Florence County

 

Florence County parks, campgrounds, detailed county map, and lake maps

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County lake maps

 

 

 

Lake Emily Park Campground -This facility has 25 sites on a quiet lake. There is boat launch, pit toilets, water pumps, sandy beach, fishing and bathhouse. Each site has a picnic table, and a fire grate, eight sites have electric hook-ups. Sites are available on a first come first served basis at a charge of $8.00 for non-electric sites and $15.00 for an electric site per night. The Lake Emily Park Campground is located in the Town of Commonwealth. From US 2 in Florence turn South on CTH N, go about three miles to CTH D, turn right (West) on C, continue two miles to the camp ground and park.

West Bass Lake Park Campground-This facility has 15 sites on a quiet lake. There is boat launch, pit toilets, water pumps, sandy beach and bathhouse. Each site has a picnic table, and a fire grate. Sites are available on a first come first served basis at a charge of $8.00 for non-electric per night.The West Bass Lake Park Campground is located in the Town of Homestead. From Florence take Highway 101 South to CTH C, turn left (East) on C, watch for signing to the campground, about five miles from 101 turn left (North) on Fire Lane Road, continue one mile to the campground.


Fisher Lake Park- 54 acres in size with northern pike, bass, pan fish and trout. Visitors can picnic, play baseball, launch a boat or relax on the sand beach. From Florence, go south on County N. Picnic tables., picnic shelter, outhouses, baseball .

Kenneth Thompson Memorial Park- serves as a habitat for loons and osprey. Visitors can launch a boat to fiash the 55 acre Siedel Lake for northern pike,bass and pan fish. Take Hwy. 101 south from Florence to the lake access road on the north side of the highway, near where Siedel Creek crosses the roaad. Picnic tables, boat landing.

Keyes Lake Park-Keyes Lake's crystal clear waters make for good swimming and fishing for northern pike, walleye, panfish and bass. The park has picnic facilities, a beach and a boat landing. Take Hwy. 101 three miles south of Florence. Picnic tables, picnic shelter,outhouses, swimming, beach, dressing room, volleyball, boat landing.

Loon Lake Park-Walk in access to 53 acre Loon lake where anglers will find northern pike, largemouth bass and pan fish. Take Hwy. 1001 south of Hwy 70. The park is on the west side of the highway.

Popple River Park-an undeveloped, scenic, designared wild river, good for canoeing and kayaking. The park offers canoe and kayak access, picnic tables and a spot to fish for brook, brown and rainbow trout. Go 12 miles south of Florence on Hwy. 101. Picnic tables, canoe landing.

Vagabond Park-Located on 928 acre Twin Falls Flowage, Vagabond park has a sand beach, picnic area and a boat landing. The flowage is scenic and semi-private with islands and very few homes. Anglers will find northern pike, walleye, bass and panfish.Take Hwy 2 nine miles east of Florence. Picnic tables, swimming beach boat landing.

 

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Florence Natural Resource Center
HC1, Box 83
Florence, Wi. 54121
715-528-5377

 

Florence county map