Doc’s Bunkhouse is a family owned and operated campground with cabins, camper & RV sites, ATV trail access, bar and much more. Doc’s has direct access to 100’s of miles of beautiful scenic ATV trails in Jackson County & Clark County, see the trail map here to get up to date trail conditions and also get a good reference to our location. We are currently expanding and have lots of exciting events being planned for 2018 so be sure to stop by often, join us on Facebook, and feel free to stop by and say hi anytime.
Nature provides the setting. We provide the conveniences. Parkland Village Campground offers 80 available sites & pull-throughs available. Water, electric and limited sewer sites, showers and toilets, laundry, TV and game room, outdoor pool, patio and playground. Direct access to the ATV/Snowmobile Trail.
Cranberry Cabin offers a cozy retreat with all the comforts of home. Cranberry Cabin has a bathroom with shower and 2 bedrooms. One bedroom has a full and a twin bed, the other a queen and a twin bed. The spacious kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, griddle and all kitchen utensils and dishes. The pantry items include sugar, flour, pancake mix, and a complimentary jar of our real maple syrup made here at the marsh. Arpin Cranberry Campground is small and private with 35 sites: 30 seasonal and 5 temporary sites available for rental year round. The 5 temporary sites are open and shady with 20 amp electrical hookups. There is a small lake with bass, northern, crappie, bullhead and bluegills. There is also a swimming beach and horseshoe pits. Firewood is available for sale year round also. Enjoy the peacefulness of a rural setting and watch the resident osprey as he swoops down to catch a fish. If you enjoy hiking, we have a hiking trail which we are always expanding to encompass our 875 acres. We also border 100s of acres of county forest land open to exploring and hunting.
Campground and Recreation Area. The former site of an iron mine, Wazee Lake attracts scuba divers due to its clarity. 15 miles of hiking/biking trails may give visitors a glimpse of two endangered species that inhabit the park: the timber wolf and the Karner Blue butterfly. 12 campsites, drinking water, boating (no motors), hiking, scuba diving. Fee or park sticker required. Directions: Exit # 116. Hwy 54 East 6 miles. Turn South on Brockway Road for 4 miles. Amenities: Fishing, Toilets, Swim, Bike, Scuba. Video of Wazee Lake
Group Camping. Winter camping, 1 shelter, 4 mi. cross-country ski and hiking. Reservations call Castle Mound at 715-284-4103 or 715-284-5301. Vehicle Permit. Directions: Exit Hwy 54 East for 6.5 miles to County Road K Toward Hatfield. Turn left on Hwy K.
Park & Campground. 20 campsites, firewood, drinking water, playground, fee or park sticker. Picnic, toilets, electric. Directions: I-94 North 10 miles Hixton Exit # 105. Turn left on Hwy 95 1/2 mile, fork on left.
County Campground. 150 campsites, firewood, ice, drinking water, showers, RV dump stations, boating, hiking, playground. Popular with water-skiers, jet-skiers, boaters, anglers and beachcombers. Some lakeside sites. Fee or park sticker required. ATV/Motorcycle Trail Access. Directions: Exit # 116, Hwy 54 for 6 miles east to County K. Turn north for 8 miles to Clay School Road. Turn east for a mile to the park. Amenities: Fishing, Picnic, Electric, Toilets, Swim, ATV.
We are located just 2 miles north of Fairchild on Hwy H. Enjoy a true ‘up-north’ get away at Black Creek Lodge. Nestled among thousands of acres of public land, this is a nature lovers paradise! Wildlife abounds with birds, bald eagles, squirrels, deer, turkey and you might see an occassional bear, making this an excellent choice for the hunting enthusiast. We are located on the ATV trail in Eau Claire county, making for ease of access and convenience. The Jackson County and Clark County trails are just a few short miles from here. The trails are also open for hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Once the site of a logging camp in the 1800s, Merlin Lambert County Park is now a rugged out-of-the-way park in the Jackson County Forest. Its location on Potters Flowage attracts anglers in search of pan fish, muskellunge and bass. 20 campsites, drinking water, boating, hiking, playground. Fee or park sticker required. Directions: Exit # 116, take Hwy 54 east for 20 miles to McKenna Road. Turn south and continue for 4 miles. Amenities: Fishing, Picnic, Toilets.
Pittsville, WI 54466
Family camping and winter camping are available on this 35 camp unit facility with 5 electric sites and 8 pull-thru sites near the 1.5 mile nature trail and 1.5 mile cross-country skiing/hiking trail. Donï¿½t miss the must see view from the top of Castle Mound! Reservations and vehicle permit are required. Directions: Exit #116 1/2 mile to Hwy 27 South then Hwy 12 East for one mile. Amenities: Electric, picnic, toilets, accessible, X-C Ski
Black River Falls, WI 54615
Park & Campground, Merrillan, 20 campsites, firewood, drinking water, boating, hiking, playground, fee or park sticker. Honor system, first-come, first-served. Leave money in receptacle. Amenities: Fishing, Picnic, Toilets, Swim, Showers
Campground is noted for being peaceful and beautiful. Long pull through sites complete with cable and wifi with your choice of locations, either shaded or free of trees. We also have secluded tent sites in the woods or stay in a one or two room basic cabin or lodge with bathrooms and TV. Pool is open from Memorial Day through mid September and jumping pillow is usable all of our open season. There is a catch and release fishing pond for the kids and free wagon rides on summer weekends. Rates are for a night, week, month or seasonal. Give us a call or visit our website for more information.
Your ATV Headquarters of Wisconsin! We have everything you need to keep you on the 200+ miles of ATV trails in Jackson & Clark Counties. Located at Hatfield Resort are many ATV/UTV amenities like 24 hour gas, washing stations, food, drinks & more!
Enjoy campsites, cabins and river fun in a natural setting along the Black River. Campers as well as non-campers can rent canoes, kayaks, SUPs and tubes for fun river trips. Due to changing river conditions, please call first. Open May 15 – September 30.
County Campground. On the western shore of Lake Arbutus, this park is heavily used for motorized water recreation, including motor boating, water skiing and jet skiing. 45 campsites, firewood, ice, drinking water, boating, hiking, playground. Fee or park sticker required. Amenities: Fishing, Picnic, Toilets, Swim, Showers.
North end of State Forest on Campground Road. 25 camp units, drinking water, 1 mile nature trail. On the banks of the East Fork of the Black River. Canoe downstream to Lake Arbutus, which has a swimming beach and boating opportunities. Hike the nature trail along the riverbank and see the wildlife that abounds in the State Forest. 5 pull-thru sites. Vehicle Permit. Directions: Exit #116 to Hwy 54 East for 4.5 miles to County Road K. Turn left on K toward Hatfield, then 6.5 miles to Clay School Road. turn right on Clay School Road to Campground Road. Amenities: Fishing, Picnic, Toilets