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Copper Falls State Park
There are two family campgrounds at Copper Falls State Park. The North Campground has 33 sites and is within walking distance of the Doughboys Trail and the Bad River Gorge. All 33 sites are pull-in and 25 have electric hookup. One site is accessible. 30 of the sites are reservable. Amenities include drinking water and vault toilets (An RV dump station is located at the South Campground).
The South Campground has 22 individual, non-electric campsites, and offers more seclusion than the North Campground. Four sites are walk-in tent camping. 15 sites are reservable. There is a shower building with flush toilets and an RV dump station located near the entrance of the South CG.
The South Campground also features a small, beautiful rustic cabin that is accessible for people with disabilities. The cabin accommodates up to four people. Amenities inside the cabin include padded beds, electric outlets and lighting. Outside the cabin is an individual tent-campsite, a paved driveway, an accessible picnic table and a fire ring. Accessible toilet and showers are at the Shower Building less than 200 feet away. The cabin is reservable. Contact the Park Office for more info at 715.274.5123.
There is one reservable group site that holds up to 40 people and is tent camping only.
Day Lake, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
The Day Lake Campground is situated in a beautiful pine forest next to a 632-acre lake. The campground is a popular family favorite that offers a scenic, shady day use area with a swimming beach, picnic area and boat launch. The lake features an undeveloped, pine-covered shoreline and numerous small islands and bays making it ideal for exploring from either a canoe or kayak. There’s also great fishing!
The family campground has 52 individual sites, three are walk-in tent sites. 49 sites can accommodate tents and/or an RV up 24-to-45 feet (max length varies). Each site has a tent pad, parking spur, picnic table and fire ring. Six sites are paved with a paved path to the fishing pier. Amenities include drinking water and vault toilets. There are no electric hookups. All 52 sites are reservable. Day Lake CG is a 25-minute drive southwest from Copper Falls State Park.
East Twin Lake, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
East Twin Lake features a beautiful, secluded campground next to a 110-acre lake. The lake has a densely forested shoreline and offers excellent panfish, bass and musky fishing. The shady day-use area has a picnic area and a fishing pier.
The campground is popular despite its small size - only ten sites. Eight of the sites have gorgeous lake views and all offer at least partial shade. One site is tent-only, nine can accommodate tents and/or an RV up to 25-to-40 feet (max length varies). Each site has a tent pad, parking spur, picnic table and fire ring. Amenities include drinking water and vault toilets. There are no electric hookups. All ten sites are reservable. East Twin Lake CG is a 20-minute drive southwest from Copper Falls State Park.
Other Local Campgrounds in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Website: Copper Falls State Park
Phone Contact: 715.274.5123
Trail Access Fee: Yes, WDNR Vehicle Admission Sticker Required.