Kinnickinnic State Park
|Kinnickinnic State Park|
|Wisconsin State Park|
|Area||1,242 acres (503 ha)|
|Management||Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources|
|IUCN category||V - Protected Landscape/Seascape|
Kinnickinnic State Park is a 1,242-acre (503 ha) Wisconsin state park in which the Kinnickinnic River joins the St. Croix River. The mouth of the Kinnickinnic River forms a sandy delta upon which boaters can picnic and camp.
Wildlife that frequent Kinnickinnic State Park include whitetail deer, raccoons, mink, grey and red fox, and beavers. Over 140 species of birds visit the Kinnickinnic Valley.
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