High Cliff State Park

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Woman and dog walking at High Cliff State Park between Karst Pinnacles

N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood, WI 54169
(920) 989-1106

One visit and you’ll understand why this is one of the state’s most highly utilized parks! High Cliff is situated high above the water on the Niagara Escarpment, a large limestone arc stretching through Niagara Falls and into Canada. Enjoy cliff faces, wooded areas with hiking and equestrian trails, spectacular lake vistas, and beautiful sunsets. Learn about famed leader Chief Redbird, the limestone village that once stood in the park, or visit the effigy mounds found in the park. Amenities include a swimming area in the lower park, showers, firewood sales, a concession store, and bustling marina. At the park, you are in within a short walking distance to golf, food, and ice cream.

Bring your RV, camper, or tent and experience the park beyond an afternoon visit. There are 112 family campsites, 32 of which have electric and 8 group sites. An accessible cabin for people with disabilities is also available May through mid-October. The cabin can accommodate up to 6 people and can be rented for a maximum of 4 nights per year. 

Park stickers for vehicles are also required to enter the park. Prices are as follows: a daily sticker for a Wisconsin resident is $8.00, annual resident stickers are $28.00, senior citizen (65+) is $13.00. Non-Wisconsin resident daily stickers are $11.00 and non-Wisconsin resident annual stickers are $38.00.

Please see detailed park map below.

High Cliff Map2