Juneau County

 

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Bass Hollow Recreation Area-Located in the southern portion of the county this park offers five miles of scenic walking trails and a picnic area. At 280 acres, its Juneau county's largerst park. Take I-94 to the Mauston exit at Hwy. 82. Go west on 82 to Union St. and turn left. Follow Union St. to Hwy. 12-16 and go left, then right at Cty. K Go south five miles on K to park. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, hiking.

 

Castle Rock Park has over 300 campsites on 160 acres, and is also located on Castle Rock lake which is 16,000 acres. Amenities include spots for tents and trailers, showers, flush toilets, water, playgrounds, picnic tables, swimming (supervised beach), park officer, boating and boat access, fishing, water skiing, canoeing, grills, shelter, electricity, and concessions. Take Hwy. 58 to Cty. G. Go east on G about 4 miles to park.

 

Kennedy Park, on the shores of the Lemonweir River, is situated within a 200 acre parcel of County Forest. The park is located 3 miles north of New Lisbon on County Road M, and offers rustic camping with self-registration. There are 12 camping sites that are on a first come basis. From I-90 take the New Lisbon exit to Hwy. 80. Take 80 south to Hwy. 12-16 and turn right. Follw 12-16 to Cty. M, turn right and go about 4 miles to park.

 

Oak Ridge Park-This park offers seven miles of trails through county forest for walking, cross-country skiing and hunting. From I-90 take the New Lisbon exit to Hwy. 80. Take 80 south to Hwy. 12-16 and turn right. Follw 12-16 to Cty. M, turn right and go about 7 miles to park. Picnic shelter, outhouses, hiking.

 

Wilderness Park is over 80 acres and has over 100 campsites for tent and trailer, electricity, toilets, boating, swimming, fishing, playground, picnic tables, concessions, grills, firewood, water, group camping, shelter, scenic trails, boat ramp, water skiing, and showers. Take Hwy. 58 to Necedah and go east on Hwy. 21 to Cty. G. Take Cty. G to 9th St. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming, beach, hiking, playground, boat landing.

 

 

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Juneau County Parks and Forestry

250 Oak St.

Mauston, Wi. 53948

608-847-9389

 

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