Brunet Island State Park Campground
Camp on an island in the Chippewa River. The Chippewa River is an historic waterway, used for travel by Wisconsin’s first peoples long before voyageurs, loggers, and settlers arrived in Chippewa Valley. Over seven miles of hiking trails course across Brunet Island and the adjoining mainland. Old-growth hemlock trees tower over the Jean Brunet Nature Trail and along parts of the Timber Trail. The Nordic Trail makes a 2.8-mile loop on the “mainland.” Bikers often pedal the paved park roads. A one mile paved bike trail connects to the 20-mile Old Abe State Trail. This trail was named for an eagle used in the Civil War as a mascot for troops from Wisconsin.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Campsites||69 individual sites|
|Season||Year-round; water from spring to fall|
|Camp Elevation||1,025 ft|
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