Wyalusing State Park
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Located 10 miles south of Prairie du Chien, high atop the Wisconsin bluffs. Features views of the historic junction of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers where the first Europeans, Marquette and Jolliet, landed in 1673. The park, established in 1917, now encompasses 2,628 acres. Wyalusing is a Munsee-Delaware Indian word meaning home of the warrior. Park amenities: 109 family campsites, indoor group camping facilities, picnic facilities, 22 miles of hiking and nature trails, scenic overlooks, many opportunities for bird watching, a concession with canoe and kayak rentals, bicycle paths, and cross-country skiing trails. Admission charged.