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North Shore Landing Boat Ramp at Devil's Lake State Park

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04/01 - 10/31

Boat landing includes a ramp into Devil's Lake. There are 2 launch lanes that are paved, with a launch depth of 3 feet. No boarding dock is present. There are more than 25 vehicle stalls

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  • Nick Giffin posted 8 days ago
    "I've hiked here a handful of times. The bluff trails have some fairly steep climbs, especially the Balanced Rock trail. The views from the bluffs are worth the climbs, though. The beaches will be full of people on nice summer weekends but aren't crowded away from summer. While the bluff trails will be busy on summer weekends, the other trails aren't as heavily used, and it's possible to have a quiet hike on these trails even in summer. Trails are well maintained and well signed. It's a great place to spend a day. "
  • Holly Asbach posted 11 days ago
    "One of my favorite places to camp in Wisconsin! Sites are always clean, most have great forest coverage so it doesn't get too hot. Check-in for the camp sites is quick and easy. You can buy firewood right at the entrance of the State Park (we paid 4 bundles for $22). Book your campsites far in advance for the summer, as all campsites usually sell out fast! For Summer 2017, I booked mine back in Feb 2017."
  • Linda Chickering posted 5 days ago
    "This is the best state park in Wisconsin. It's super crowded on summer weekends and especially holiday weekends, so plan to get there early if you want to park. In the off season you can have the whole park to yourself, especially if you like to hike in winter - just be careful! The autumn color season and early spring are very nice times to go and enjoy the park, as well."
  • Kate-Lyn Capelli posted 25 days ago
    "Beautiful spot! Probably one of my favorite outdoor areas in Wisconsin. Hiking, swimming, climbing, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding, cooking out, laying out and soaking up the sun, are just a few of the options available here. They have water sport things for rent on the beach and a small (expensive) food stand- but it's better if you bring a picnic for the cook out spots. A place you could easily spend a day, if not more."
  • Kateri Ambrow posted 2 months ago
    "This might be the best lake/campground in the US! It's exceptional because the water is free from fuel-powered boats, all of the paths are well maintained without feeling commercialized, and there are no (noticeable) mosquitoes due to a large bat population. Camp site reservations sell out quickly for June/July/August. This place is a gem! There's plenty to do for 7 days, including options for highly athletic people (rock-climbing, sailing) or people wanting to sit and watch the world go by. There are canoe rentals available. The bluffs that flank the mile-long, half-mile-wide lake were made by glaciers and offer beautiful views at their summits. The water is so clean! Summer swimming is very pleasant. The North shore pavilion has a nice dance floor with weekend ballroom dancing. There are ample concessions during the day. The campground offers a variety of sites including those without electricity. Each group of campgrounds has bathrooms with showers. This place seldom feels crowded; but one needs to plan ahead if going during peak times. The parking lot will fill."