Clark County Parks and Campgrounds
Clark County campgrounds have a range of activities including ATV, biking, and horse trails for some nice riding. Permits are also available for county forest camping. Russell Memorial Park and Campground has water frontage on the 821-acre lake with RV hookups and access to ATV trails. Greenwood Park and Campground is limited to 14 electric camping sites. Sherwood Park and Campground has some rustic camping and is off the beaten path. Wild Rock has no designated sites. This park and campground has firewood and grills available.
Black River County Park
Fishing is the most popular activity at this day-use park on the Black River. Located in the Town of Longwood, Section 5, State Highway 29. Black River Park is an easy stop while traveling Highway 29. From Withee at the junction of Hwys. 29 and 37, go west on Hwy. 29 2 1/2 miles to the park entrance. The park is located on the scenic Black River. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, playground.Amenities: Shelter, Picnic area Vault Toilet, Drinking Water, Fishing Access
Greenwood Park Campground
A popular spot for family reunions and weddings, the park offers a scenic spot to picnic on the Black River. Camping is limited, with 14 open-field electric sites available. The Black river is populated with large and smallmouth bass, and pan fish,From Greenwood take Hwy. 73 north 1/2 mile. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, playground,
Situated on Emerson Lake, this park offers opportunities to swim, boat, fish and picnic. Anglers will find largemouth bass and pan fish, Look for the park on the northwest edge of the village of Humbird, at the junction of Hwy. 12-27 and Cty. B. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, swimming, playground, boat landing.
A day-use park in the town of Loyal, this park has volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and a baseball diamond and is adjacent to a five hole golf course. The park is on the western edge of the city of Loyal, off Hwy. 98. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, baseball, volleyball, playground..
This park contains picnic facilities and overlooks some of Wisconsin's most scenic woodlands and moraine areas. From Neillsville take Hwy. 10 three miles west to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses.
North Mead Lake Park and Campground
Its remote location on the 1333,000-acre Clark County Forest land creates opportunities for a scenic drive or hike,. The park has 71 campsites and access to Mead Lake where visitors can swim at the beach, launch a boat, or fish for largemouth bass, pan fish, northern pike and muskellunge. From Greenwood, take Hwy G west three miles to County O. Go north on O two miles to Cty. MM. Take County MM west five miles to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming beach, dressing rooms, playground, boat landing.
Rock Park Dam and Campground
Campers will appreciate the amenities at this parks 134 site campground. From here, hikers and cross-country skiers can access miles of trails that wind through the county forest just north of the park. Rock Dam Lake is filled with largemouth bass, northern pike and pan fish, and also provides a spot to swim, rest on its beaches, or launch a boat.
Russell Park and Campground
Located on Lake Arbutus in the southwestern corner of the county, this park offers campers 230 sites. All have electricity and some are handicapped accessible. Three miles away is the Levis Mound Trail, where outdoor enthusiasts can hike, mountain bike, ride horseback, and cross-country ski through diverse terrain, Lake Arbutus is populated with largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, muskellunge and pan fish. From Neillsville take Hwy. 95 southwest 12 miles to County J. Go south on J three miles to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, toilets, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming, beach, dressing rooms, volleyball, playground, boat landing.
Sherwood Park and Campground
A bit off the beaten path, this park offers a rustic camping environment. Its 27 remote sites are wooded and close to Sherwood Lake, which provides opportunities for swimming, boating and fishing for largemouth bass, northern pike and pan fish. From Neillsville, take Hwy. 73 southeast 18 miles to County Z. Go south 2 miles oc Cty. Z to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming, dressing rooms, playground, boat landing.
Snyder Park and Campground
Visitors can swim, boat and fish Snyder Lake or go for a scenic hike along Wedges Creek. Thirty five campsites with electricity are available, and for snowmobilers, there is access to a nearby ATV trail. From Neilllsville take Hwy. 10 west 6 miles to County B and turn right. Go one mile to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming, hiking, playground, boat landing.
South Mead Lake Park
Located just across the lake from North Mead Lake County Park, this day-use park offers a spot to picnic, launch a boat, and fish for largemouth bass, pan fish, northern pike and muskellunge. Its remote setting on Clark County Forest land creates opportunities for scenic hikes and drives. From Greenwood take County G west three miles to County O. Go north on County O two miles to Cty. MM. Go west on MM five miles to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, playground, boat landing.
Hike your way through this park, known for its premiere scenic overlooks. Autumn visitors will enjoy the changing colors of the oak, maple, birch and aspen trees that cover the terrain. From Neillsville take Hwy. 10 west seven miles to Cty. B Go west on B seven miles to the park entrance. Picnic tables, outhouses, hiking..
Wild Rock Park and Campground
Though there are no designated sites, adventurous campers can pitch a tent here. Firewoo, grills and electricity are available. This park provides access to hiking, bridle and snowmoblie trails. From Neillsville take Hwy. 10 west three miles to County G. Go north 12 miles on G to Cty. I, Go west four miles on County I to the park entrance. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, tent sites, hiking..
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