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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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  • Laura Satterly posted 12 days ago
    "The area was beautiful and the staff very friendly and accommodating. Our dissatisfaction came from not realizing that our cottage would be a duplex. We had anticipated a private get-a-way with our family. In addition, we could not find a parking space near our cottage, and the firewood that was supposed to have been provided for us was not available. We believe the people occupying the other side of the duplex took the firewood before we arrived. We do plan to return to Natural Bridge, but we will make certain to be informed fully about the arrangements of our cottage."
  • Carson Weber posted 1 day ago
    "The hike was lovely. Part of the trail had a nice little stream along side it. The trail was well maintained. The trail from under the bridge to on top of the bridge was a super narrow cut through two rocks; it was fun for our kids to scoot through."
  • imatree100 posted 2 months ago
    "The park is beautiful and the trails are challenging but well worth it. The cottages are nice but the service could be better in regards to maid service and supplies stocked. Some utilities could use updating and there could be some pillows on the couch because the couch arms are hard and not fun to lean against without pillows. Also, the floors are cold during the winter, an area rug in the main room would be nice. Otherwise, the cottages have a nice woodsy feel complete with wood paneling and a functional fireplace."
  • Matt Cuz posted 20 days ago
    "We have an annual family reunion near this state park, and our family stays at the lodge during the reunion. It is an older facility, but the customer service is typically great. The park itself has fantastic facilities and hiking trails. We enjoy the family options at this park,and besides the time when the rooms had bed bugs, we usually have a great, uneventful stay."
  • Mark posted 2 months ago
    "Nice clean park with beautiful views. Take your camera. The Sky Lift is a great ride and a little spooky as it gets steep towards the top. When your on the bridge and look out point there are no railings and it's long drop. Only negative is the bathrooms are in need of a remodel."