& Picnic Areas
Sawmill Lake –
16 miles east of Spooner on Hwy 70, 2 miles south on CTH B, 5 miles east
on Birchwood Fire Lane; primitive camping, 25 sites with tables and fire
rings, no electricity. Dock, open shelter, vault toilets, hand pump for
water. $6 per night. For more information call (715) 635-4490.
– west of Minong on Hwy. 77, then on CTH I,
on Totogatic Flowage (10 miles), 69 sites with electricity, $15 per night;
6 sites without electricity $10 per night; water, firewood, flush and
vault toilets, dumping station; boating, swimming, fishing for northern,
walleyes, bass and panfish; picnicking. For more information call (715)
635-4490 or 466-2822.
Park – Trego Park
Road, just north of Trego, off Hwy. 53, on the Namekagon River, 50 sites
with water and electric; showers, firewood, flush toilets, swimming,
picnicking. $21 per night and $5 for electricity. Call (715) 635-6075.
City of Shell
Lake Municipal Park –
off Hwy. 63, in city on Shell Lake, 42 sites; electric and water hookups,
next to public swimming beach and park area with supervised swimming,
playground and basketball court, showers and restrooms, dump station,
boat access. $22-25 per night, $132-150 per week. For more information call (715)
468-7846 (during summer), 468-7679 (off-season).
– North of the
Village of Birchwood on Hwy D on Birch Lake. 40 sites; electricity, flush
toilets, showers, dump station, swimming, firewood, boat docking,
playground, picnicking. $20 per night. For more information, call
Park - Southwest corner of Chicog Lake off Chicog Lake Road. Public
Lake access, picnic grounds, swimming, camping.
and PICNIC GROUNDS
Spooner, Veteran's Memorial Park.
to the world's largest Muskie hatchery, picnic
tables, fishing pier, boat launch, parking area, bathrooms, on the Yellow
River Flowage, on US Hwy. 63 just south of Hwy 70. Watch for the Flags
across the bridge.
Spooner, College Street Park, Spooner. North of high school, picnic
tables, shelter, bathrooms, playground equipment, baseball field, T-ball
field, basketball hoops, warming house, winter skating rink, beautiful
walking trails that double as lighted cross country ski trails in winter.
Turn north off Elm Street onto College Street go to parking lot at end of
street. See city map.
School Park-(on Elementary School grounds) baseball and softball
fields and soccer field.
Baseball Field- Thompson Drive and Indianhead Trail. Baseball field.
Spooner, Centennial Park, Spooner. Corner of River
and Walnut Streets. Grab a cup of coffee or a sandwich from one of the
downtown shops. Great spot for people watching while sitting on a park
bench or picnic table.
Spooner, Triangle Park, Corners of Peck, Summit and Pine
streets in Spooner. Picnic tables and garden. See
Spooner, Dale, Vale and Walnut Streets Park, 3 blocks straight
west of downtown on Walnut Street. Park with picnic tables and playground
equipment. See city map.
Town Park – Trego Park Road, just
north of Trego, off Hwy. 53, on the Namekagon River.
on US Hwy. 63, between Earl and Springbrook, picnic tables, bathrooms by
Memorial Cemetery Wayside. On Hwy 53 south of Hwy 70 across from the
Cemetery entrance. Information Center and Rest Rooms.
Shell Lake Municipal Park,
Downtown Shell Lake, on Hwy 63 and water's
edge. Public campground, swimming beach, picnic area, boat launch, fish
Shell Lake Recreational Park,
south side of Shell Lake off Hwy 63.
Tennis courts, playground, softball field.
located at the north end of Bass Lake on Lake Rd. boat landing.
Link Street. Area youth Baseball field.
Corner of Fifth and Main streets. Josiah Bond Park.
South of Village Hall, Ball field.
Children's trout pond. North of DNR ranger station off Hwy 77.
Second Street Little League park.
Stone Lake Park,
West of Stone Lake Village on Hwy 70, then south on
Golden Pond Road to Spring Lake.
Doolittle Park and Campground. Hwy D north of Birchwood on
Birch Lake. Swimming beach, playground.
Bluegill Village Park, Main Street, picnic area.
Lake Avenue baseball field, playground and fishing pier.