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Stunning natural scenery, excellent hiking, and abundant opportunities for boating and winter sports — that's just a taste of what you can expect when you camp in Perrot State Park.
Located near Trempealeau in southwestern Wisconsin, this 1,270-acre park sits on 500-foot bluffs overlooking the confluence of the Trempealeau and Mississippi Rivers. It's an area known for its breathtaking views and diverse native wildlife, and also has a reputation as a wonderful RV camping destination.
With a 102-site family campground set in peaceful wooded surroundings, Perrot State Park has everything you need for a memorable vacation in the great outdoors. Keep reading to find out how to plan your perfect stay.
There are so many outdoor activities to enjoy in Perrot State Park that it's hard to know where to start. However, as is often the case, the best way to experience the surrounding terrain is to lace up your walking shoes and take a hike.
There are more than 12 miles of hiking trails in Perrot State Park, with routes available to suit a wide range of fitness levels. If you're after a short but interesting loop you can tackle with the family, the half-mile Black Walnut Nature Trail is the perfect starting point. But if you're after something that will help you raise more of a sweat, the challenging trek along the Perrot Ridge Trail might be more your cup of tea — and you'll be rewarded with spectacular river views.
If you're planning a Perrot State Park camping adventure in winter, you might want to take advantage of the nine miles of groomed trails for cross-country skiing. The two-mile Bay Trail actually passes through the campground and is an easy loop, while advanced skiers will be happier tackling the Prairie and Cedar Glade Trails.
If you'd rather get around on two wheels, it's well worth mentioning that you can access the Great River State Trail from the campground. This 24-mile trail is built on an abandoned railway line and leads you through some of the best scenery of the upper Mississippi River valley, so it's definitely worth bringing your bike along.
Finally, most of the other activity in Perrot State Park centers on the river. Boating is a hugely popular pastime in the park, and a boat landing area on the Trempealeau River provides easy access to Trempealeau Bay as well as the Mississippi River. Canoes and kayaks are also available for rent from the park office, and energetic campers can paddle their way around the Voyageurs Canoe Trail, which winds for just under three and a half miles. It's a relaxing way to experience the beautiful waterways for which this part of Wisconsin is most famous.
If you want to camp with an RV at Perrot State Park, search for a rental RV in Trempealeau County and find yourself a spot in the park's large family campground.
With 102 sites in total, the campground has plenty of room for you to park your motorhome rental for a while. Heavily wooded, the campground provides plenty of shade during the summer heat, and some sites even offer lovely water views. Finally, four walk-in group campsites are also provided.
Hot showers, flush toilets, and an RV dump station are all provided in season. There's also a canoe launching area near the campground's southwestern corner, while the Perrot State Park Nature Center is located nearby.
If you want to visit with your dog, you'll be happy to hear that pets are permitted in the campground. However, you'll need to clean up after your furry friend whenever necessary and keep them on a leash at all times.
Perrot State Park isn't the only attraction worth exploring in this beautiful region of the United States. There are several other great destinations nearby, so why not stop off to experience the best they have to offer?
For example, if you make the half-hour drive southeast to the city of La Crosse, you might want to visit the spectacular Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
If you'd rather spend some more time enjoying a beautiful state park, Great River Bluffs State Park is just across the state line in Minnesota.
And if you're keen to tackle the easy drive north to Eau Claire, you could be treating the family to a day out in Carson Park inside an hour and a half.
Whichever way you look at it, there's a whole lot to enjoy when you go camping at Perrot State Park. Book a motorhome, pack your bags, and get ready for a memorable outdoor adventure.