Open: Open April through Nov Number of Sites: 128 Number of Sites with Electric: 38
Yellowstone Lake State Park is in the driftless area of southwest Wisconsin. This 1,000-acre park, with an additional 455-acre lake offers visitors ample space to enjoy camping, swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, biking and picnicking. In winter the park is open to ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
The lake is stocked with game fish on a regular basis. The park has 128 family campsites, five group sites, nine picnic areas, a reserveable shelter building, a swimming beach, two boat landings, and a canoe launch.
There are five reservable, tent only, group sites. Three of the sites have electrical hookups. The maximum number of individuals on most sites is 30. Group site 204 can accomodate 50 individuals. Group site 206 is a walk-in site only (no vehicles).
Accessible Facilities: Campsites 42 and 49 have electricity and are accessible to visitors with disabilities. Accessible flush toilets and showers are also available in the campground. At the west end of the park is an accessible picnic shelter and vault toilts and at the lower boat landing there is an accessible fishing and picnic area.
A concession stand and boat rentals are located at the east end of the lake and are available during summer.
The 4,000-acre Yellowstone Wildlife Area next to Yellowstone State Park offers many additional recreation opportunities, including horse trails and a shooting range. The wildlife area is managed by the Bureau of Wildlife Management.
The state park and wildlife area combined total over 5,500 acres.
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