservations, please call Mill Bluff (608) 427-6692 from May 20 into September, or during the off-season call Wildcat Mountain State Park at (608) 337-4775.
Mill Bluff State Park has 21 wooded or partially wooded family campsites. (See the campground map.) Six electrical hook-ups are available. Sites # 7 and 10 through 21 are very flat and accessible. The park has pit toilets and hand pumps, no showers.
Reservations may be made up to 11 months in advance by calling toll-free (888) 947-2757.
A pond with 2.5 acres of clear cool water from underground springs and 250 feet of white sand beach is available for public swimming. Changing stalls are available. Don't swim alone or at night. Lifeguards are not provided at any time.
No fishing is allowed in the pond.