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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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  • Jake Putz posted 2 months ago
    "Short hike up and the rock formations are worth the stop. Simple... And usually quiet..."
  • Jenni Weirup posted 1 month ago
    "Only the bridge is nice to see and the outlook is all trees. Quick hike."
  • Scott Ditzman posted 6 months ago
    "We happened upon the sign while traveling around the area on a mini vacation. Decided, even with the snow and ice which occures the night before, to take a walk back and see the bridge. Was very glad we did. View was spectacular. Will be back when the weather is warmer to take a better look. "
  • Isaac Olson posted 6 months ago
    "Small park with some good trails and geocaches. The trails were muddy but that's to be expected in March and we came prepared. A few trail forks didn't have maps. Take a drive down the nearby rustic roads!"
  • Lauri Portz posted 4 months ago
    "Tiny remote Park. Several nice hikes uphill but not strenuous. Trails are not well posted but nit too difficult to figure out."