This park is located on the shores of crystal clear Long Lake and offers 28 camping sites. Long Lake is popular as a swimming, boating, and fishing lake, with excellent walleye and musky fishing. The park's well-manicured sites and open setting offer a nice view of Long Lake. Long Lake is nine miles northeast of New Auburn on State Highway 40.
Lake County Park
This wooded park, with its 22 campsites, is situated on Otter Lake--one of the finest fishing lakes in Chippewa County. Walleye, bass, and pan fish abound. A fine swimming beach, picnic area and boat launch, along with a very scenic setting, make Otter Lake one of our more beautiful parks. Take County Highway H, 7.5 miles north of Stanley to 165th Avenue, and then 2.0 miles west to the park.
Point County Park
This park's 48 camping sites are located on a peninsula projecting into 3900-acre Lake Holcombe. Many campsites offer scenic vistas of the lake. With plenty of trees, a nice swimming beach and good fishing, Pine Point is a popular vacation spot. The park is located 2.5 miles west of the Junction of County Highway M and State Highway 27.
Lake County Park
For swimming fun, or a picturesque setting for an afternoon family picnic, this park is the place to go. This day-use park has one of the finest natural beaches in the county and is one of our newest parks. It is located on 216-acre Round Lake, in northwestern Chippewa County's Township of Sampson, approximately 1 mile north of Hwy 40 on Round Lake
Road (117th Street) . Drinking water is available, as well as restroom facilities and changing areas. There is also a reservable picnic shelter and a boat launch. For the fisherman, Round Lake offers a good opportunity for walleye, musky, and pan fish.
parks that offer camping are open from May to November & Round Lake County Park is open until Septemeber 6. Camping fees are
charged. Reservations for campsites and shelters are recommended
at all parks in Chippewa County.
For more information on fees & reservations, contact the Chippewa County Forest & Parks Department at 715-726-7880, or visit www.co.chippewa.wi.us.
or by mail at 711
N. Bridge St., Chippewa Falls, WI 54729.
Click here to reserve your spot online.
North City Park- 9th Avenue
Willis Park- 15th Avenue
Witt Park- Cty Hwy F
Park-Corner of E. Patten Street & S. Oshkosh St.
Brunet Falls Park-Main Street
Located on the banks of the Chippewa River. Enjoy the ball fields, pavilion, playground, skate park and nearby parking for the Old Abe Bike Trail. Vistors' Center open May through October.
715-239-3619 or 715-239-3717
Riverview Park offers natural history and historical interpretive signs. Swimming as well as facilities for picnicking, volleyball, softball,
horseshoeing, basketball and tennis are available.
Yellow River & State Hwy 27
Adams Park-Summit Avenue
Alexander McBean Park- Marshall & Grand Avenue
Ball & Knight Park- Loffler Court
Enjoy the 60-acre outdoor sports complex with facilities for softball,
soccer and baseball.
Canal St. and Old Eau Claire Rd.
Frenchtown Park-Bryant & Herbert Streets
Harmony Park- Bridge Street
Hiram S. Allen Park- South Bridge Street
Park and Zoo
This park is located on 300 acres with band shell, preserved schoolhouse and log
cabin, zoo, petting zoo, and Glen Loch Dam Overlook. Enjoy the
Christmas Village with lights and displays
James W Buchanan Park- Main Street
L.C. Stanley Park- Terrill & Dwight Streets
Mary E. Marshall Park
Tennis courts, ice rink and skateboard park.
This public garden is home to many varieties of roses and lilies. Open May through October.
Simon Lyberg Park- Garden & Lynn Street
Thaddeus Pund Park- West South Avenue
Village of Lake Hallie
Village of Lake Hallie Park
This 80-acre park features eight
ball fields with concrete dugouts, two pavilions, a concession
stand, batting cages, volleyball courts, playground equipment,
picnic and restroom facilities.
4902 117th St.
Town of Lake Holcombe
Holcombe Town Park
Available is a boat landing, sandy beach, volleyball, picnic area, and
Birch Creek Park offers camping, picnic facilities, volleyball, swimming and a boat ramp.
Highway M west of Holcombe to 250th St and travel North. Take 282nd Ave east
to 282nd and the sign will be off on the north side.
Town of Lafayette
Ray's Beach Park
Enjoy the sandy beach, swimming area, and picnic areas.
Located on the south shore of Lake Wissota
Anson Park is the site of the annual Sturgeon Festival. The park features a playground and picnic areas.
Enjoy the campground, picnic areas, playground, volleyball courts, ball fields, tennis courts and game farm located here. Picnic shelters can be reserved.
This park features a picnic shelter, playground and ball fields and is open year-round.
4th Avenue on the east side of Chapman Lake
This park has a Veterans Memorial, picnic
tables and a playground area.
South Broadway Street
Enjoy the playground, picnic area and pavillion.
Island State Park
69 campsites are available as well as showers, picnic areas, playground,
athletic field, swimming beach, cross-country ski trails,
hiking and biking trails. This park is connected to the Old Abe State Bike Trail via a one-mile
bike trail link.
1,224 acres where Fisher River joins the Chippewa River North of Cornell 715-239-6888
Moraine Ice Age Reserve Unit
This is one of nine units of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve. Includes a visitor center, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, primitial camping, lake access and more.
Wissota State Park
116 campsites, with boating, swimming, picnicking and hiking
available. Two group campsites for up to 80 people can be reserved for
large group camping.
The park's facilities are handicapped accessible.
Located on the north shore of 6,300 acre Lake Wissota, six
miles east of Chippewa Falls
parks are open year-round, with limited facilities available
in the winter. Required vehicle permits must be purchased.
Wisconsin State Park campsite reservations can be made by
online or by phone:
1-888-WI-PARKS or click here.