Wyalusing State Park RV & Campground Guide


Enjoy a trip camping 500 feet above the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers at Wyalusing State Park. It’s one of Wisconsin’s oldest state parks, and has family camping areas, hiking trails, a canoe trail, Native American burial grounds, and a variety of activities visitors can do while taking in the scenery of the river valleys.  

Weather in the park is on the cooler side, with average highs just above 80°F in summer, and average lows in winter in the teens. It gets about half a week of precipitation during the winter months and a week in summer.

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Spring 28 F – 71 F
Summer 60 F – 83 F
Fall 32 F – 76 F
Winter 13 F – 34 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Wyalusing State Park

Wyalusing State Park has 88 sites with electric hookups, picnic tables, and cooking grills. There is a dump station nearby, and four bathhouses. There are also coin-operated washers and dryers available.   

There are other campgrounds nearby you can try as well:

Sports Unlimited Campground

Sports Unlimited is steps from the Mississippi River, and has a variety of recreational activities for guests. Each site has a fire pit, and there are two restaurants within walking distance of the campsites.

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wi-Fi: yes

  • Pet friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: laundry, showers, playground, mini golf, 9-hole golf course

River of Lakes Campground & Resort

River of Lakes is a family friendly campground in the backwaters of the Mississippi River, with excellent fishing, kayaking, and paddleboarding. 

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wi-Fi: yes

  • Pet friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: playground, canoeing, bike rentals, paddleboard rentals

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What to Do at
Wyalusing State Park

Inside Wyalusing State Park

There are lots of things to do at Wyalusing State Park. From water fun to winter treks to other outdoor activities, here are some of the things you might want to try:

Hiking: There are more than 14 miles of hiking trails that snake through the park, of all different difficulties. Some of them do include steep climbs and descents or stairs, so check on the terrain for your hike before you head out so you’re prepared. 

Biking: The park has two mountain bike trails - Whitetail Meadows and Mississippi Ridge. They’re not designed for high speed travel, but are great places to try your technical biking skills. 

Boating: Boat ramps are available for motorboats, and rental boats are available. There is no beach within the park, but there is one nearby at Wyalusing Recreation Area. There is also a canoe trail through the river, and canoe and kayak rentals are available. 

Fishing: There is excellent fishing for panfish, bass, northern pike, and walleye. There is also an accessible fishing pier near the boat landing.

Hunting and trapping: Visitors may hunt and trap in open areas of the park during the appropriate seasons. There are restrictions on where, and on what types of traps are allowed, so be sure to check before you plan your trip. 

Cross-country skiing: There are several cross-country ski trails for every level. Several trails offer magnificent views of the Mississippi River in winter. Trails are groomed. 

Snowshoeing: All trails not groomed for cross-country skiing are available for winter hiking or snowshoeing. Several trails lead to frozen waterfalls, and guarantee a picturesque winter experience. 

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How to Get to
Wyalusing State Park

From US Highway 18 and State Highway 35, turn west on County Highway C about just south of the Wisconsin River bridge. Follow Highway C to Highway X. Turn right on Highway X and go one mile to the park entrance. You’ll also find directional signs are at each intersection.

The address for the park is 13081 State Park Lane, Bagley, WI 53801.

Entering Wyalusing State Park

There is an entrance fee for vehicles.

Wyalusing State Park Vehicles with Wisconsin plates : $8.0

Wyalusing State Park Vehicles with out-of-state plates : $11.0

What better way to spend time with those you love than by heading out on a road trip together? Renting an RV with RVshare makes the trip easy and stress-free. Whether you choose to rent an RV near your home and make the trek, or fly into Wisconsin and rent an RV for camping, you’re sure to have an adventure you won’t soon forget! We would love to see pictures of your travels - be sure to send us photos of your trip to [email protected] and tag us on social media. Your memories could be featured on our blog, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter page!

Frequently Asked Questions About Wyalusing State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Wyalusing State Park?

The most appropriate times to go to Wyalusing State Park are in the spring and fall months. The park has excellent weather conditions during these times and is less overcrowded.

What is the climate of Wyalusing State Park?

Wyalusing State Park is in a region that experiences a continental climate. The park has warm, humid summers and cold, snowy days in winter. Summer temperatures reach about 80 degrees while the average lows in winter can reach 13 degrees.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Wyalusing State Park?

Beavers, beer, and foxes call this park home. Many bird species, including owls, hawks, woodpeckers, turtle vultures, bald eagles, and wild turkeys, are often seen here during spring and fall.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Wyalusing State Park?

Wyalusing State Park has a staggering 109 designated camping areas. These spots are well maintained and feature fire rings and tables. Some camping grounds are big enough to house RVs.

Are pets allowed at Wyalusing State Park?

Pets can access Wyalusing State Park. They are permitted on the trails and in the tents but cannot enter the cabins. They must be on a leash and under supervision at all times.