Copper Falls State Park located in Mellen in Wisconsin’s Ashland County was originally established as of 1929, covers over 3000 acres, and is known for its stunning northern waterfalls. This State Park is on the southern shores of Lake Superior along State Highway 13. The park features amazing scenic views that are remembered by many as they continue their journey around the lake. Some of the main things to do include being active within the park and exploring through paddling, hiking, fishing, geocaching, and swimming.
The park is all season and offers accommodations for winter camping as well as any other time of year. Some of the facilities available are large picnic areas, an accessible boat launch, and many great camping options. Such as the park offers group camping, modern sites, tenting sites, and cabins for rent with wheelchair accessibility. Most campsites are in a forest setting with access by way of road. They are perfect for all ages, individual campers, group camping, or for family fun.
Copper Falls State Park is open all year, seven days a week, mostly 7 am to 11 pm.