Point Beach State Forest
Point Beach State Forest features 3,000 acres of forest and six miles of Lake Michigan Shoreline. We offer 127 family campsites, 2 remote campsites for Kayak or Ice Age Trail adventurers, rustic cabins (Ketchbaw-14 or Coenen-16 people) and a large outdoor group camp with a capacity of 60 guests. A popular feature within the property is the Rawley Point Lighthouse, which has been operated by the U.S. Coast Guard since 1853. Outdoor fun for all: Rawley Point bike trail (5 mi), hiking trails: Ridges Tail (71/4 mi featuring the Red-Blue-Yellow Loops), Swales nature trail (1/2 mi), Red Pine Trail (3.1 mi), Ice Age Trail (5 mi), Horseback riding Trail (2.3 mi), hunting, snowmobiling and cross country skiing. Three lakeside picnic areas provide picnic tables, grills, water, restrooms, playground, volleyball court and spectacular views of Lake Michigan. We welcome pets in our pet friendly beach area. Three state natural areas are: Wilderness Ridge, Two creeks Buried Forest, and Point Beach Ridges that feature many species of birds and wildlife.
Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241