Frog Bay Tribal National Park is located in Wisconsin’s Red Cliff Reservation in Bayfield County. It was recently established as of 2011 and is known for its conservation area and pristine beaches. Frog Bay Tribal National Park is on the west shores of Lake Superior along state highway 13. State Park features beaches, parks, forests, trails and scenic vistas. Frog Bay Tribal National park is spread out over 180 acres and is known for being a part of the larger Frog Creek Conservation Management Area (300 acres). The conservation area that helps to protect tribal lands in the watershed. This National Park has stunning beaches and amazing boreal forests.