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Big Falls County Park & Campground
W11337 Big Falls Road
Kennan, WI 54537
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Phone: 715-339-6371

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Open year-round. Located on the South Fork of the Jump River; 6 rustic campsites with picnic tables and rock fire rings; can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs; fee required; no reservations - first come, first served; surfaced road and parking area; drinking water, well-hand pump; vault toilets; pavilion; fire pit; uncut wood is provided; swing set; play area; volleyball net (bring your own ball); horseshoe pits (bring your own horseshoes); shore fishing for bass; hiking trail along the Jump River/Big Falls area. (Winter tent camping - vault toilet and well - hand pump, roads are not plowed to the campground/park.)
Crowley Dam Rustic Campground
N13706 Crowley Road
Park Falls, WI 54552
Phone: 920-563-5265

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Located near Crowley Dam on the North Fork of the Flambeau River. Two campsites available to those arriving by boat, canoe or kayak. Each campsite has a cabin with room for four sleeping bags side by side. The cabins are off of the ground and screened at one end. No fee required, first-come first-served, picnic table, fire ring, bench, dock, porta potty; no water or electric. For head water information, call 715-762-3046.
Emily Lake Campground
2426 Forest Road 1178
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Park Falls, WI 54552
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Phone: 715-762-2461

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Open year-round. Located on Emily Lake (26-acres, slow no wake, panfish); 11 rustic campsites with parking spurs, fire grills, and picnic tables; fee required; no reservations – first come, first served; tents, trailers, and RVs up to 45+ feet; drinking water, vault toilets, swimming area, and boat landing for small motorized and non-motorized watercraft. Emily Lake supports a good panfish population. (Winter camping [beginning in November] – vault toilets, no water, no garbage removal, no plowed roads or services of any kind.)
Hines Park & Campground
1013 Saunders Avenue
Park Falls, WI 54552
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Phone: 715-762-2436

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Located on the east bank of the North Fork of the Flambeau River (bass, musky, walleye, suckers, red horse, northern pike); 9 paved RV sites (up to 45+ feet) with electric and water hookups (seasonal), first come, first served; dump station nearby, year-round; tent camping is permitted in the designated adjacent grassy area; fishing pier, shore fishing, boat landing, canoe landing and boat dock all connected by a lighted walking trail. The adjacent recreation area offers a large, partially-enclosed, log pavilion w/stone fireplace, picnic shelter & kitchen area (call to reserve); picnic tables; grills; drinking water & flush toilets (May through the first week in October); horseshoe pits (bring your own horseshoes), basketball and volleyball area (bring your own balls), and playground equipment. Access to the city of Park Falls ATV & UTV trail system and the multi-use 70-mile Flambeau Trail System.
Phillips Chain-O-Lakes Campground
639 County Road H
Phillips, WI 54555
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Phone: 715-339-3125

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Campsites are available for use beginning the opening weekend of fishing season through gun deer season; call for approval after that time. Located on Elk Lake; 20 campsites with electricity, picnic tables, and fire rings; fee required – first come, first served; drinking water; bathrooms; showers (quarters); picnic/day use area; public beach/swimming area; shore fishing; four (4) docks can accommodate up to eight (8) boats; there is a boat landing across the lake; pet requirements – must be on a leash or under control at all times; ATVs/UTVs are allowed in the campground and there is direct access to routes/trails.
Pioneer Park & Campground
W4905 Holmes Street
Ogema, WI 54459
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Phone: 715-767-5586

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Located on Ogema Millpond (16-acres, non-motorized, pan fish); this equestrian-friendly rustic campground (no electricity or water at the sites) has an open area large enough for seven camping units with six fire rings, three grills and several picnic tables; tents, trailers & RVs; no fee required; no reservations – first come, first served; pavilion, large gazebo w/table, handicapped tables with roof, flush toilets (water is shut off after the last weekend in Sept.), carry-in boat access, shore fishing, playground equipment, tether ball, large fenced in sand box, nature trails, access to the 26-mile non-motorized Pine Line Rail Trail, horse hitching post, ball diamond, concessions during games, horseshoe pits, and ATV/horse pull track. There are limited services nearby. (Winter camping – no toilets, water, plowed roads or services.)
Pixley Dam Rustic Campground
W8876 Hwy 70
Park Falls, WI 54552
Phone: 920-563-5265

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Located near Pixley Dam on the North Fork of the Flambeau River. Two campsites available to those arriving by boat, canoe, kayak, etc. Each campsite has a cabin with room for four sleeping bags side by side. The cabins are off of the ground and screened at one end. No fee required, first come first serve, picnic table, fire ring, bench, dock, porta potty; no water or electric. For head water information, call 715-762-4483.
Sailor Lake Campground
N12821 Forest Road 139
Park Falls, WI 54552
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Phone: 715-762-2461

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This is a popular ATV & UTV trailside campground located on Sailor Lake (168-acres, motorized, panfish & northern) offering 25 rustic, shady campsites including one double site and three walk in sites. Ammenities include: tent pads, parking spurs, fire grills, and picnic tables; fee required; can accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs up to 45+ feet; a total of 14 campsites can be reserved, 11 sites are first come, first served; drinking water, vault toilets, nearby picnic area with an open-air pavilion (can be reserved), and a developed boat ramp; access to the multi-use 70-mile Flambeau Trail System (allows ATVs, UTVs and off-road motorcycles May 1 [conditions permitting] – March 14). For reservation information, call or go to recreation website (Winter camping [beginning in November] – vault toilets, no water, no garbage removal, no plowed roads or services of any kind.)
Smith Lake County Park & Campground
N14763 Omaha Road
Park Falls, WI 54552
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Phone: 715-339-6371

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Open year-round; 3 miles west of Park Falls; 300-acre park located on the Smith Lake section of the North Fork Flambeau River; river access to two canoe-in campsites (no fee); 30-unit campground all sites electric, picnic table & fire ring; fee required; no reservations – first come, first served; tents, trailers, and RVs up to 45+ feet; dump station, mid-April through late-October, conditions permitting; uncut wood is provided; open-air picnic shelter with electricity (can be reserved) and grills; pressure water (faucet & drinking fountain), flush toilet/shower building and dump station, mid-April/May through the last weekend in September/late-October, conditions permitting; vault toilets, boat landing/dock, fishing, swimming area, horseshoe pits (bring your own shoes), hiking trail; ATV ramp; access to multi-use trails including ATV/UTV trails. (Winter camping, vault toilets, no plowing or services.)
Solberg Lake County Park & Campground
N10750 County Park Road
Price County Forest
Phillips, WI 54555
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Phone: 715-339-6371

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Open year-round. Located on Solberg Lake (844-acres, motorized, many species of fish); 60 campsites with electric hookup, fire ring, picnic table, and storage/prep table; fee required; 40 sites allow ATV/UTV access to trails via Solberg Lake Road; tents, trailers and RVs up to 45+ feet; no reservations - first come, first served; dump station, pressure water (faucet & drinking fountain), and 2 flush toilet/shower buildings accessible mid-April through late-October weather permitting, call to verify 715-339-6371; uncut wood is provided; paved road and parking area; open-air shelter/pavilion with electricity; picnic area, tables, benches, grills, sandy beach, playground equipment, sand volleyball court & horseshoe pits (bring equipment), hiking/nature and mountain bike trails, hunter walking trail nearby, fishing pier, boat landing, and boat dock.
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