North Fork Flambeau River Camping

Hines Park


The campground is located in Park Falls on the North Fork of the Flambeau River, is the first campground downstream from Turtle Dam on the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage and Robinson Landing. It offers electricity, tables, grills, water, log pavilion with a fireplace, restroom facilities, docks, swimming, boat landing, recreational activities and a lighted walking trail. RV and tent camping. This park / campground is maintained by the City of Park Falls which can be reached at 715-762-2436. Fee required.

Smith Lake County Park & Campground


The campground is located  a short distance down river from Park Falls, has two canoe-in tent campsites for watercraft only, available for use free of charge. There is also access to a 30-unit RV or tent campground offering electricity, showers, flush toilets (water mid-April thru mid-October), fire rings, firewood, shelter, boat landing, dock, sand beach and hiking trail. There is a fee required for use of this 30-unit improved campground. This park / campground is maintained by the Price County Forestry and Parks Department and can be reached at 715-339-6371.


Pixley Dam Rustic Campground & Crowley Dam Rustic Campground


These campgrounds are located on the North Fork of the Flambeau River downstream from the Smith Lake area, and they are available to paddlers only. Each campground has two campsites available free of charge. Each campsite has one shelter with room for four sleeping bags side-by-side. The shelters are off the ground and screened on one side. There is no water or electricity. The campgrounds have a port-a-potty, picnic tables, and fire rings. Crowley Campground has benches and a dock, and there is walk-in access on a 2.5-mile trail off of S. Buckhorn Road. For more information, contact Kiser Hydro LLC at 906-563-5265. For head water level information, call (Pixley Dam) 715-762-4483 or (Crowley Dam) 715-762-3046.


Flambeau River State Forest


These campsites are located on the North Fork of the Flambeau River down river from Nine Mile Creek Landing, and are exclusively for persons traveling by watercraft and may be used only for one night of camping. At each of the 14 sites located between Nine Mile Creek and Hervas Camp Landing, a cluster of sites has been developed to provide room for two or three groups.

All supplies must be transported by watercraft to the campsites and drive-up camping is not allowed. Each campsite has a table and fire ring. Pit toilets are located nearby. All sites are marked and easily seen from the river. There is no charge for use of these campsites. The canoe campsites are maintained by the Flambeau River State Forest staff, 715-332-5271.


Connors Lake Campground & Lake of the Pines Campground


Neither the Connors Lake Campground nor the Lake of the Pines Campground are located on the Flambeau River but are located a short drive from the Highway W Landing west of Phillips. Both campgrounds have 30 campsites, a swimming beach, nature trail, drinking water, fire rings, picnic tables and pit toilets. There are no electrical hookups or showers. A fee is charged to use these campsites. The campgrounds are maintained by the Flambeau River State Forest staff, 715-332-5271.for more information, call 906-563-5265