Wildcat Mountain State Park
On a steep ridge overlooking the scenic Kickapoo River Valley, Wildcat Mountain State Park offers hiking trails with spectacular views and camping for families, groups, and horseback riders. Canoe the Kickapoo River in your own canoe or rent one in Ontario.
The park's 3,603 acres, mostly wooded, contain 25.8 miles of trails. The CD-Rom offers a review of the campground, with photos of six of the recommended campsites. Included is a printable map of the Park, with photos of the Hemlock Trail, the Kickapoo River, Mount Pisgah, Billings Creek along the Ice Cave Trail and the picnic area and cave at the park, the scenic Observation Point, the canoe landing, and a canoe campsite in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. There is information about the park's hiking trails, Horsetrail Campground, Group Camp, Cross-country Ski Trails, canoeing on the Kickapoo River, fishing and wildlife, and the geology of the "Driftless Area" around Wildcat Mountain. There is also information about other nearby attractions such as the Kickapoo Valley Reserve, La Crosse River State Trail, Elroy-Sparta State Trail, and the 400 Trail.
Rock Formation Along the Hemlock Trail