UNDATED (WSAU) Eighteen Wisconsin state parks are adding electricity to a number of their campsites. The state D-N-R says it’s part of a $7-million plan to improve over 200 publicly-owned sites around the state.
Work is underway on 66 new or improved campsites with electricity at 11 state parks. Those parks are Big Foot Beach, Blue Mound, Bong, Buckhorn, Hartman Creek, Interstate, Kegonsa, Kohler-Andrae, Point Beach, Rocky Arbor, and Roche-a-Cri. Seven other state parks expect to get almost 340 new-or-improved electrical camp-sites beginning in the fall. Those parks are Devil’s Lake, High Cliff, Peninsula, Wildcat Mountain, Kettle Moraine North-and-South, and Yellowstone Lake.