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Willow River State Park
State Park
Today 8:00 am – 10:15 pm
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1034 Co Rd A Hudson, WI 54016
1034 County Road AUSWisconsinHudson54016
State Park, Nature PreserveToday 8:00 am – 10:15 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 10:15 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 10:15 pmSunday 8:00 am – 10:15 pm
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3,000-acre riverside park encompassing Little Falls Lake with a waterfall, swimming & canoeing.- Google
"Beautiful state park."
"That may be why nature center smell bad."
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Ntxhuav Lis
3 months ago
I like the water fall, only one rest room with running water. Nature center smell bad. Can use larger parking lot by the water fall. I guess nature center must not have any rest room because employee says the closest one is about 300 to 400 feet away and no running water. That may be why nature center smell bad. Other state parks offer map but this one doesn't and we have no clue what the park has to offer. Now I know.
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Rick Logan
7 months ago
Beautiful state park. We went late season in the fall of 2014 and everything was still very well maintained. Water for our travel trailer was still available at the maintenance shop, and very easy to get to. We stayed at the lower campground closest to the dam. Campground was quiet and the trail to the falls was beautifully maintained. We loved it so much we went the next weekend as well. Highly recommended
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Christos Sofianopoulos
2 months ago
What an amazing gem of a park with a incredible waterfall to boot. The tails are well kept and plentiful.
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Robert Gerhart
a year ago
The falls are beautiful, but this review is for the campground. Incredibly beat up and crowded. I always thought state parks were there to help preserve the state of nature and let people (including campers) experience it. But this campground was more like a commercial campground; noisy into the late night, no grass left on the campsite from all the overuse, generators running all the time, people had pato lights strung up in the few trees and left them on all night, headlights shining on the campsite until super late, etc. I've had more relaxing stays at a Sturgis rally campground.
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Michele Goossen
3 months ago
Bring your walking shoes and swimsuit! Falls are refreshing and beautiful! Beware of strong currents in areas, not for small kids! Fish often visible in water from walking bridge. Treasure!
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3 months ago
Used to be a great place. Haven't been back since they removed the disc course, and built the new ranger station. Used to be just a state park, now it's everything they can do to turn it into a profit center without regard to the landscape or people who try to enjoy it.
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Dan Z.
3 months ago
We had our first night here and all is well. I see a few poor reviews. Too bad. It's a campground. Get over it. Yes, bath rooms could use attention and there is a lot of wear, but it's a campground. Pay more and go to a camping resort if you want more. Just my $0.02 worth.
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Aaron Dennis
a year ago
I love coming here to hike all year long. The new trails on the north side of the park are great and usually deserted during the week. Check out the waterfall area as it is very cool. The hills provide one heck of a workout!!! I've only camped in the 300 campground area and it is great. With regards to the review written by Mark Leisman I sincerely doubt there are "a ton of Copperhead snakes" in the camping areas and along the trails as there are no copperheads within hundreds of miles of this area. There is a very slight chance of an encounter with either of the 2 species of rattlesnakes (both protected) that live in this area. Any other snake encountered would be nonvenomous and therefore harmless.
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