December 10, 2011
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I prefer to bring my own food since I am vegan, gluten-free and soy-free. I like a fully shaded, quiet campsite, so individual sites work best for me, but I would enjoy a group in an alcohol-free campsite setting. Any other lacto-vegetarians or vegans in the group?
Less than a one day drive is best.
Tent camping, non-electric with showers is preferred.
http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/parks/specific/yellowstone/ There is a lake and has trails. Yellowstone State Park, Wisconsin has over 4000 brown bats, which helps to control the mosquitoes. http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/parks/specific/yellowstone/nature.html whitetail deer, wild turkey, groundhog, fox and grey squirrel, cottontail rabbit. Over 170 species of birds: Bald eagles, osprey, common loon, and the double crested cormorant - spring & fall migration. Waterfowl, including wood ducks, mallards and Canadian geese, use the lake during migration. Sandhill cranes have been observed and raise their young here; great blue heron is common. Camping open 1st week of April. You can reserve a site up to 11 months ahead of time online, or call toll free (888)[masked], TTY (800) 274-7275. Go there after hunting season.
Hello. Thank you for letting me join the group.