Lake County Park and Campground-The
campground is located on the east
side of Coon Fork Lake, and is for
use by registered campers and their
guests. Currently full access camping
fees are charged from May 1 through
September 15. Facilities include:
a boat landing (only electric trolling
motors are allowed on the lake); dumping
station; a swimming beach; volleyball
court; playgrounds; toilet facilities;
water pumps; two shower buildings;
hiking trails, and boat and canoe
rentals. Reduced rates are charged
the rest of the year with limited
facilities available.There is a total
of 88 campsites in loops A, B, and
C. Of those 54 are reservable (5 barrier-free
with electricity, 12 lakeside, 22
electric, 15 non-electric) and 34
non-reservable (10 electric, 12 lakeside,
and 12 non-reservable). Each campsite
is provided with a picnic table, trash
bag, fire ring, and bench. Check out
time for all campsites is 3:00 p.m.
in 2002, this "BIG RIG FRIENDLY"
loop contains 20 larger campsites
for use by self-contained camping
units only. A self-contained camping
unit is defined as "A camping
unit that contains at a minimum a
water storage facility and toilet
facility that discharges to a liquid
waste holding tank that is an integral
part of the unit or to a sewage disposal
system." Each site has 50 amp
electric service and water hook-ups.
Sixteen sites are reservable (includes
9 pull through with one being barrier-free)
and 4 non-reservable (includes 1 pull-through).
Sites-Six barrier-free campsites are
available for use by disabled persons.
These sites are reservable and have
electric hookups, elevated fire rings/cooking
grates, wheelchair accessible picnic
tables, and hard surfacing. These
six sites will be available for use
by people without disabilities only
after all other sites are filled.
The last two sites may be subject
to a one-night stay if a disabled
person makes a request by noon of
the next day. The last site must then
be vacated by 3:00 p.m.From
Augusta go 1 mile east on US HWY 12
then left onto CTH CF 5 miles to this
383 acre park. The park is approximately
30 miles from Eau Claire.
the Eau Claire River, giving this
43 acre park many scenic views. This
park is for those who enjoy the quietness
of nature, with no electricity or
running water. The park offers facilities
to accommodate the family or large
group gatherings including a large
reservable open shelter and ball field.
Because of its access to the Eau Claire
River, fishing and canoeing are favorite
pastimes for many park visitors.The
campground is for use by registered
campers and their guests. The campground
includes 27 campsites, playground
equipment, picnic tables, fire rings,
firewood, pit toilets, and a hand
pump for drinking water. There are
nightly and weekly camping rates.
The maximum length of stay on a campsite
is fourteen nights.This
is a self-registering campground.
Registration forms and instructions
are located near the entrance of the
campground. Registration must be completed
within 30 minutes of occupying a campsite.
From Augusta take US HWY 12 west 2
miles and turn right onto CTH AF for
3 miles to CTH HHH then 0.25 miles
to the park entrance
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