Welcome to Kemp Outside’s complete guide to Wildcat Mountain State Park in Ontario Wisconsin!
Wildcat Mountain State Park in Ontario, Wisconsin is an awesome place to visit. The campground offers several different options for campsites, including sites for RVs and camper trailers, car campers and walk in tent sites. The campground amenities are nice and clean. The park even provides really nice carts for each walk in site! To book your next campsite at this park, visit the Wisconsin DNR website for this park and check out the video above for our campground review!
There is plenty to see and do at Wildcat Mountain! From camping to hiking, an equestrian campground and plenty of back country trails to ride horses, or floating and fishing the Kickapoo River, this park has it all! This park is part of the Driftless Area of Wisconsin, which is an area of the state that was not covered by glaciers. The lack of glaciers left a beautiful landscape of rolling hills and valleys. The overlooks at this park are amazing, no matter what time of year you go! Check out our park overview video above to see more about this fantastic park!
Hiking Ice Cave Trail is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon in Wildcat Mountain State Park. Ice Cave Trail is a short, simple trail and is a wonderful hike for people of all ages! In fact, trails like this are perfect for families with young children. While maybe not able to complete the whole trail, people with mobility issues could surely tackle the first section of trail that travels along Billings Creek. This part of the trail is level, wide and covered with a firm layer of small gravel. Learn more!