Yellowstone Lake State Park Trail Wisconsin

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One of a few lakes in southwestern Wisconsin, 450-acre Yellowstone Lake State Park is a popular year-round recreation area that offers visitors ample … See more

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Jun 25, 2023
My friend and I spent a morning kayaking on the lake and it was lovely! The boat launch was easy to access both going into and getting out of the water. The lake is clean and it wasn't too crowded wi… Full review by 787lynnef
Jul 26, 2022
Most of the sites are spacious and secluded. I would not recommend for small children, due to drop offs and poor visibility as you leave your site. The ground is covered in a mix of gravel and sticks… Full review by X1823BNamyl
Jul 4, 2021
Really spacious lots of electric sites. However one shower house for over a hundred sites is aweful. Your other choice is poorly maintained pit toliets. Most campgrounds u can ride ur bikes around t… Full review by Dawn S

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Can you reserve the pontoon in advance? How much does it cost?
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Not sure, but advise call park office directly. More than likely, they will know, or have a direct number for the re natal facility. 608-523-4427
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Answer by John S · Aug 3, 2018
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I went too your website and noticed the dam is closed for repair. Does this affect the swimming at the beach?
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No it doesn't. The swimming beach is completely open and accessible.
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Answer by SCOTT Z · Jul 11, 2018
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1) About how much does it cost to rent a kayak? 2) Are there fishing boat rentals & how much? 3) What are the best …
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1) About how much does it cost to rent a kayak? 2) Are there fishing boat rentals & how much? 3) What are the best fish to catch in mid June?
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The rental fees are very very cheap! They have a few fishing boats, paddle boats, and a pontoon. Also so row boats! We boated all day and spent about $25 that included the life …
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The rental fees are very very cheap! They have a few fishing boats, paddle boats, and a pontoon. Also so row boats! We boated all day and spent about $25 that included the life jackets! We always have good luck fishing by the dam and there are croppies, blue gill, tons of bass, and even a northern or two! There is a bait shop as well as an ice ream shop and the best fire wood at any state park we have found! Have fun!
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Answer by Emily B · Jan 19, 2015
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