It’s hard to deny all the talk, so we have come up with our Coronavirus: Wisconsin State Parks Tips for your family. We love our Wisconsin state parks, county park, city parks, forests, trails…you name it! Heck yes we love adventuring with our kids, but with everything that has been taking place not just here in Wisconsin, but around the world…we need to all be smart.
We continue to see a lot of people showing up to public parks, but we as a family have decided we are laying low and won’t be visiting over any weekends until this is all over.
We encourage you to still adventure if you are feeling 100% well, but please avoid them during peak times (like going after work on a week day). If you do adventure, pay the park fee! Better yet, order your park pass. Sales go directly to support the operations of Wisconsin state parks, forests, recreational areas, and trails. You can purchase yours here, if you haven’t already.
As most of the admission during this time at self-registration and e-pay stations. Most of the buildings at Wisconsin State parks most likely will be closed, but they are trying to keep at least one restroom facility open at each park given there are enough resources, cleaning supplies, and access to personal protective equipment for staff to maintain them. (This came directly from WI DNR’s post). Make sure to get the most current information from their website, you can read it here.
No worries guys, these beautiful state parks and properties will be there for you to enjoy when you are feeling better. We know that looking at some of Wisconsin’s beautiful landscapes can feel like a bit of escape if you can’t get out to experience in person. So make sure to follow our instagram page (here) for more inspiration, watch some of our videos (here) or check out more of our hiking posts (here).