The following information is from the Parks and Recreation department of city of Superior Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Point, along with Minnesota Point, reportedly make up the largest freshwater sandbar in the world.
- 203 acres, with 2 3/4 miles of beach
- Bird watching, hiking, beach use, and duck hunting
- Watchable Wildlife area
- Historical marker for a sacred Chippewa burial ground
- Superior entry lighthouse
Important Items to Note
- Motor vehicle traffic and parking is prohibited between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. on Wisconsin Point Road, including any parking areas, beyond Lot #1, except during the spring smelt run season as defined by the Parks and Recreation Department
- Glass beverage containers are prohibited
- Fires may not be started closer than ten (10) feet from the nearest plant life
- Camping is not allowed between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., except during the spring smelt run
- Horseback riding is not allowed on Wisconsin Point (see the Superior Municipal Forest page)
Click here for a trail map of Wisconsin Point.