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PERROT STATE PARK, WI
Status: Open year round.
Max reservation window: Tue Mar 24 2015
101 site(s) found
DescriptionPerrot State Park's 1,243 acres are nestled among 500-foot bluffs where the Trempealeau and Mississippi Rivers meet. Enjoy Brady's Bluff Natural Area and breathtaking river views in this park known for its natural, archaeological, and historical resources. Hike the 13 miles of trails that offer a variety of experiences and levels of difficulty. There is direct access for bicyclists from the campground to the 24-mile Great River State Trail as well as excellent road biking in the area. There is a marked canoe trail in Trempealeau Bay and canoes can be rented at the park. Plan to visit the adjacent Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge.
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Alerts and Important InformationFrom Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend the upper loop shower building will be open every day. From May 13 to Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend to October 16, the upper loop shower building will be closed from Sunday afternoon until Friday morning. The Bay loop shower building and Lower Loop flush toilet building will be open every day from April 15 - October 16.
Shower/flush toilet buildings open approximately April 12, 2014
These are our reservation seasons. The rest of the time is a walk-in season.
We no longer offer winter camping, however, if you would like to hike into the campground we will allow it during our winter seasons:
All sites are reservable. One wheeled camper and a maximum of two vehicles are allowed per site. Camper and vehicles are restricted to the graveled spur. Tents must be kept inside the mowed or signed site limits. Extra vehicle parking is available at the entrance to the campground. All campers must arrive and be set up by 11pm. No overnight boat mooring.
Pets must be leashed (under 8') and attended at all times.
Vehicle admission stickers are required.Click here for cost of the sticker.
The new visitor center is located on the east end of the park, so it is recommended that park visitors enter the park using the east entrance through the Village of Trempealeau.
Walkin First night for reservations Last night for reservations Walkin
Lower Loop Jan 1 - April 28 April 29 October 30 October 31 - December 31
Bay Loop Jan 1 - April 28 April 29 October 30 October 31 - December 31
Back Loop Jan 1 - April 28 April 29 October 30 October 31 - December 31
Upper Loop Jan 1 - May 12 May 13 October 16 October 17 - December 31
Group sites A, B, C, D Walkin season Jan 1 - May 23
First night for reservations May 23
Last night for reservations October 16
Walkin season October 16 - December 31
For information regarding hunting in Wisconsin State Parks follow this link to the DNR web site Click here for more information
About the Admission fees, please Click Here for reference.
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From the South on I-90: take Exit 4 and turn north on Hwy. 53. Travel about 8 miles to the Hwy. 35 Trempealeau Exit (watch for the Perrot State Park exit sign). Travel west on Hwy. 35 for 8 miles to the stop sign in Trempealeau. Turn left and travel two blocks through downtown to the river. Turn right when you reach the river's edge and follow for 1.8 miles to the park headquarters.
From the North on Hwy. 93: at the Centerville stop sign drive straight onto Hwy. 35 South and travel 4 miles to Trempealeau. At the Post Office continue straight ahead onto Main Street for two blocks to the river. Turn right when you reach the river's edge and follow for 1.8 miles to the park headquarters.
From the North on Hwy 35: drive to Centerville. At the stop sign turn right and follow Why 35 South. At the Post Office continue straight ahead onto Main Street for two blocks to the river. Turn right when you reach the river's edge and follow for 1.8 miles to the park headquarters.
Mailing Address:PERROT STATE PARK
BOX 407, W26247 SULLIVAN RD
TREMPEALEAU WI 54661
Phone Number:Project Office:(608)534-6409