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Copper Falls State Park

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Copper Falls State Park is comprised of 2676-acres of ancient lava flows, deep gorges, and spectacular waterfalls. Located 2 miles northeast of Mellen, Copper Falls offers 54 regular campsites, a group camping area, backpack campsites, and a cabin for people with disabilities. The park has a shoreline with swimming beach and boat launch. There are 2 self-guided nature trails, 7 hiking trails, 8 mountain bike trails and 14 cross-country ski trails. Copper Falls drops 40 feet into the Bad River

Location: Route 1, Box 17AA, Mellen Wisconsin 54546 Telephone 715-274-5123

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

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