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Solberg Lake County

Park & Campground

A premier northwoods campground and day-use park located on a 35-acre peninsula extending into Solberg Lake . This 60-unit campground accommodates RV's, trailers, tent trailers and tents. Solberg Lake is perfect for fishing, water skiing and swimming.  There is a beautiful beach on the southern most point surrounded by red pine.  The campground usually fills up on weekends Memorial Day through Labor Day & the weeks preceding and following the 4th of July.  



Solberg Park


Smith Lake County

Park & Campground

 This park, located southwest of Park Falls, consists of the forest and lakefront property surrounding Smith Lake, part of the Flambeau River, with river access to two canoe-in campsites (no fee) as well as the park and campground. There is ATV trail access to the Tuscobia State Trail via Omaha Road (approximately 1 mile) and to Park Falls Tuscobia Trailhead County Park (approximately 4 miles). Adjacent to this park are thousands of acres of industrial forest land and the Flambeau River State Forest . This campground can accommodate RVs, trailers, tent trailers, and tents.  


Smith Lake Beach

Big Falls County

Park & Campground

   This scenic river-edge park is located in the southwest corner of Price County along the South Fork of the Jump River. Flanked by tall white and red pine, the Jump River cascades around huge granite rocks and provides viewers with a "wild river" environment.


Big Falls



1. Vacant site is a campsite without a brown registration receipt with the proper date on the site marker and without any easily identifiable camping equipment in the site.

2. OCCUPY VACANT SITE. The camping unit or another piece of easily identifiable camping equipment such as camping chair, screened tent, boat trailer, etc. must be left in the site during your stay (do not leave unattended coolers)..

3. COMPLETE registration envelope; enclose proper fee and deposit in the metal box within 30 minutes.

4. DISPLAY the brown registration receipt on your site marker. This must have the correct date and site number. Remove the site marker registration receipt when vacating the site.

5. When in doubt as to whether or not a site is vacant, contact the caretaker.

NOTE: EACH FAMILY must pay a camping fee when occupying a site. One family per site. Additional family units may use the same site by paying an additional fee. A family unit is considered to include a parent or parents with their juvenile children.



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