The 3,740 acre Wildcat Mountain State Park is in the driftless, unglaciated area of western Wisconsin. Flowing alongside the park is the paddler friendly, Kickapoo River. “Kickapoo” comes from the Algonquin Indians, meaning “he who goes there, then here.” The Kickapoo River meanders for 125 miles over 65 miles of distance. Views from the mountain top lookouts to the valley below, are spectacular. There are 30 family campsites, with some on the mountain’s edge. The three group campsites can accommodate up to 75 people. A separate campground for equestrians is in the northern part of the park. It has 24 sites and 15 miles of trails. Slide show and photographs copyright 2008, Creative Juice LLC.
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