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Landing or Decker Memorial Park is
the most popular boat landing under County
management. A main launch site for boaters
of the Wolf River, Gill's parking lot is full
during the walleye and white bass spawning
runs. Take Hwy. 110 south into Weyauwega.
Turn east on Cty. F and travel four miles
to the park. Picnic tables, picnic shelters,
outhouses, boat landing.
Keller Lake Park-This 19
acre site is heavily wooded with a 21 acre
lake impoundment of the Pigeon River Which
provides fishing and small boat usage. A dam
and spillway are located in the park. Facilities
include an open shelter, restrooms, picnic
tables and grills, playground equipment, basketball
courts and hiking trails. Located in the Town
of Dupont, 4 miles west on County Hwy. G.
Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses,
swimming, beach, dressing rooms, hiking, volleyball,
Wolf Park is a 2 acre park with a
boat landing on the southern shore of the
Manawa Millpond. Facillities include an open
shelter, picnic tables, grills, restrooms
and parking area. Located 1/2 mile east of
Manawa on County Hwy. N. Picnic tables, picnic
shelter, outhouses, playground, boat landing.
on the North Branch of the Pigeon River, this
park has restrooms, picnic tables, and grills.
Located approximately 4 miles east of Marion
on Hwy. 45.
Park-The Crystal River winds it's
way through wooded Nelson Park. This half
acre park hosts restroom facilities, picnic
tables and grills, a footbridge to a small
island and riverside benches. Nelson Park
is a popular area for fishing and picnics.
Located approximately 2 miles south of the
City of Waupaca on County Hwy. K.
Park is a 1 acre park that consists
of a picnic area furnished with picnic tables,
benches and a grill. Northland Park is developed
around Flume Creek and the old Northland Dam.
Located 8 miles north of Iola on Hwy. 49.
Park-This 26.6 acre park is located
near the popular Chain O'Lakes southwest of
Facilities include picnic tables, grills,
playground equipment, restrooms, drinking
water, and nature trails. A railroad tie walkway
is a feature of the trail, which provides
access to a small wilderness pond. The interior
of the site provides cross-country skiing
opportunities. Located in the Town of Farmington
on County Hwy. Q South.
River Park-The North and South branch
of the Pigeon River converge on this 40 acre
Facilities include a parking area, trails,
and a footbridge. Located south of Marion
on Knitt Road off of Hwy. 45.
Park-Located on the bank of the Little
Wolf River, this 2 acre park has picnic tables,
grills, and playground equipment. Located
on Hwy. 54 west in the Town of Royalton.