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Amnicon Falls State Park, South Range

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
Amnicon Falls State Park is a state park of Wisconsin, United States. The 825acre park is located in South Range, Wisconsin, southeast of the city of Superior. It features a series of waterfalls on the Amnicon River as it flows around a small island and under a historic covered bridge.Activities and amenitiesSwimming: The falls are divided into Upper and Lower Falls areas, and swimming is allowed at both. Trails: The park's of trails include paths along both banks of the river and a snowshoeing trail into remoter park areas.Camping: The park has 36 campsites, two walk-in and one accessible to persons with disabilities.
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  • My wife and I stopped here for a hike while we were on vacation for her birthday. The park is absolutely beautiful. There is simply no other way to describe it. A beautiful stream/river flows through ...  read more »
  • We drove through Amnicon Falls Park and it was a beautiful day for it. Colors were beautiful... got some great pictures and got to see some great scenery... 
  • This State Park is an awesome place to visit. With it's numerous waterfalls it is a photographers heaven. Very easy hiking trails and very beautiful scenery. Loved it! 
  • Awesome waterfalls here most of the year, especially during the spring. The park itself could use some TLC (like most state parks these days without an appropriate budget to do so). The covered bridge makes for great photos.
  • Fantastic park! We stayed 2 nights and had a wonderful time. The hiking trails are accessible for anyone, really. I severely sprained my ankle on the first night, but I wasn't going to miss out on hiking, so I laced my boots really tight and found a good stick for support. I had NO trouble traversing the trails, even with the pain, so I think this would be a great place even for small children to explore! The camp sites were very large and private, though bring a hammer or mallet to hammer in your tent stakes, the ground can be quite tough. Also very close to Pattison State Park, so you can make a day of stopping at both, even if you're not going to camp. Less than 30 minutes from each other. So many beautiful waterfalls!!
  • Decent views but only 1.5 miles of total hiking trails. Trains. They go ALL night every night with the whistle blowing. You'll hear them.
  • Loved this place it was so pretty and the hiking trails were awesome went there on a road trip it was fun to do that with the kids this weekend!!😃
  • Nice state park with relatively secluded sites, a nice walking loop to visit the local waterfalls and a couple of hiking trails to explore the woods and a meadow.
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