A beautiful, smaller park. We tent camped with our littles (2 & under) & they had a blast walking & sitting in the water near the Falls. There are countless locations on the Falls for your family to get cozy & enjoy the water in & out. Check out campsites 16&17 if available, private & short walk to sites. Overall all sites seemed to be a great size with most having decent privacy. Clean park & friendly staff.
We have camped here more than any other park! The chain of waterfalls are unlike any other park in the area because you can swim in almost all of them, the snake pit is a thrill for jumping off into the iron rich water (don’t be put off by the water color it’s natural and safe!)
Lots of walks and hikes directly from the campsite. The waterfalls are incredible. Overall clean area with very little litter. Bathrooms were meticulously clean for vault toilets. There was water but no sinks. The sites vary, but there are some larger ones with privacy. We wanted to stay two nights and could only register for one night in person although our site # was available for the next 3 nights. Meanwhile someone reserved it the next day so we just left rather than move down one.
What a scenic and gorgeous park. The falls and bridge are awesome. The campground is very nice but a bit crowded and noisy from nearby hwy 53. Otherwise a very relaxing and clean campground with friendly staff.
Amnicon Falls State Park is a great place to get away for the weekend! The park has several gorgeous waterfalls and the copper color of the rocks and water makes for a unique experience!
Quiet fairly private campsites. We were there early in the season, so not a whole lot of people; so it may be different during busy season. Campsites are decent sized and not far from many trails to hike.
love hiking and discovering waterfalls, big and small! clean campground, shaded spots available, so beautiful!
Amincon is a hiking and photography dream. The staff at Amnicon are over the top friendly and helpful. Enjoy private feeling camp sites. I tent camp and I’m thankful that I have 10” steel stakes and a 2.5lb sledge hammer because the ground is very rocky. The sites are very clean and quite. Enjoy a short walk from the camping sites to the water and hiking trails. Bring your camera for sure! Don’t miss this Northern Wisconsin park just Southeast of Duluth Minnesota.
This is a decent park. There are some pretty water falls and campsites are very clean. They all have fire pits with plenty of room for your car or camper trailer. There are plenty of trees for shade. It is a very peaceful setting.
The real positive about this campground is that it is a great setting if you want to pull in your camper and if you prefer to rough it in a tent there is a parking lot and a trail for walk-in campsites.
Checkout Amnicon Falls State Park.