About the Park

Park History

Hellestad House

Teepee

Geology

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Hartman Creek State Park is a 1400 acre park located in central Wisconsin between Stevens Point and Waupaca on Highway 54. The eastern part of the park lies on gently rolling ground moraine and pitted outwash where the receding glacier deposited rocks, and where flowing rivers from the melting glacier deposited layers of gravel and sand.

There are about 10 miles of hiking trails through the park. The trails go through prairies, forests and circle the two main lakes - Hartman and Allen - in the park. Some trails, such as the Dike Trail around Hartman Lake are relatively flat, and others such as the Deer Trail around Allen Lake are hilly. The park also has 12 miles of off-road biking trails, and 3 miles of the Ice Age Trails wind through the park.


Geographic coordinates are 44° 19' 48.0" N, 89° 12' 50.43" W.

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