of the Falls Park-this park
encompasses 40 acres and a small waterfall
on the 19,00 acre Turtle Flambeau
Flowage where visitors can launch
a boat and fish for muskellunge, bass,
walleye and northern pike. The park
offers 30 open field campsites, a
swimming area and a picnic area equipped
with fireplaces. Take Hwy. 51 to Cty.
FF and go southwest. Follw Cty. FF
to the park. Picnic tables,picnic
shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer
sites, playground, boat landing.
Falls Recreation Area-After
a long hike through the woods down
to the river, visitors can view the
90 foot drop of Potato River Falls.
Campers seeking primitive conditions
can also pitch a tent in the park.
From Hurley take Hwy. 2 west to Hwy
169 in Cedar. Turn south on Hwy. 169
and travel 2 1/2 miles to Potato Falls
Road. Turn west and continue for two
miles. Tent sites, hiking.
Harbor Park-With 52 boat
slips on Lake Superior, this park
is much like a marina. The extrasinclude
a swimming beach, seven open field
campsites with electricity, a playground
and a picnic area with fireplaces.
Take Hwy.2 to Hwy. 122. Go north on
Hwy. 122 to the park. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter,outhouses, tent sites,
trailer sites, swimming, dressing
rooms, playground, boat landing.
Lake Park-This 10 acre park
sits on the shores of the tiny but
popular Weber Lake, used for summertime
swimming and trout fishing. Seven
campsites with electricity are available.
Take Hwy. 77 west of Hurley to Cty.
E. Go west on E to the park. Picnic
tables, picnic shelter, outhouses,
tent sites, trailer sites, swimming,
dressing rooms, playground, boat landing.
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