(WAY)POINTS OF INTEREST
Use your GPS to find these unique places within Wild River State Park.
Remember, always stay on designated trails!
These are ‘virtual’ caches and do not lead to a cache box.
Sunsets at Sunrise*
Arrow Line Railway
Ice Breaker Islands*
N 45 32.618
W 92 43.990
Nevers Logging Dam
A Prairie Restored!*
A Vanished Forest*
*Sunsets at Sunrise
This beautiful view is a snapshot of the
Sunrise River; a tributary to the St. Croix.
Who Was Here?
*Ice Breaker Islands
These man-made islands were used to
break the river’s ice to avoid breaking
Nevers Dam (just south) which was in
operation from 1889-1912.
*A Vanished Forest
Take a walk back in time under the
towering pines that remain in the park.
Busy as a Beaver*
*A Prairie Restored
Once heavily farmed fields, this overlook
shows you the diversely restored Amador
Prairie of Wild River State Park.
*Busy as a Beaver
Stop here to spot North America’s largest
rodents– or at least their work in progress.