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Mirror Lake State Park

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E10320 Fern Dell Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
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04/01 - 10/31

Mirror Lake covers over 2000 acres. Sandstone bluffs surround half the lake which offers excellent fishing, swimming and canoeing and kayaking. Wooded campsites, picnic areas, a boat landing, and miles of biking, hiking and cross-country ski trails.

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  • Sarah Morrison posted 16 days ago
    "Had my wedding ceremony at Mirror Lake in the Amphitheatre and it was absolutely beautiful. We are so happy we had it here. No decorations needed! The park staff was super friendly and helpful and our wedding was great. We got a ton of compliments on how beautiful it was. We also did pictures in other parts of the park and there was no shortage of pretty scenery."
  • Kurt Boemler posted 6 days ago
    "Beautiful, well-maintained trails. We were able to experience the Dells rock formations on several points of the trail. Not a difficult walk at all. We were there on a weekday morning and I don't think we encountered more than two other people. The least touristy thing we did and it was a good place to get away from the attractions for a bit. Make note, out-of-staters, they charge $11 per car per day to park."
  • Dominique Sheehama posted 17 days ago
    "Mirror Lake was angry nice destination for a day trip. We were out if state so there was $11 charge fir the day. I personally went there to kayak admit is nice because the whole lake is a no wake zone. The docking area was fine and they had kayaks and paddle boarding available for rentals if you are interested. The bathrooms, like any state park, were disgusting but a minor infraction in my eyes. They had small beach area with sand and plenty of tables if you wanted to eat. Although we did not camo they was a fairly large campground there as well. Overall I was very happy and would visit soon, plus the landscape is beautiful with lots of tress I'm sure it will be breathtaking when the leaves begin to change. The only com I could see is Thatcher lake in general is not that large. "
  • Thomas Kroll posted 4 days ago
    "We explored the lake in Kayaks over two days. Wonderful cliff scenery and abundant wildlife. A great place to commune with nature."
  • David Harmon posted 7 days ago
    "Came here because devil's Lake was full. Glad because this is nicer. Cough up the money and rent a canoe to explore the lake. It's amazing."