It’s the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service this year, so it’s only natural that destinations all over the country are jumping on the bandwagon, including the Dells. In homage to that anniversary and Earth Day, we offer these ideas for your next Dells visit: Hike a leg of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail which follows the last advance of the glacier at Devil’s Lake State Park. While not a national park, the Wisconsin River with its sandstone cliffs is a national treasure and there are boat tours galore to choose from. Another option is to rent a kayak or canoe from Dells Watersports: Full Service Marina & Boat Rentals. A paddle on Mirror Lake will leave you feeling serene and in awe of this planet. International Crane Foundation is an eco-treasure, the only place in the world where you can see all 15 species of cranes.
We also invite you to visit these Travel Green Wisconsin certified businesses that are doing their part to tread a little more lightly on the planet: Chimney Rock Park Zip Line Tours – Vertical Illusions, H.H. Bennett Studio, Bowman’s Oak Hill Bed and Breakfast, LLC, Glacier Canyon Lodge at the Wilderness, Holiday Inn Express, Sundara Inn & Spa, Wilderness on the Lake, Arrowhead Resort Campground, Dells Timberland Camping Resort, Yogi Bear™ Camp-Resort & Water Playground, Moosejaw Pizza & Dells Brewing Co., and Bekah Kate’s (Kitchens, Kids & Home).