Posted February 05, 2019 09:24:50 The National Park Services announced Thursday that it will open its third state park within its existing territory in Silverwoods, Wis., and that its first park will be located within the boundaries of the park system.
The state park will also be managed in partnership with the National Park Foundation.
It is the first of three parks slated for Silverwood to open this year.
The other two are at Silver Woods State Park and Lake Wisconsin.
The Park Service said the Silverwood park will include areas that were never opened as parks.
The park will offer opportunities for wildlife observation, a large variety of natural habitats, and opportunities for camping, fishing, hunting, picnicking and hiking.
The Park Service also said the park will provide a natural habitat for birds and other wildlife that can be found in many other parks.
The Silverwood parks will also have a large park-like facility with several large pavilions.
The Silverwood pavilion will be home to several different species of wildlife, including bears, mountain lions, raccoons, deer, and a wide variety of wildlife that have not previously been seen in the area.
More information about the parks opening is available on the park’s website.