Spirits of Wyalusing State Park

The Spirits of Wyalusing Past is an annual event sponsored by the Friends of Wyalusing.  The free event is held on the last Saturday of September
Interesting, colorful, historical tid-bits of the area are presented by 'Spirits of Wyalusing Past'. The spirits are located near a 500 foot bluff, overlooking the night lights of Prairie du Chien, and the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers.
Participants will need to be able to walk about 0.5 miles along a path lit by torches and hand-carved, lighted pumpkins. The pathway includes a few steps. Guides will walk along with each group lending assistance when needed.
A silent auction featuring quality hand-made items will also be held during the event. Included are one-of-a-kind, hand-made quilt with photos from Wyalusing State Park. Free refreshments are served at the conclusion of the event.
Wyalusing use funds raised from the event to assist with park projects as well as the Friends of Wyalusing Endowment fund. For more information, call the park office at (609)996-2261 with questions or visit the Friends of Wyalusing web site at www.wyalusing.org. This event may be postponed or cancelled due to inclement weather. Last year's Spirits of Wyalusing Past was attended by over 250 people.
Wyalusing State Park is located in south western Wisconsin. For more information or to make a donation, please visit http://www.wyalusingfriends.org or call the Park Office at (609)996-2261