Pine Point County
Park is located on a peninsula
in 3900-acre Lake Holcombe. Many campsites
offer scenic vistas of Lake Holcombe. All
campsites, and the day use area, are entirely
wooded. Plenty of trees, a nice swimming
beach, and good fishing, make Pine Point
a popular vacation spot. The park is located
2.5 miles west of the Junction of County
Hwy. M and State Hwy. 27.
Otter Lake County
Park. This wooded park, with its
22 campsites, is situated on Otter Lake,
one of the finest fishing lakes in Chippewa
County. Walleye, bass, and pan fish abound.
A fine swimming beach, picnic area and boat
launch, along with a very scenic setting,
make Otter Lake one of our more beautiful
parks. Take County Hwy. H, 7.5 miles north
of Stanley to165th Avenue, and then 2.0
miles west to the park.
Park is located on the shores of
crystal clear Long Lake. Long Lake is popular
as a swimming, boating, and fishing lake,
with excellent walleye and musky fishing.
Though the clear waters make fishing challenging
at times. The park's well-manicured sites,
and open setting offer a nice view of Long
Lake. Long Lake is nine miles northeast
of New Auburn on State Hwy. 40.
Round Lake County
Park-. This park has one of the
finest natural beaches in the County, and
is one of our newest parks. It is located
on 216-acre Round Lake, in northwestern
Chippewa County's Township of Sampson, on
117th Street. Drinking water is available,
as well as, restroom facilities and changing
areas. You will also find a reservable picnic
shelter and a boat launch. For the fisherman,
Round Lake offers a good opportunity for
walleye, musky, and pan fish.