IN ORDER TO PROVIDE A SAFE, QUIET AND ENJOYABLE STATE PARK EXPERIENCE, HERE ARE A FEW THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Motor vehicles parked inside the park boundary must have an admission sticker attached to the inside of the windshield on the driver’s side before parking.
Resident Daily - $7.00 Non-Res. Daily - $10.00 Senior Resident Daily - $3.00
Resident Annual - $25.00 Non-Res. Annual - $35.00 Senior Resident Annual - $10.00
One Hour - $5.00 A second annual pass is available at half price. Inquire at the visitor center. PARK HOURS: The park is open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily.
Only registered campers at or in route to their campsites are allowed in the park after 11:00 p.m.
The nightly rate is $15 for residents and $17 for non-residents. Electrical sites are an additional $5 per night.
In addition, there is an organized group tent campground on the south end of the park. CAMPING RESERVATIONS
Reservations are available for all outdoor group, and family campsites by calling our toll-free number, 1-888-WI-PARKS (1-888-947-2757) or by visiting our website www. wiparks.net
. This centralized reservation system provides “one-stop shopping” for any reservable site in the Wisconsin State Park System. Campers may make site-specific reservations up to 11 months in advance and will receive immediate confirmation. Please have your major credit card ready when you place your call. (Checks accepted upon request.) Reservations can no longer be made by calling or stopping at individual parks. The reservation fee is $10/site.
Campers: For individual groups
(non-family) no more than 6 individuals per campsite. Register at the office before you set up. Campers may not set up camp between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Camping is allowed only in des- ignated campsites in the campgrounds. Only two vehicles are allowed at each campsite at one time. Vehicles must be parked on the parking pad. Additional parking is available near each campground.
Fires: Fires are permitted in
fire rings and cooking grills only. Please do not leave any fire unat- tended.
Firewood: Firewood is available
at the Ice Age Store & Visitor Center for a fee. No standing trees may be cut for firewood, even if dead. Tree limbs that have fallen to the ground may be col- lected for firewood. No chainsaws may be used.
Noise: No i s e r e s t r i c -
tions are enforced for the benefit of all visi- tors. No radios, boom- boxes, musical instru- ments, tape players or similar noise producing devices may be used in the campgrounds from 11:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. Personal headsets are recommended dur- ing this time. Campers
should also be quiet enough not to disturb their neighbors. Quiet hours in the camp- grounds are strict ly enforced.
From 6:00 a.m. to
11:00 p.m. noise pro- ducing devices such as radios and boomboxes should be used with consideration for other park visitors. No ampli- fied music or sound sys- tems are allowed in the park.
Traffic: Al l t raf f ic laws ,
including one-way roads, are enforced.
Litter: Help keep the park
clean for all to enjoy. Litterers will be fined.
In-line Skates: They are restricted in
many areas of the park. Check with a Ranger or at the Visitor Center for more information.
Plants and Flowers: All plants and flow-
ers are protected at the park and may not be picked with the excep- tion of edible fruits, nuts, berries and aspar- agus. Mushrooms may also be collected, but be cautious.
Fishing, Boating and Pets: See the information
elsewhere on pages 56-57.
If you have any ques-
tions about park rules, please ask a member of the park staff.
While hiking, stay on the designated and signed
trails shown on the park map. When you wander
off these trails, you do so at your own risk!
What may appear to be a “tame” animal may be ill
or possibly rabid, and sick animals can bite! Leave it alone! Please report too-
friendly or too-aggressive animals to the park personnel.
Never eat berries or plant
parts unless you are certain of their identity. Staying on the hiking trails will lessen your chances of walking through poison ivy.
Always be careful with
campfires, gas stoves and heaters.
Keep children away from the fire ring at all times
and never leave your fire unattended.
Here are a few tips to help make a happy and accident-free vacation.
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