A bridge spanning a ravine in Frog Bay Tribal National Park.

Details

Last updated on Monday, October 8, 2018. Please use the contact information below for the most up to date information.

Category:Nature

Audience:Grades PK-12

Cost:Free

Phone:(715)779-3750

Email:chad.abel@redcliff-nsn.gov

Address

92060-, 92070 Frog Bay Road
Bayfield, WI 54814

About

Frog Bay Tribal National Park is the first tribal national park in the United States. All of the almost 300-acre park’s infrastructure – the trail system, interpretive signs, bridges, and comfort station – was developed through careful planning by tribal staff. The park protects the lower estuary and mouth of Frog Creek and further restored former reservation lands to tribal ownership.

The park is open to both tribal members and the general public, but part of the conservation area is only open to designated uses by Red Cliff tribal members. Use park maps to ensure you are in visitor designated areas. Also, please practice “leave no trace” principles while enjoying the park’s natural beauty.

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