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WILDCAT MOUNTAIN STATE PARK, WI
Status: Open year round.
Max reservation window: Wed Apr 06 2016
72 site(s) found
DescriptionLocated on a ridge rising steeply above the Kickapoo River in Wisconsin's driftless area. The park offers camping for families, groups and riders with horses. Canoes can be rented in the village of Ontario. Picnic areas, shelters, hiking, cross-country ski, horse riding and nature trails are featured. Observation point is 1200 feet above sea level. Trout fishing in Billings Creek, Cheyenne Creek and the Kickapoo River is popular. Nature building offers displays and information to visitors. Shower building and dump station for all campers are near the family campground.
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Alerts and Important Information
Peace and Quiet in Wisconsin State Parks:
Peace and quiet are among the things visitors appreciate most about Wisconsin state parks and forests. To keep the parks and forests quiet, the Department of Natural Resources prohibits operation of any sound truck, loudspeaker, generator, chainsaw, air conditioner or other device that produces excessive, loud or unusual noises without a written permit from the department.
Five walk-in sites are available for winter camping contact the property if you have questions.
Guidelines if an ADA Situation
Situations may occur on a property where generators are normally not allowed and a person may request permission to operate a generator because of a physical or medical need that may be covered under ADA rules. Please contact the property before making a camping reservation or arriving to camp on a same-day campsite arrival (no reservation).
Five walk-in campsites available year round (non-reservable)
Reservation season May 22 through Columbus Day each year
Shower/flush toilet buildings open approximately May 22, each year.
Shower/flush toilet buildings close approximately October 14, each year.
Dump station open approximately May 22, each year.
Dump Station Closes approximately October 14, each year.
These facilities are weather dependent and dates can change. Check with the property if you have questions.
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Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From the North: take State Highway 131 south from Interstate Highway 94 near Tomah about 25 miles to Ontario. From Ontario, go east on State Highway 33 for 2 miles. The main entrance to the park will be on your left.
From the West: Take State Highway 33 east from La Crosse about 39 miles to Ontario. From Ontario, go east on State Highway 33 for 2 miles. The main entrance to the park will be on your left.
From the East: Take State Highway 33 west from Reedsburg about 36 miles to the park. The entrance main entrance to the park will be on your right.
From the South: Take State Highway 131 north from US Highway 14 at Readstown about 23 miles to County Highway F. Go right (east) on Highway F about 1.5 miles to State Highway 33. Turn left (west) on Highway 33 and go about .6 mile to the park entrance, which will be on your right.
Horse campers: Follow the signs to go directly to Horse Camp (on Taylor Valley Road off Highway 33). Do NOT go in the main park entrance. Coming from Ontario on Highway 33, turn left on Taylor Valley Road before getting to the main park entrance. Coming from the east on Highway 33, turn right on Taylor Valley Road after passing the main park entrance.
Mailing Address:WILDCAT MOUNTAIN STATE PARK
BOX 99, E 13660 Hwy 33
ONTARIO WI 54651
Phone Number:Information: (608)337-4775