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Created 26-Oct-15
Modified 10-Aug-20
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Amnicon Falls State Park features a series of delightful waterfalls and rapids along the Amnicon River. You can view them from a covered foot bridge or trails along the river, or—if you're sure-footed—from the rocky shore of the river. The park is a place to picnic, camp, walk in the woods, and learn about the Douglas Fault, the geological formation that created the falls.
Derived from the Ojibway words "where fish spawn", the Amnicon River is one of the major streams on the south shore of Lake Superior.Today, it is still an important spawning river for fish from the world's largest fresh water lake.

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Keywords:State Park, Wisconsin, forest, north, outdoors, river, scenic, waterfalls

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