Explore Twin Falls, WI

Wisconsin Twin Falls Park

  • Activities:

    Photography, Hiking

  • Skill Level:

    Beginner

  • Season:

    Spring, Summer, Autumn

  • Trail Type:

    Out-and-Back

  • RT Distance:

    0.5 Miles

Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Waterfall

A quick and easy hike to a hidden cavern and a unique little waterfall.

It’s located on Highway 13 on the outskirts of Port Wing, WI. If you are coming from the west, you’ll see a sign on your right for the park. This will be before you get to the town of Port Wing.  If you are coming from the East on Highway 13, you will pass through the town and it’s shortly after it on your left.

There’s an observation deck to view the falls off to the left. I recommend taking the trail to the right to the lower falls and go down to Larson creek and follow trails up creek until you get to the lower falls. You’ll cross the creek a few times, but you should be able to stay dry. It’s a slow moving creek for the most part. Bring bug spray since the water doesn’t move much, mosquitoes love this area! 

Pack List

  • Bug Spray
  • Camera
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Easily accessible from Hwy 13. Usually not a very large flow of water.

11 months ago
11 months ago

Stephanie Windschill

I'm a Web Developer, Photographer, Travel Lover and Bigfoot Believer from Minnesota, eh! =)

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