Perrot State Park


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Perrot State Park


Location:Near the confluence of the Trempealeau and Mississippi Rivers in southwest Wisconsin.
Facilities:95 campsites (44 with electrical hookups), showers, outdoor group camp (50 sites), picnic areas, hiking trails (13 miles), mountain bike trails, ski trails, nature center, scenic vista, boat launch.
Activities:Camping, boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, naturalist programs (seasonal).
Special Features:Early inhabitants include the ancient Indian cultures of archaic, early woodland and effigy mound builders. Mounds from the Hopewell culture have been identified.
Address:Rt 1, Box 407
Trempealeau, WI 54661

Phone:608-534-6409
Size: 1,400 acres.

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Perrot State Park. Sign location: The boardwalk overlooking Trempealeau Bay
For one of the most stunning views on the Mississippi River, head to Perrot State Park. This meeting point for the Mississippi and Trempealeau rivers is known for its 500-foot bluffs and views of the surrounding wetlands.