“the highest point in Wisconsin”
At 1,951 feet above sea level, Timm's Hill is the highest point in Wisconsin. At this scenic park you can climb the observation tower for a 30-mile view of the vast Northwoods. To the south you'll look down on placid Bass Lake and High Point Village Resort 160 feet below. Amenities include a boat landing, fishing pier, picnic tables, grills, swimming beach, play equipment, reservable shelter w/ electric, pressure water from mid-April to mid-October, vaulted toilets, and nearby trails for mountain biking, hiking, hunting, horseback riding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. The trails are multi-use and non-motorized, including 9 miles of looping trails near Timm's Hill County Park which connect to the National Ice Age Trail and Rib Lake Trails. Timm's Hill can also be accessed in the winter via a snowmobile/winter ATV & UTV trail and cross-country ski/snowshoe trail. The park is located on Rustic Road 62.
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Timm's Hill County Park
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