Amnicon Falls State Park Cabins

Amnicon Falls State Park
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Wander by Waterfalls in the American Midwest at Amnicon Falls State Park

The first people to come to this verdant land in present-day Wisconsin were nomadic hunters over 9,000 years ago, and the town of Amnicon took over the ruling of the park in 1930. The four waterfalls in this state park are a joy to behold and the lush woodland hiking trails will take you on a spectacular journey downriver.

Best Hiking Trails in Amnicon Falls State Park

The evergreen forests and picturesque waterfalls of Amnicon Falls State Park offer some of the most scenic hiking in the Midwest. The trails vary in length and difficulty and often lead you along the banks of the rust-coloured Amnicon river. There's nothing better than a stay in one of the Amnicon Falls State Park cabins or hotels after a day of hiking.

  • 1. Amnicon Falls State Park Trail

    The 2.4mi. dog-friendly looped route is the main trail in the park and is used for hiking, running, and camping. It is open all year and has an elevation gain of 232ft, offering unparalleled views of the waterfalls.

  • 2. Thimbleberry Nature Trail

    This 0.8mi. interpretive trail provides access to the river and is perfect for nature-lovers to discover the diverse plant and wildlife of the park. A side path along the route will lead you to a pond, which was formerly a sandstone quarry, and is great for birdwatching.

  • 3. Snowshoe Trail

    Uniquely, this 1.5mi. winter trail leads away from the river and into the more forested areas of the park. Although the trail is relatively level, you will come across steeper sections as you pass through an ancient river valley.

Best Family Activities in Amnicon Falls State Park

Bring your kids to Amnicon Falls State Park to treat the family to a stay in the cozy Amnicon Falls State Park cabins. The camping is superb, and the majestic waterfalls and thick forest surroundings offer an ideal setting for an adventure in the wilderness or relaxation in the outdoors.

  • 1. Fishing

    Amnicon River is a warmwater river with a bounty of channel catfish and bluegill, and the best fishing spots are downriver from the lower falls. You will need a trout stamp if you are fishing for trout, and if you are over the age of 16, you will need a license.

  • 2. Camping

    If you're looking for a more rugged outdoor experience, then Amnicon Falls State Park has 36 campsites on offer. You can camp among the trees and buy firewood from the local camp managers.

  • 3. Amnicon Falls

    Bring your family to explore the waterfalls that grace this park - they offer great spots for picnics and the scenery is ideal for photographing picture-perfect memories. You can also swim in some of the plunge pools.