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Wyalusing State Park is on the high ground above the confluence of the Wisconsin River and the Mississippi River. There are many great vistas here and eleven labeled hiking trails. "Wyalusing" is a word from the Munsee-Delaware tribe meaning "home of the warrior" as a...More
If you search my profile, you'll see that my husband and I have camped at many state parks this season. He and I agree that this one tops them all.
We have a 24 foot travel trailer.
We stayed at campsite 224.
All the Wisconsin and Iowa State parks in this area are great. Lots of hiking trails, camping, helpful workers and interesting history. State park admission or sticker required. Can see Pike's Peak from this park. Nice boat launch site for viewing the river too.
Camping on the edge of the bluff over looking the Wisconsin and Mississippi is the best.
It can get awful hot in July but the woods and all the hiking trails can give some relief.
Kayaking opportunities are abundant.
We take an annual camping trip with three other families. This park met our groups needs. We camped in the newer loop which has a roundabout design. In the middle of the roundabout is the shower/ bathroom facilities. We thought this was an ideal and...More
We've camped here a few times now. Especially love the Homestead camping area with its newer restroom facility, and both electric and non-electric sights. Many are set in the woods & more private...most have shade. We 'glamp' in a lil 16' camper, so the dump...More
We stayed at site 232 in the Homestead Campground and could not have had a better time. The site is a bit on the smaller side, but there was enough room for two tents and a 10x10 pop-up shelter. I was a bit concerned about...More
Came on a rainy day. Had a big enough of a break that we were able to walk out to the overlook which is just breathtaking. Beautiful roads throughout the park. The best part was how clean and fresh the bathrooms were!! How refreshing for...More
We were driving through and wanted to see the confluence of the Wisconsin River and the Mississippi River. We were well-rewarded with a million dollar view from the top of a tall bluff! We hiked along the bluff ... and even down the bluff a...More
We felt the campsites were quite small (at least the ridge ones), smaller than typical in other state campgrounds we've been to. Our firepit (the same as most it seemed) was right next to the road, so little privacy if you... More
We felt the campsites were quite small (at least the ridge ones), smaller than typical in other state campgrounds we've been to. Our firepit (the same as most it seemed) was right next to the road, so little privacy if you want to sit next to the fire and read a book, constant traffic along the road. It seems most of them have a mix of wooded and sunny so you are in the shade at least part of the day. The park itself, overlooking the rivers, is beautiful, but we weren't as impressed with the campsites as we had hoped. I thought the bathrooms were fine. We stayed in the Ridge campground, but there is also the Homestead campground, campsites might be bigger there.