Copper Falls State Park was built in 1929. The Civilians Conservation Corpse and the Works Progress Administration developed the amenities. Copper Falls is one of Wisconsin?s most picturesque parks. The park?s beauty is accentuated by the log cabins erected by the Civilian Conservation Corpse in the 1930s. A total of 54 campsites on two campgrounds are available. Shaded forested settings away from the dense public areas make the camping areas exclusive. Twenty four of the sites offer electrical hook-ups. Disabled persons can ret a rustic log cabin. Picnic areas with a special table and a grill as well are on hand. For the hikers, there is the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Fishing is also offered here. Scenic waterfall beauty of the parks, deep gorgeous gorges and ancient lave flows add to the During the winter, snow fall that reaches more than 100 inches give cross country ski trails for the skiers. Firewood, ice, soft drinks, ice cream and light lunches can be bought at the park concession. Public laundries are also available. There is also a golf course. Have fun camping in the Copper Falls State Park.