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 white-tailed deer, raccoons, minks, gray and red foxes, and beavers. Over 140 species of birds visit the Kinnickinnic Valley.
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