Wilderness State Park offers visitors a variety of year-round recreational activities within its over 10,000 acres. Wilderness areas and 26 miles of beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline provide great places to observe nature from the nurmerous trails throughout the park. The park's 250 modern campsites are divided into two units, the Lakeshore and the Pines. Six rustic cabins and three rustic bunkhouses are additional options for accommodations withint the park.
Check out Wilderness State Park's geocaching trail, with 16 geocaches included in the trail, and an additional 4 caches in the park for beginners.
The terrain is a mixture of dense coniferous forest to mature hardwood forest, with some pockets of open, wet, meadows mixed in. There are an abundance of small ponds mixed in with coniferous wetlands. It is easy to get lost and everyone going into the forest is advised to carry a map and compass.
Please visit the links below for important maps of Wilderness State Park.
For a map of Wilderness State Park click here.
For a map of ski and snowmobile trails click here.
Resources for the Lakeshore Campground Study for Redevelopment:
- www.dnrwilderness.wordpress.com - A resource that provides information about Lakeshore Campground and the Study for Redevelopment.
- www.surveymonkey.com/s/wsp_lakeshore - An online survey for the Lakeshore Campground Study for Redevelopment that seeks users opinions about existing and future facilities.
- Facebook Page - Provides facebook users with the opportunity to provide input and upload photos as part of the Lakeshore Campground Study for Redevelopment.
Make a Tax Deductable Donation to Wilderness State Park