New Glarus Woods is a 431-acre state park offering camping, hiking, picnicking and snowshoeing. The park also offers direct access to The Sugar River State Trail, a 23-mile, 265-acre, State Trail surfaced with compressed limestone screenings, for bicycling, hiking, snowmobiling and, in some areas, hunting. Take advantage of the many opportunities for recreation or relaxation in the area.
New Glarus Woods has 18 drive-in campsites in the Lead Road Circle Campground for recreational vehicle (RV), pop-up or tent camping, and 14 walk-in sites for tent camping 50 to 1000 feet along a paved trail from the parking area. Six group sites are available for groups of up to 25 persons. We offer both wooded and meadow group sites. Some group sites are tent only, others will accommodate tents, pop-ups, motor homes and RVs.
The park is open year-round. The walk-in campsites are closed November 1 through March 31.
Rest rooms accessible to people with disabilities are available in the group camping area. There is an accessible family campsite in the Lead Circle Campground, an accessible group campsite in the group camp area, and accessible picnic tables in the parks as well. For wildlife viewing, there is an accessible wildlife blind on the Walnut Trail. Please ask the park staff for assistance with any special needs you have due to mobility or health problems.
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