County parks, campgrounds, detailed county
map, and lake maps
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County Park This day use area, on
the north side of Lyman Lake, is 256 acres
in size and is located approximately 20 miles
south of Superior in the Town of Oakland.
There is a picnic area with tables and grills,
a children's playground, swimming beach, and
restrooms. Camping is not allowed in the park.
A system of trails is located in the wooded
area from the parking lot to the lake, and
a boat ramp with a dock is located outside
the entrance gate.
Lake Minnesuing County Park This 30 acre park
is located approximately 25 miles south of
Superior and sits on the north bank of Lake
Minnesuing. There is a swimming beach, a nicely
shaded picnic area with tables and grills,
and newer vaulted toilets. Camping is not
allowed. There is a boat launch approximately
1/4 mile west of the park.
Lake County Park Long Lake County
Park is three acres in size and is a day use
area located in the Town of Solon Springs,
approximately 35 miles south of Superior.
Activities include fishing and swimming and
a picnic area with tables and grills. Facilities
include newer vaulted restrooms. Camping is
Lake County Park Bass Lake County
Park is approximately two acres in size and
is a day use area located in the Town of Solon
Springs, approximately 35 miles south of Superior.
There is a swimming beach and fishing opportunities,
and a picnic area with tables and grills.
Facilities include newer vaulted restrooms.
Camping is not allowed.
Creek Pond The Park Creek Pond Youth
Fishing Area is an 11 acre pond located just
west of Business 53 adjacent to the Douglas
County Forestry Department in the Village
of Solon Springs. The area is designated as
a children's fishing area. Fish are occasionally
stocked in the pond by the Wisconsin Department
of Natural Resources. Children under the age
of 14 can use this facility. This is a cooperative
effort between Douglas County, the Village
of Solon Springs, and the Town of Solon Springs.
Benches and picnic tables are located adjacent
to the County Forestry building on the north
side of the pond.
Woods County Park has a self-registration
campground with 24 sites (including 13 with
electrical hook-up) containing fire rings,
picnic tables, and benches. There is a sanitary
dump station and the restrooms include hot
water showering facilities.
The park has many hiking trails, a bateau
shelter, children's playground, beautiful
swimming beach, a large log pavilion with
a fieldstone fireplace, many picnic areas
with grills, and an open-air performing arts
amphitheater, governed by the Lucius Woods
Performing Arts Center, which hosts a series
of summer concerts, including the Duluth Superior
Symphony Orchestra. All
of this is located on the Upper Lake St. Croix,
in Solon Springs, approximately 30 miles south
of Superior on US Highway 53. map-pdf
Dam County Park has a campground
with 33 camping sites (including 12 with electrical
hook-up) containing fire rings, picnic tables,
and benches. The Forestry Department is currently
developing a self-registration system for
this campground.There are excellent fishing
opportunities, a fish cleaning house, canoe
and boat launch with a handicap accessible
dock, children's playground, newer vault toilets,
several picnic sites with grills, and an official
"Watchable Wildlife" viewing area.The
park is located at the headwaters of the St.
Croix Scenic Riverway, seven miles west of
Gordon on County Road Y, which is approximately
37 miles south of Superior on US Highway 53.
Dam County Park has a campground
with 11 wilderness camping sites containing
fire rings, picnic tables, and benches. The
Forestry Department is exploring possibilities
of converting the campground to use a self-registration
system.There is a boat
launch with excellent fishing opportunities,
newer vault toilets, and picnic and grill
areas. Mooney Dam is located on Lower Eau
Claire Lake, 13 miles east of Gordon on County