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Came here on a weekday to find a geocache and chase some waterfalls. Was absolutely amazed at the beauty of this park which included three waterfalls, very nice trails, and beautifully paved walk areas and bridges. The fence structure was magnificent as well.
This is a gem in northern Wisconsin. We did the 2.5 hour drive north to enjoy the fall colors and check out this place that we heard about a few years ago. It rained on the entire drive and throughout our 2 hour visit to...More
Copper Falls State Park in north central Wisconsin is beautiful for a fall color trip. The bright yellows and reds from maple, aspen and oak trees really 'pop', and make for a photographer's dream. We took a group of Boy Scouts and camped at the...More
We stopped by mid-week so there were few people. This is a gorgeous state park and the waterfalls are amazing! We stopped by a few other falls on this trip but they were not as spectacular as all of the falls in this park. The...More
We visited the park on a Wednesday, so while there were a few people there, it definitely felt like we had the park to ourselves. We did the Doughboy loop, which was a 1.7 mile hike around the falls. It wasn't too rigorous, but the...More
We hiked the major trails and the are easy navigate and hike on. The falls are amazing, and they have great look outs to see the falls in their entirety. We spent an afternoon here and didn't come close to seeing everything.
Visiting from the Pacific Northwest, I was pleasantly surprised!! Did the Doughboy hike (1.7 mile loop) today. Great trail through the woods with beautiful waterfalls! What a gem! Really nice little walk!
The park is well-maintained and the signage to direct visitors to and around the Brownstone Falls and Copper Falls is informative. We especially liked the older pathways built by the men who served in WWI. Today, along the pathways there are several modern platforms to...More
Great hikes with falls after falls. A fair amount of up and down...some people along the trail remarked that breaks were necessary, so be aware of that if you have a tough time with stairs or don't usually hike. Lots of great views during a...More