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We are proud to introduce you to Point Beach State Forest, a truly unique slice of paradise on the lakeshore in North East Wisconsin.  With more than 2,900 acres of forest and beach, Point Beach offers 127 family campsites, two indoor group cabins and an outdoor group campsite.  There are numerous picnic areas with tables, grills, water, concession stand, playgrounds and restrooms.  Point Beach also has 11 miles of hiking/skiing trails and a self guided half mile nature trail. Summer programs are scheduled at the Nature Center in the Lodge Building.



News:

Saturday October 5th the Friends of Point Beach State Forest, and the US Coast Guard are working together to open the Rawley Point Lighthouse Keeper's House for self guided tours! Join us between 10am and 4pm to get a glimpse of the Keeper's house, and learn a little about the Lighthouse. Donations will be accepted, but there is no cost to tour the Keeper's house. Standard daily/yearly park admission rates have been waived for the event thanks to park staff. 


Board of Directors
Recently a number of our board members have stepped down, which leaves us a little short handed. If you have just a few hours a month, and would be interested in supporting our favorite park, contact us at info@friendsofpointbeach.org or call our Board President Cory Ripley at 920-242-9024 for more information. We hold our board meetings at the park the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Feel free to drop in!


If you'd like to help out at an event, or become a member, please contact us!



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