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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

Pam C

Rating:
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!

Gary Tierney

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018
This was a great day for birds. Eagles were in the sky all day hunting near the river. There were cedar wax wings stuffing them selves on tree buds. A small flock of blue buntings seemed to be pairing up and of course fighting for the right to breed A great blue heron let me get very close. There was a fly catcher calling, but I couldn't get close enough to see it.

Lance L

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Sunday, June 24, 2018
A beautiful state park with camp sites, hiking trails, fishing, canoeing and my personal favorite, the waterfall. Be aware that if you park at the falls lot it's a steep descent to the bottom, but more importantly you need to make it back to your car. (25 flights of stairs according to my fitbit)

Resa G

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018
This is a great park in Wisconsin but close to Minnesota. I have been a few times and always have a nice experience. Last time I went was in April, and there was a beautiful snowfall. Go here and explore the park and then go enjoy the rest of Hudson.

Jason Christensen

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Sunday, April 22, 2018
Nice park. Better than some of the others I have been to in Wisconsin. Well maintained, maps are good, trails are marked really well. The falls are really cool, especially in the spring when they are way up. Go, you won't be disappointed.

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