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Emily Lake Campground
Open year round. Located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest on Emily Lake. 11 rustic campsites located on undeveloped lakeshore and overlooking 26-acre Emily Lake with northern pike, crappie, perch, and panfish. Each campsites has a parking spur, fire grill, and picnic table. Picnic area, drinking water - well, vault toilets, and a boat landing for non-motorized watercraft provides access for canoeing, swimming, and fishing. Emily Lake supports a good panfish population. Walk in winter camping, no plowed roads or services.
From the intersection of Hwy. 13 & Hwy. 70 in Fifield drive east on Hwy. 70 22.3 miles to FR 509 (Chippewa Trail). Turn left (north) and continue on FR 509 3.1 miles to FR 142. Turn right (east) on FR 142 and drive 0.2 miles to FR 1178. Turn left (nor
- On Water
- Pets Welcome/Inquire
Number of Campsites
- Northern Pike
- Inland Lake / River
Natural Attractions Type
- Parks, Forests, Trails
Dining: Near Emily Lake Campground