We are the Friends of Point Beach State Forest, a non-profit organization formed in 1999.

We are incorporated with tax-exempt status.

The Friends of Point Beach is made up of members from the local communities surrounding the forest, as well as individuals, families, and organizations that wish to preserve the natural beauty of Point Beach State Forest for generations to come.

We are proud to introduce you to Point Beach State Forest, a truly unique slice of paradise on the lakeshore in North East Wisconsin.  With more than 2,900 acres of forest and beach, Point Beach offers 127 family campsites, two indoor group cabins and an outdoor group campsite.  There are numerous picnic areas with tables, grills, water, concession stand, playgrounds and restrooms.  Point Beach also has 11 miles of hiking/skiing trails and a self guided half mile nature trail.  Numerous Summer programs are scheduled at the Nature Center in the Lodge Building.

To get to Point Beach from Two Rivers, the nearest community, take County Highway O north about 4 miles; the entrance road will be on your right. From the north on Wisconsin Highway 42, take Manitowoc County Highway V east to County Highway O and go south about 2 miles; the entrance road will be on your left.

The forest is open year round. Day use areas are open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

Vehicle admission stickers are required. Hourly, daily, and annual stickers are available at the entrance station.

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