Fall in Big Bay State Park – Discover Wisconsin

“It’s been called one of Wisconsin’s loveliest North Woods settings: Big Bay State Park on Madeline Island, the largest and most accessible of the Apostle Islands. The park was established in 1963 on 2,400 acres of lakeside property.

Madeline Island’s distinctive natural characteristics—sandstone bluffs, caves, and a sandy beach of more than a mile long—are windswept remnants left behind from four glaciers that carved the landscape over 100,000 years. Once home to missionaries and Ojibwe and European fur traders, the island has a rustic charm not often found at other great escapes.”

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