Wyalusing State Park and Wyalusing Walnut Forest State Natural Area

Located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers, Wyalusing is one of the best places along the river for birding. The 2,628-acre park offers a diversity of habitat that attracts many bird species. Within the park,
Wyalusing Walnut Forest State Natural Area lies on the north face of a 500 foot-high bluff overlooking the two rivers. The forest contains two nearly pure stands of black walnut trees, and spectacular spring wildflower displays.

Directions: Traveling south from Prairie du Chien, cross the Wisconsin River on Hwy 18/35. Turn west on Cty C for 3.5 miles, then west on Cty. X for 1.1 miles, then north on the park road for 1.7 miles to the nature center parking lot. Pick up a park map at the park office.

Gazetteer: Page 24, A-1 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 82, F-3 (10th edition).

Phone: 608/996-2261.

Web Site: WDNR Wyalusing State Park | WDNR Wyalusing Walnut Forest State Natural Area

Signature Species: Red-shouldered Hawk, Kentucky and Prothonotary Warblers, Yellow-breasted Chat, Turkey Vultures and Whip-poor-wills.

Seasonality: Open all year.

Parking: Paved lots throughout property.

Nearest food & Lodging: Park has electric/non-electric sites for camping, or in Prairie du Chien 6 miles north, or in Bagley 1 mile north.

Fee: State park vehicle admission sticker required.