Big Bay State Park
Big Bay State Park is a campground located in Bayfield.
The Wisconsin State Park System provides places for outdoor recreation and for learning about nature and conservation. State parks, forests, trails, and recreation areas report about 14 million visits a year. Come and join the fun!
Vehicle admission stickers and state trail passes for 2010 are available for purchase beginning December 1, 2009. Admission stickers and trail passes make great holiday gifts for everyone on your shopping list. Parts of many Wisconsin state parks and forests will be open to deer hunting. The dates, open areas, and other rules vary from place to place. See State Parks and Trails Hunting Opportunities for lists of which parks and trails are open and closed to hunting, and Current Condition Reports for additional park-specific information.
When there is enough snow, many state parks and forests offer groomed cross-country ski trails, as well as opportunities for snowshoeing, snowmobiling and winter camping. Check Current Condition Reports or call the property offices for up-to-date conditions and open facilities.
Local dining options close to Big Bay State Park include Copper Trout Restaurant, The Fat Radish, Wild By Nature Deli, and Sgt. Pepperoni's Pizza To Go.
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