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Willow River State Park

1034 County Highway A
715-386-5931

With nearly 3,000 acres of prairie, forests and panoramic river scenery, LocationWillow River State Park offers year-round recreation opportunities in western Wisconsin. The park is about five miles northeast of Hudson and has a campground, a boat launch and a 400-foot beach and picnic area centered on 172-acre Little Falls Lake.



Reviews

Corey McLaughlin

Rating:
Monday, July 23, 2018
Wonderful campground.. can't wait to go back. Waterfall is within close walking distance. I do wish they had better off road bike trails. The lake was drained but they are working on replacing the dam at the moment. I would highly recommend go up to Perch Lake to swim.

Pam C

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Scenic park, friendly park office staff, beautiful wooded campsites, many deer and bird sightings. We camped in the 300 campground, restrooms built in 1950's need better lighting and a deep clean. Showers and restrooms in 100 were newer and much nicer. RV fresh water, dump station, trash and recycling available. Falls area hike is bike free and was less than a mile, many butterflies along the way. A picturesque waterfall and bridge will await you, glad we visited Willow River!

Shawn Stark

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Monday, July 23, 2018
This park surrounds Little Falls lake and has well groomed class 5 walking trails and paved walking trails. The total distance when traveling around the lake is just over 10k and there are a number of access trails that lead out to parking. I estimate 14+ miles or about 25k of total trails. The waterfalls located toward the north east of the park are a great place to cool off after a good walk.

G Young

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Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
Enjoy walking through this park. Husband and I have been here multiple times. There are multiple trails - woods, waterfalls, and more of a meadow scene. Plenty of space and variety in this park. Love it!

Trevor Ludwig

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Monday, July 30, 2018
Great campsites. Friendly staff. The dam is no longer there so there isn't a lake anymore, but it appears as though they are going to rebuild it. Sounds like they're hoping to have something built around 2020.

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