A regular weekend ritual in Wisconsin is heading to your favorite water place and for some that also means swimming. You need to know that there's an urgent warning saying no swimming is suddenly allowed at 20 Wisconsin beaches for multiple reasons.

It's always a good idea to check the status of whatever Wisconsin water place you prefer from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources beach health website. As of this writing in Sunday morning, June 23, here are 20 Wisconsin beaches were swimming is NOT advised:

Zoo Beach - Dangerous Currents
North Beach - Dangerous Currents
Rock Lake Ferry Park Beach - Elevated bacteria 
Crescent Beach - Elevated bacteria 
Lake Kegonsa State Park Beach - Elevated bacteria 
Pine Point Beach - Elevated bacteria
Badfish Creek At S 59 Bridge - Elevated bacteria
Spring Brook - Closed -  Elevated bacteria 
Trail's End Camp Beach - Elevated bacteria
SUGAR RIVER AT NELSON RD - Elevated bacteria 
Silver Creek - Culvert West of Ripon - Elevated bacteria 
Asylum Point Park And Boat Landing - Elevated bacteria
Black Wolf Boat Landing - Elevated bacteria
Boom Bay Boat Landing - Elevated bacteria 
Village Of Butte Des Morts Boat Landing - Elevated bacteria
Trempealeau River - Pietrek County Park Beach Closed - Elevated bacteria 
Red Arrow Park Beach Manitowoc - Elevated bacteria
Otumba Park Beach - Elevated bacteria
Barker'S Island Inner Beach - Elevated bacteria
Lower Spring Lake Beach - Closed - Elevated bacteria

There are 2 Wisconsin beaches where swimming is not allowed due to dangerous current and 18 that have tested positive for unsafe bacteria levels.

These statuses are updated constantly by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources so it's entirely possible that one of your favorite water play places could be safe now after updated testing is complete.

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