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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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  • Ben Cedarberg posted 27 days ago
    "This is a small State Park with few amenities but some nice hiking and of course the beautiful Natural Bridge. The parking lot is easy to spot from the road and has plenty of space for the amount of traffic this park gets. There are restrooms but the toilets are rustic. The hike to the Natural Bridge is only a third of a mile and is moderately rigorous with some Steep inclines and stairs."
  • Joseph Coelho posted 6 days ago
    "An interesting rock formation surrounded by trees. Visitors are not allowed to walk on the bridge. But it certainly is a sight not to miss! One can easily visit the Natural Bridge State Park and then head to Devils Lake and spend more time there."
  • Carol Geiger posted 1 month ago
    "We had a lovely hike in the woods and fields. The natural bridge is just a short hike into the woods but you can extend your walk on other trails. There is no picnic area but there is a grassy area for a blanket."
  • Jeremy Kieler posted 3 months ago
    "Very secluded, but nice, however the bathroom could use a visit by the DNR. Signs need work. Maintenance needs to be done on the trails. I would like to see more Native American Information provided. Definitely worth a visit if you want to see a place that isn't traveled often and off the beaten path a bit. I will be revisiting again with my family."
  • Kl Lk posted 2 months ago
    "Nice little state park. The arch is pretty unique for the midwest. Probably wouldn't recommend this park as a destination of its own accord, but it's a nice sidetrek from Devil's Lake or other area destinations. Very good chance of seeing deer if you hike around in this park."