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Each community throughout Washburn County offers a variety of parks, each unique in its own way. Some of these beautiful parks even offer camping amenities. To find out how to make camping reservations at one of these parks, visit the Camping Page, find the park you wish to stay at & the reservation information can be found on their listing. Visit for the afternoon, swim at the beach, or camp to your heart's desire! 

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Bluegill Village Park

Home to this Birchwood staple, "Billy the Bluegill". Birchwood Village Park offers a small picnic area with tables for all to use when visiting the area. Don't forget to snap a selfie with this landmark for the Bluegill Capital of WI! 

Doolittle Park

Located on beautiful Birch Lake, Doolittle Park offers a playground with a beach & swimming area, picnic pavilion, a boat dock area, as well as 40 campsites with full hookups. This park is a beautiful getaway right in Birchwood.

Sawmill Lake Park

Tucked away in the beautiful Washburn County wilderness, you will feel like you escaped to a mini boundary water area and it's just 8 miles North of Birchwood! There is an open shelter/pavilion, dock, fire rings, and 20 primitive campsites. 


Big Bass Lake Park

Located on Old Bass Lake, just east of Minong you will find a great little swimming area with a public beach. Pack a picnic and enjoy the beautiful lakeside at one of the picnic tables; there are also restrooms & a boat launch to take the fun on the water.

Children's Trout Fishing Pond

Just East of Minong on Hwy 77, near the Minong Ranger Station, you will find a small pond that is designated for trout fishing. There are a couple of docks to fish from or you can cast a line from the shore. The kids are sure to catch something & make the best of memories! 

Josiah Bond Park

This quaint little picnic area & beautiful green space serves as a memorial park for Josiah Bond. The official Wisconsin Historical Marker tells his story & how this park area was donated to the Town of Minong. You can find this park at the intersection of West 5th Ave & Old Hwy 53.

Minong Ball Fields

Throughout Minong you will find four ball fields. A full size field is located just south of Village Hall on Richards Ave. There is also a Little League Park just down the road & two more little league fields on Link St.

Minong Play Park

The Minong Play Park is just as fun as it sounds. There is a great playground area, a volleyball court, basketball court & a covered picnic pavillion. Across the grassway is one of the Little League fields.

Totogatic County Park

This beautiful county park is maintained by Washburn Co. Foresty. Located along the Minong Flowage, northwest of Minong you will find 75 campsites, a beach area, playground, fishing pier & so much more! 

Town Hall Recreation Area

Outside of Minong, on Nancy Lake Rd. is an open recreational area with outdoor seating. There is also a pavilion with picnic tables for your use & a playground to enjoy! 

Shell Lake

Memorial Park

Home to Shell Lake's Two-Tailed Walleye, Memorial Park is near the shores of beautiful Shell Lake. There are benches along the walkway to take in the view, as well as a pavilion & a stop on the Shell Lake Mosaic Tour.  

Shell Lake Beach

This is an ever so popular spot to enjoy the summer days. Aside from the sandy area, Shell Lake Beach offers a picnic pavilion, playground & sand volleyball court near the fishing pier. The swimming area also offers two swim rafts.

Tip Town

Tip Town offers lots of fun for everyone. Here you will find a little league baseball field, picnic pavilion, sand volleyball courts, basketball courts & tennis courts which can be used for pickle ball. This fun park is on the south edge of town.


Blooming Valley Ball Fields

These ball fields are located just a few miles North of Spooner off of Co. Hwy A. There are also a few picnic tables & bleachers at the edge of the fields.   

Centennial Park

 Right in the heart of Spooner's downtown area is where you will find this quaint park. It has a beautiful mural, benches & small picnic pavilion.

College Street Park (City Park)

This beautiful park located in the heart of Spooner hosts a bunch of different recreation options. You will find a playground with a pavilion, trails, & little league fields.

Dale & Vale Street Park

This small park on Spooner's Scribner hill has a playground for all to enjoy. There are also picnic tables & park benches to sit back and relax on. From the playground you can look down the hill and see most of Spooner's downtown.  

Eastland Addition Park

Tucked away on Spooner's north end of town is this large grassy park along with a sandy playground. At the edge of this wide open space is a skate park with a mini half pipe & ramps. There is also a covered picnic table area near the skate park.  

Merchant's Park

This beautiful baseball field is just "through the woods" from City Park. Throughout the summer months it hosts little league baseball & the city league men's team. To utilize this city field, one would need to contact the City of Spooner 715-635-2168

Spooner Dog Park

If you're looking for the perfect spot to bring your four-legged friend, look no further. Spooner Dog Park has a large fenced in area with plenty of room to roam & even a tunnel to play in.   

Triangle Park

Small but beautiful, this park is filled with lots of beautiful flowers courtesy of the Master Gardeners Club. You will find a picnic pavilion to sit & enjoy the beauty around you! 

Town of Spooner Memorial Park

Near the edge of Spooner Lake this beautifully wooded park has picnic tables for your use. You will also find some small charcoal grills throughout the park area to use. 

Veterans Memorial Park

This is such a beautiful tribute to our Veterans. The park not only has a picnic pavilion & fishing pier but also a replica of The Tomb of the Unknown Solider, as well as other tributes to the Armed Forces.

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Lions Park

Just outside of town is where you will find Lions Park with lots of room to enjoy. Throughout this area you will find a softball field, basketball court, pickle ball court, a large picnic pavilion and playground area.    

Wetland Park

 This beautifully wooded park area offers hiking trails that wind around and down to a wagon style bridge. While you're winding through the trails you will find a beautiful gazebo overlooking Stone Lake and the railroad yard. 



Earl Park Landing

Located along the shores of the Namekagon River: Wisconsin's Moving National Park is where you will find this primitive park. Aside from the landing to the river, you will find first come, first serve camping & picnic tables to enjoy the beauty of the river.    

Trego Town Park

 This park, also located along the Namekagon River, is just north of Trego off of Highway 53. Here you will find 50 campsites with full hookups, showers, a swimming area on the river and an area to picnic. This park opens at the beginning of May each year.  

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