Get Your Perfect Selfie in Wisconsin State Parks

Travel Wisconsin and Wisconsin State Parks Install Selfie Stands in 10 Parks

MADISON — Looking for a beautiful backdrop to capture that special memory of you and your group of friends and family? Getting the best shot at Wisconsin’s most scenic locations just got easier. In time for the fall color season, Travel Wisconsin and Wisconsin State Parks teamed up to install selfie stands in 10 state parks.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to create an experience that gives people an easy way to capture a lifetime of memories and the beauty of our state parks,” Tourism Secretary Stephanie Klett.

Selfie Stand at Kohler-Andrae State Park
Selfie Stand at Kohler-Andrae State Park
Photo Credit: Wisconsin Department of Tourism

The stands are designed with smartphones in mind with platforms ready to hold any size or style of mobile device, allowing visitors to safely snap that coveted group photo in front of one of the park’s most popular views. The custom built signs instruct users how to set their smartphones on a shelf, which swivels from left to right 180 degrees and tilts upward 90 degrees, allowing users to create customizable angles to capture the best image.

The selfie stands are designed to hold smart phones.
The selfie stands are designed to hold smart phones.
Photo Credit: Wisconsin Department of Tourism

“These selfie stands are a great addition to some of Wisconsin’s most scenic state parks and we are very grateful to the Department of Tourism for providing another amenity for our park visitors,” said Wisconsin State Park System Director Ben Bergey. “Fall is one of the best times of year to visit state parks and we encourage our visitors to take advantage of these stands and share their experiences enjoying Wisconsin’s autumn scenery with friends, family and other fans of the Wisconsin State Park System.”

Selfie stands can be found in the following list, which includes the location and a brief description of the view that will be sure to earn lots of likes. Stands in Wyalusing and Pattison State Parks are wheelchair accessible. Visitors are encouraged to share their photo using #ScenicWisconsin or upload on See how visitors are already using the selfie stands here.

  • Amnicon Falls State Park: South Range, Sign Location: Just downstream from the covered bridge and lower falls; Picture View: Covered bridge and lower falls.
  • Big Bay State Park, La Pointe: Sign Location: At the end of the boardwalk leading to the beach; Picture View: Beach and bay area.
  • Devil’s Lake State Park, Baraboo: Sign Location: North Shore, 100 yards West of the Chateau; Picture View: Devil’s Lake.
  • Governor Dodge State Park, Dodgeville: Sign Location: Enee Point Picnic Area; Picture View: Enee Point rock face; *This will be erected by Sept. 29.
  • High Cliff State Park, Sherwood: Sign Location: At intersection of Red Bird Trail and Lower Cliff Road; Picture View: Cliff rock formation.
  • Interstate State Park, St. Croix Falls: Sign Location: Pothole Trail; Picture View: Dalles of the St. Croix River.
  • Kohler Andrae State Park, Sheboygan: Sign Location: Park at Lot #3, Sanderling Nature Center, Walk North on the cordwalk, Turn left at first “T” intersection, Stand on the Left;Picture View: Beach and dunes.
  • Pattison State Park, Superior: Sign Location: South overlook at Big Manitou Falls; Picture View: Big Manitou Falls.
  • Peninsula State Park, Fish Creek: Sign Location: Eagle Panorama; Picture View: Panorama of Eagle Bluff lookout.
  • Selfie Stand at Peninsula State Park in Door County
    Selfie Stand at Peninsula State Park in Door County
    Photo Credit: Wisconsin Department of Tourism
  • Wyalusing State Park, Bagley: Sign Location: Henneger Point; Picture View: Mississippi River valley and overlook.

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