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Wisconsin State Park Fees, Reservations and Information

Wisconsin State Parks, Forest and Recreation Areas
Admission Stickers
A vehicle admission sticker is required on all motor vehicles stopping in state parks, forests and recreation areas. Within each property you can purchase:
  • an annual sticker, for admission to all state parks and forests for the calendar year
  • a daily sticker, valid only on the date of isssue
  • a one-hour sticker, available at most state parks and forests

Admission Sticker Rates
Go to the fees page at Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Camping Reservations on the Web
Review park and campground maps, check site availability, and make reservations via this online site run by a private company under contract with the Wisconsin Departmental Resources.

Camping Reservations by Telephone, call 888-947-2757
The campsite reservation system is in operation Monday through Friday from 9 am to 10 pm, and on weekends and holidays from 9 am to 6 pm (Central Time). Talk to a live operator who will guide you through the reservation process. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. There is a $9.50 per site reservation handling fee, in addition to regular camping and park admission fees.

You may reserve sites from two days to 11 months in advance of your camping date. You may make up to six reservations per call, for multiple dates and/or multiple locations.

When you call, be ready with the dates you want to camp, the number of people in your party and their names, the type of campsite you'll need (tent, backpack, or wheeled), the length of your pop-up or RV, your credit card number and its expiration date.

Camping Fees
Go to the fees page at Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

State Trail Pass
A trail pass is required for all individuals 16 or older who are biking, horseback riding, or cross-country skiing on certain designated trails. A trail pass is not required for hiking. Rates are:

Go to the fees page at Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

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