CLAM DAM PARK-Located
three miles east of Highway 35 between Webster
and Siren. Facilities include a picnic area
with outdoor grills, picnic tables, shelter,
well, rest rooms and fishing benches along
the Clam River. Canoe landing is located
along the bank on the south side of the
river, east of the dam. Access to park from
Peterson Road or from Pike Bend Road. Take
Hwy, 35 north of Siren to Krueger Rd, go
1 mile to Pike Bend Road and turn left.
Take Pike Bend Road to South Dam Road. Picnic
tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, boat
CLAM FLOWAGE ACCESS-Rest
room. Boat and canoe landing on east side
of the Clam Flowage. Access from Cutler
Road. From Danbury take County F west to
South River Road Go south 1 1/2 miles to
Cutler Road, then go west 1/2 mile. Outhouses,
on the west shore of Deer Lake, seven miles
east of Highway 35 & 77 intersection
then north of 77 on West Deer Lake Road,
approximately one mile. Boat ramp, picnic
table and grill.
DEVILS LAKE BEACH-Located
four miles northeast of Webster on the northeast
shore of Devils Lake. Facilities include
a swimming beach, bath house, rest rooms,
and a boat launching area with a handicapped
dock. From Webster, take Hwy. 35 north to
County C. Go east on C to Devil's Lake Road.
Outhouses, swimming,beach, dressing rooms,
EAGLE LAKE ACCESS-Access
is located on Look Creek down stream from
Eagle Lake in Section 34 of East Swiss,
off Eagle Lake Road. Canoe and small boats
only. From Danbury, take Hwy. 35 north to
Lake 26 Road Go to Eagle Lake Road and turn
right. Boat landing only
GODFREY LAKE ACCESS-Two
miles east of Hwy. 35 on Godfrey Lake Road,
just north of Polk Co. line. Steep landing
suitable for small boats and canoes. Parking
limited to a couple vehicles. Take Hwy.
35 just north of Polk County to Godfrey
Lake Road and go east two miles. Boat landing
two miles north of Webster on the east shore
of Yellow Lake.Facilities include a picnic
area with grill, rest rooms and a boat launching
area with a dock. Large parking area.This
park is adjacent to the Gandy Dancer Trail.
Take Hwy. 35 two miles north of Webster
to Jeffries Lake Road. Picnic tables, outhouses,
LAKE 26 PARK-Located
seven miles east of Danbury on the northeast
shore of Lake 26.Facilities include a swimming
beach, rest rooms, picnic area with outdoor
grills, and boat launching area, a handicapped
dock, and parking lot.A 20 station nature
trail is also adjacent to this park. Take
Hwy. 35 north from Danbury to Lake 26 Road.
Go east past Eagle Lake Road to Elliot Johnson
Road and turn right. Picnic tables, outhouses,
swimming, beach, nature trails, boat landing.
McGRAW LAKE ACCESS-Located three
miles east of Highway 35 on St. Croix Trail.
Limited to canoes and small boats. Take
Hwy. 35 north from Danbury across the St.
Croix River. Turn right on St. Croix trail
and go 2 1/2 miles to the access. Boat landing
MALLARD LAKE ACCESS-
Boat landing on the southeast shore of Mallard
Lake. Located an the south east shore of
Mallard Lake off of Norman's Landing Road
in the Town of Sand Lake. From Siren, go
north on Hwy. 35 to Hwy. 70. Take 70 east
to County X. Take X to Emerson Road and
go north 1 3/4 miles to Gaslyn Road Turn
right and turn right again on Mallard Cut-Across
Road and right again om landing Road. Boat
between Webster and Siren on the east side
of Highway 35. The Park features a picnic
area with outdoor grills, picnic tables
including a wheelchair accessible picnic
table and rest rooms; a 40 x 50' stone and
log park shelter, and a canoe access and
about 1/2 mile of river frontage along the
Clam River. Take Hwy 35 north from Siren.
Signs indicate the exit to the park, located
on the east side of Hwy. 35. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, outhpuses, boat landing.
MINERVA DAM AND
CANOE ACCESS-Located 1-1/2 miles
east of Danbury on Loon Creek. The dam controls
the water levels on the Loon Creek Flowage
and Minerva chain of lakes. Offers shore
fishing as well as canoe access above and
below the dam. Small parking lot located
at the north end of Flowage Drive.
RALPH LARRABEE PARK-Located
approximately 1-1/2 miles south of Danbury
on the north east shore of Round Lake. This
land was donated so that families would
have a recreational area with a natural
swimming beach. This park is adjacent to
the Gandy Dancer Trail. From Danbury take
Hwy 35 south to Round Lake Road and go about
200 yards. Swimming, beach.
RAY AND EVELYN PARDUN
MEMORIAL ACCESS-This parcel of
land was donated to the county by the Ray
Pardun Estate. Located on the Yellow River
between Danbury and Webster, south of Glendenning
Road, east of Glendenning Bridge. Rustic
canoe landing and small parking area. Take
Hwy. 35 north from Webster to Glenndennig
Road and turn left. Boat landing only.
on Wood Lake, this park's picnic area includes
a grill, picnic shelter and a whell accessable
picnic table. Take Hwy. 70 south to Cty.
Y and go south two miles. Picnic tables,
picnic shelter, outhouses, dressing rooms,
playground, boat landing.
YELLOW LAKE NARROWS-Located
between Big & Little Yellow Lakes, picnic
tables, fishing benches, and boat landing.
From Webster Lake take Hwy. 35 north to
Cty. U Go 2 1/2 miles on U to North Lake
Road and then south to Park Streetr and
go 1/2 mile to Yellow Lake Road. Turn left.
Picnic tables, boat landing.