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Published on May 14, 2009
This island park near Cornell, WI is at the confluence of the Chippewa and Fisher rivers in northwest Wisconsin. It's just a short 30 minute drive from Chippewa Falls. The river area has many backwaters for paddling adventures. A trail head for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail is across the river. The Old Abe bicycle trail begins at the park, travels down river and ends 20 miles away at Lake Wissota State Park. The park has an additional 8 miles of hiking trails and 5 miles of cross country ski trails. Many of the 69 campsites have views of the water. 24 campsites have electricity and are clustered near the showers. The Civilian Conservation Corps built the log shelter in 1938 and the park was dedicated in 1940. This video includes the south campground, with the 24 campsites that have electrical hookups. Music copyright 2008 by Maury Smith. Slide show and photographs copyright 2008, Creative Juice LLC.