Barron County

 

Barron County parks, campgrounds, detailed county map, and lake maps

Detailed County Map-PDF file of detailed Adams county map

Barron County lake maps

 

Barron County Parks

 

A & I Park-The most developed of six canoe launck sites along the Red Cedar River, this is the place to picnic and take a break from paddling. This spot is also known for its excellent smallmouth bass fishing. Take Hwy. 53 to the Chetek exit. Turn west on Cty. I and travel 5 1/2 miles to Cty. A Continue 3/4 of a mile on the combination of I and A. The park will be just east of the Red Cedar River bridge. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.

 

Anglers Park-Cast your line here for walleye and panfish in this day use park developed especilly for shore anglers. The fishing pier is handicapped accessible. From the city of Chetek, follw Cty. SS one mile north to the junction with Cty. D. Follow D through the intersection with Cty. M for one mile to the west end of the Pokegama Lake bridge. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.

 

Desair Boat Landing-Boat landing on Desair Lake. Exit Hwy. 53 onto Hwy. 48. Take Hwy. 48 1 1/4 miles to 18th Street. Then turn north and continue 2 1/4 miles to 23 1/4 Ave. Travel east 1/4 mile to boat landing. Boat landing only.

 

Grant Park-Silver Lake's fine sand and clear waters make Grant Park a popular swimming spot. Other day use activities include baseball, volleyball, a playground and picnicking. Exit Hwy. 53 onto Hwy. 48. go west three miles to County V. Turn north and continue four mlies to County B. Go west 4 1/2 miles to the park. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, swimming, beach, baseball, volleyball, playground, boat landing.

 

Kirby Boat Landing- Though primarily used for lake access, walk-in camping is available for the primitive camper. Kirby Lake, known for its excellent supply of pan fish, is fished year round. From the junction of Hwy. 63 and 48 in Cumberland, travel 4 1/2 miles north on 63 to 26 1/2 Ave. Turn west and go 2 miles to 4th st. Turn north and proceed 3/4 mile to 27 1/2 Ave. Tuen east and continue to the landing. Picnic tables, outhouses, tent sites, boat landing


Southworth Memorial Park-Located on the Chetek chain of lakes, noted for excellent fishing, the park offers camping in a more residential setting. Exit Hwy. 53 at Chetek.Travel east on County I to County SS.Turn south and go 1 1/2 miles to 26 1/2 Street.Turn north and go 1/4 mile to 5 1/2 -7 street. Go west 1/2 mile to the park. Picnic tables.outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming and boat landing.

 

Veterans Memorial Park-Pitch a tent or park a trailer in one of the 30 wooded sites in the most quiet campground in Barron County. The park is located on Prairie Lake, part of the Chetek chain of lakes, noted for excellent fishing. Exit Hwy. 8 from Hwy. 53.Travel east one mile to t County SS. Turn south and go 3/4 mile to 12 3/4 Ave. Then turn east and go 3/4 mile.

 

Waldo Carlson Park-Anlers flock to this park to fish Red Cedar lake known as the top walleye lake in Barron County. 23 sites are available for campers. Exit Hwy. 53 to Hwy. 48 in Rice lake. Travel east for 13 miles to 29th Ave.. Turn east and go 1/4 mile to park. Picnic tables, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites and boat landing.

 

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Barron County Recreation
 
 
1418 LaSalle Ave.
 
 
Barron, Wi 54812
 
 
715-537-6295
 

 

 

 

 

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