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Brule River State Forest

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The Brule River, a premier trout stream, drops 328 feet from its headwaters to the shore of Lake Superior. Enjoy exciting whitewater canoeing, kayaking, and fishing as well as camping and wilderness solitude. Hiking and nature trails in the summer offer cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter.

Location: 6250 S Ranger Road, Brule Wisconsin 54820 Telephone 715-372-567

Other Wisconsin State Parks nearby:
(Superior) Aminicon Falls State Park
(Bayfield) Big Bay State Park
(Brule) Brule River State Forest
(Mellen) Copper Falls State Park

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