Camping sites are available by reservation only. The park is also equipped for RV parking and has an on-site RV dump area for waste removal. During the summer season, there are also vendors selling different food and beverage items to hungry and thirsty travelers. This much-loved park space also offers on-site bathroom facilities for use by the public. There are also picnic benches and sun shelters to provide a place to relax and enjoy a meal away from the hot summer sun.
Potawatomi State Park also offers many different activities for children to enjoy. On the park grounds, you will find both a nature center and playground for your children's amusement. There is also a lookout tower which affords awe-inspiring views of up to 16 miles away; however, the tower is currently closed with no date forecast for a future re-opening. Though Potawatomi State Park is indeed a dog-friendly park, park officials request that all dogs visiting the property remain on a lead at all times.
Poop bags are not provided on site, but park officials mandate the proper pickup and prompt disposal of any canine waste materials to help preserve the integrity of this beautiful park. Though there are no official rules governing the use of this park, it is always wise for your pet to be current on all vaccinations and to bear the appropriate required state license tag. To keep Fido well-hydrated, bring bottled water and an appropriate drinking vessel to help him enjoy a midday water break. Access to this public park is free of charge; however, all campsites must be reserved in advance and are fee-based.
For your next great outdoor adventure in Wisconsin, consider a trip to Potawatomi State Park!