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Old 05-05-2010, 08:35 PM   #15
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I still can't believe we missed you!!! Would have been so fun if 1 of us had stopped at the other camper to say hello then find we're AirForums "colleagues". It was an absolutely perfect weekend at Devil's Lake... glad you had as much fun there as we did!! Perhaps we can plan a get-together there sometime on down the road...

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Old 05-05-2010, 09:11 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jezibels View Post
We have never been to Copper Falls, but we want to go to Point Beach SP and want to go to Wyalusing for the 1st time also, ever been to either of those?
These are all great parks and great places. Just don't let out the secret that WI is the most beautiful state in the USA. Copper Falls in Mellon is spectacular, you got to see it. If you have a rainy day, head north to Ashland, WI on L. Superior and scope out future campgrounds to visit. We especially like Memorial Park in Washburn.

When in Wyalusing, Mulligans in Prairie du Chien has a great Friday fish fry. Across the river from Wyalusing State Park is its Iowa counterpart, Pikes Peak State Park near MacGregor. It is the highest point overlooking the Mississippi and, as a non resident, it's far cheaper than WI parks. Only $17.

We stayed in Point Beach SP just a couple of years ago in late summer. It was our second trip there. We liked it so much, we ended up buying a year long WI SP sticker and stayed there a week longer than we had planned. Make sure you go down to the beach around midnight when no one is there with, hopefully, a full moon. Take the dog (they have a dog beach!).

There's a great Sp in every part of this state, you just can't go wrong.

Hope to see you in the future,


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