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Willow River State Park
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Today 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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1034 Co Rd A Hudson, WI 54016
1034 County Road AUSWisconsinHudson54016
State Park, Nature PreserveToday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMThursday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMFriday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMSaturday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMSunday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMMonday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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3,000-acre riverside park encompassing Little Falls Lake with a waterfall, swimming & canoeing.- Google
"I Love Being Able To See The Deer And The Babies Up Close."
"That may be why nature center smell bad."
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Steven Sassman
2 weeks ago
$43 for a gravel site with electricity in the off season is "gouging" the traveler and residents of WI. Staff was great, helpful and courteous. I will not be staying at anymore WI state parks, most states want to show off their parks and sites, apparently WI is just after the money. If you travel through Wi, look for the local private RV parks, they will be more reasonable and glad to have you as their guest.
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Andy Cosgrove
a week ago
Great hiking and camping. Little hard to get into during the summer weekends. Wish the vehicle permits for us Minnesotans wasn't so expensive.
Michele Goossen
5 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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Rick Logan
9 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
Ntxhuav Lis
5 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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Andrew Robins
a week ago
Go for the falls. The falls are great. Lots of unofficial trails along the bluffs to explore, just be careful as it is very dangerous.
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Simon Templar
in the last week
This is a great park. Being overrun by the cities so the park is getting more and more litter filled but amazing park with great trails.. Worth every penny
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5 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.