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George Wyth State Park

Facilities like picnicking, shelters and lodging make summertime water recreation activities very feasible at scenic George Wyth State Park. Its a very popular picnic spot. Three open shelters near the river here and also at close by Fisher Lake makes it an attractive summer-time destination.

The park is unique in that it has several water areas. You have Brinker Lake with 120 acres that is open for power boating. George Wyth Lake has 75 acres and its a no wake lake with handicap accessible fishing pier and fishing jetty's. Fisher Lake is a 40 acres natural lake while Alice Wyth Lake has 60 acres water surface and facilities for electric motors only. Additionally you have the Cedar River!

Sailboating and windsurfing are popular activities. George Wyth beach is one of the most popular swimming spots in the area. The lakes and river provides anglers a variety of fish in a very scenic natural setting. Boat ramps are available on the river and lakes.

The Cedar Valley Paddlers Trail is an exciting looped trail. It starts at Fisher Lake in George Wyth. All four lakes in George Wyth, Cedar River, and two lakes at Hartman Reserve Nature Center make up the trail. All of 10 miles with 1.6 miles of portaging and 8.4 miles of water. This does change however as per the current water level situations.

With expansive woodland abundant with many varieties of wildlife this place has many campgrounds. You have 69 camping units with modern showers, rest rooms and a trailer dump station.

Bird-watchers have observed more than 200 different species and white-tailed deer. Visitors take a break from routine lives to savor outdoor recreation in a natural setting. You have here one of the most popular swimming spots in the area.