Dells of the Eau Claire County Park is in the north-central Wisconsin Town of Plover, east of the city of Wausau.
It is divided in two by the Eau Claire River. The river flows through a rocky gorge to form cascades and waterfalls as it passes over and around weathered boulders, outcrops, and other formations.
The park also has areas designated for camping, swimming, hiking, and picnicking.
Although the park shares a name with the city of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, that city is over 100 miles away to the west.
Also, this park should not be confused with the Wisconsin Dells, an area with its own formations over 100 miles away to the south.
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