State Of Wisconsin- Point Beach State Forest

4.75 Votes
  • Address: 9400 County Rd O, Two Rivers, WI 54241, USA, United States
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  • Tags: Outdoors, Forest, Park, Family And Kids, Nature

This is a beautiful area amidst the woods along the lake city of Michigan. You can enjoy a peaceful camping here with plenty of nature sites everywhere. There are quite a few trails here which are beautifully maintained for the biking and hiking in between the two rivers. You will get easy access to the beaches here at high water level at the end of the park. If you don’t like to cook, then there are special facilities with delicious meals here. This is one of the best places to admire the beauty of the sunrise, sunset, and moon gazing.

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  • Probably one of my favorite parks in Wisconsin. There's a bit of everything here but the beaches and lakefront exploring areas are beautiful. I loved the lighthouse and just waking the sandy beaches. There's also camping and hiking trails here. So much to enjoy and explore!

  • Dog beach was the best. Way overdue on maintenance issues including electrical at campsite. Breaker was loose in the electrical box. Might wanna get that fixed before an accident happens! Individual shower rooms need updating. I don't expect 5 star accommodations. Staff was great! Overall nice state park

  • I go here every year for my bday the pizza is really good. You can play games and earn tickets that you can turn in to the bar and then you can pick out candy. It's a great place to I do recommend going there!

  • Beautiful campground along lake Michigan. They have clean restrooms and showers plus a large pavilion that serves food. They also have a nature center where you can learn about the plants and animals that live there. It's another world surrounded by beauty.

  • We came through as part of the Ice Age Trail, and though the beach was almost engulfed in long sections, and the flies were biting through our socks, this was a lovely bit of hiking--both through the woods and along the beach. There were long stretches of raspberries just about to bloom, neon algea ponds, beautiful boardwalks, and twisting pine groves throughout. Indeed, it felt like there was something new around every bend. Come explore!

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