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Natural Bridge State Park



04/01 - 10/31

Natural Bridge and Rockshelter contains the largest natural bridge known in Wisconsin, created by wind erosion and weathering of the sandstone. The arch measures 25 feet in width and 15 feet in height on its inside dimensions. From Leland, go east on County C one mile to the park entrance. A hiking trail leads north from the parking area and loops through the site. The park is open 6:00am - 8:00pm. Pets, food, and beverage are not allowed in the natural area. A State Park sticker is required.



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  • Craig Johnson posted 10 days ago
    "Very nice park. Trails are easy (compared to other parts of KY). Natural bridge has great views. Recommend taking the original trail then deciding if you want to go further. But one note; if you want to go from under the arch to the top there is a stairway. However, skip the extra pancake at breakfast because it is extremely narrow :("
  • Murrell Kinkade posted 1 month ago
    "The location of the Park is wonderful. A beautiful, wild and rugged area. A place to enjoy nature and heal any inner turmoil. The lodge here is old and quite dated but has been rehabbed fairly well. The restaurant serves good, hearty food. All in all a great place for hiking, rock climbing and eating."
  • Aaron White posted 1 month ago
    "Fantastic Location. That's the most important part about this hotel. Right next to natural bridge and all the action. The service was decent and so were the rooms. Breakfast was not included, but it was pretty good for 9 dollars (typical southern breakfast fare). I would recommend it and go there again."
  • Sophia Musgrave posted 1 month ago
    "Beautiful area we missed the sky lift, too much rain but it would have been amazing. Took Original trail to natural bridge from behind lodge, it was flat but had lots of steps to climb. Very slick at points, do not recommend in rain. Very well maintained, lots of benches & lil gazebos. Not long. The bridge was pretty neat. My hubby braved narrow steps to top, it was pouring down like a waterfall & very deep on stairs so I did not go up. He said it was worth it. Would love to do lift if we return to the area."
  • Tanya Newmarch posted 1 month ago
    "This place was awesome! It takes some stamina to make it to the top for those who don't want to pay to ride the sky lift but well worth it! Absolutely beautiful. Great for all ages, our 9 year old climbed faster then we did."