Winnebago County

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

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County lake maps

 

Asylum Point Park-This 56 acre park, dedicated to wildlife habitat restoration, offers excellent shore fishing. Situated on the shore of Lake Winnebago, from lakefront to marshland to prairie. From Oskosh, take Cty. A north to Snell Road. Turn east and go 1/2 mile to Sherman Road. Turn south and continue to the park. Outhouses, toilets, boat landing.

 

Black Wolf Boat Landing/Nagy Park-This park provides access to Lake Winnebago and includes picnic facilities, a harboor and a a boat launch. From Oshkosh, travel south on Hwy. 45 for eight miles. Picnic tables, toilets, boat landing.

 

Boom Bay Boat landing-This landing derives its name from the rafts of logs or "booms" that logging companies once secured in a section of the bay north of the current launch area. The current landing opens onto the east side of Lake Poygan. From Neenah, take Hwy. 150 west past Winchester to Cty. M. Turn south and go 1/2 mile to Cty. MM. Turn west and continue to Richter Lane. Turn north and continue to the landing. Outhouses, boat landing.

 

Eureka Boat landing-A huge fishing site, this landing is especially popular in the spring, during the walleye and bass runs on the Fox River. Anglers also pursue catfish from a wharf along the shoreline or from boats, which can be launched from three ramps at the landing. From Omro, take Hwy. 21 west to Cty. K Turn south and continue to Eureka. The landing is off Hwy. K on the Fox River. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, boat landing.

 

Grundman Boat Landing and Park-Anglers and boaters can access this Lake Winnebago from this park, which offers three launch ramps and two docks. The landing provides access to some of the better walleye nad perch spots on the lake. The shoreline also creates a scenic picnic spot. From Oshkosh, take Cty. A north 3 1/2 miles past Winnebago. Turn east on Grundman lane to the landing. Picnic tables, outhouses, toilets, swimming, boat landing.

 

Lake Butte Des Morts Boat Landing-Popular for its fishing and boating access onto Lake Butte Des Morts, this landing provides a handicapped-accessible fishing pier, harbor and boat launch. From Oshkosh take Hwy. 21 west to Sandpit Road. Turn north and go one mile to Leonard Point Road. Turn west and go 1/2 mile to the landing. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, playground, boat landing.

 

Lake Poygan Boat Landing-This landing provides access to the south shore of Lake Poygan, which offers excellent fishing year-round. From Winneconne, take Hwy. B west eight miles. Picnic tables, outhouses, boat landing.

 

Lake Winneconne Park-A 28-acre site, this park is one of the most heavily used in the county. It offers access to Lake Winneconne from the beach and has an island-protected channel for overnite mooring. Located in Winneconne, the park can be reached by taking Hwy. 116 to 3rd Ave. Turn north on 3rd Ave and continue to the park. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, toilets, swimming, beach, dressing rooms, baseball, volleyball, playground, boat landing.

 

Waukau Creek Nature Preserve-This preserve features Waukau Creek, formerly known as Rush Creek. Densely wooded ravines slope into the floodplain, providing a naturally beautiful setting for a picnic or hike. From Omro, take Hwy. 16 south to Waukau. Go north on Dehli Road 1/4 mile past Hwy. K Picnic tables, outhouses, hiking, nature trails.

 

Winnebago County Community park-A complete recreational facility adjacent to the county fairgrounds, this park features two fishing lakes and a swimming beach. From Oshkosh, take Hwy. 45 north to Cty. Y. Turn east and go 1/2 mile. Picnic tables, picnic shelters, toilets, swimming, beach, nature trail, baseball, tennis, playgroung.

 

 

Winnebago County Parks Dept.

500 East County Road Y

Oshkosh, Wi. 54901

262-424-0042