Amnicon Falls State Park features a series of delightful waterfalls and rapids along the Amnicon River. You can view them from a covered foot bridge or trails along the river, or—if you're sure-footed—from the rocky shore of the river.
The park is a place to picnic, camp, walk in the woods, and learn about the Douglas Fault, the geological formation that created the falls. There are many things to do and see in the area, too. It's part of Wisconsin's Superior Coastal Plain Landscape.
Amnicon Falls State Park is about 7 miles east of the Superior city limits in Douglas County. Take US Highway 2/53 to to the southeast out of Superior. From the junction of highways 2 and 53, take US 2 about 1 mile east to County Highway U. Turn left (north) on Highway U and go about .3 mile. The park entrance is on your left.
Amnicon Falls State Park has 36 campsites, including one that is accessible for people with disabilities and two walk-in sites, 100 and 150 feet from the parking area.
It's a quiet, mostly rustic campground, with tall trees partly or fully shading all the sites. There are no electric hookups, showers, or dump station. No generators may be operated in the park.
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