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Founded in 1911, Devil's Lake is the third oldest state park in Wisconsin, the largest, and the most visited.
One of my favorite places to hike and camp. Absolutely amazing in October - the leaves are gorgeous.
Take a hike or climb rocks in the only place in the Midwest that feels like the mountains.
Don't forget to hike Parfrey's Glen....deep gorge at the end, awesome view!
Head to Jumping Rock on the West Bluff trail along the lake. It's through the second set of trees on the path. It's really fun.
Awesome lake! Great for hiking. Rock on.
Great place to hike swim and get married! Our wedding kari have been windy, but it was so unbelievably beautiful!
7 dollars gets you park entry for an entire carload of people if you have Wisconsin plates.
Don't plan on staying overnight. The rooms are straight out of the 80s and haven't been cleaned since then. Don't bother with lessons as most of the staff is unprofessional or sleeping on the job.
Love all the different hiking trails!
You can take your dogs to the south beach, and west side
Great place for rock climbing
Stay away from south shore if your wanting to swim. Lots of seaweed appearing and swimmers itch spreading like wildfire. :(
Ask around for rock 8!!! Also a perfect sunset spot... It's a formed "rock sofa" on the crest of the south west bluff.
This place is like a hikers paradise. Awesome views!
Great Place for all Scouts to come.
Great lake to swim in, but the beach is more rock than sand. Watershoes recommended.
West bluff hiking trail has beautiful views...
Wear loose and comfortable clothing. Bring lots of water!
Bring water...lots of water
If this one isn't on your list of muse-see's, it should be. Bring/rent a kayak, and if you have kids, they will love the beach area!
I love this place! The trails are great!
Bring your swimsuit, hiking shoes, and a picnic backpack and you'll be all set for a day of fun and adventures! This is now one of our favorite family getaways.
Site Seeing!! With my Military Sisters!!
Excellent for winter camping. Hike around the lake. Hike all the connecting ice-age trails. Parfrey's Glenn http://www.devilslakewisconsin.com/information-center/other-natural-areas/parfreys-glen/
Climb in your bare feet it's better
Awesome place in the state, especially for swimming. I recommend swimming off of the rocks though. Much funner. But be safe!