Wazee Lake Recreation Area
Campground and Recreation Area. The former site of an iron mine, Wazee Lake attracts scuba divers due to its clarity. 15 miles of hiking/biking trails may give visitors a glimpse of two endangered species that inhabit the park: the timber wolf and the Karner Blue butterfly. 12 campsites, drinking water, boating (no motors), hiking, scuba diving. Fee or park sticker.
From the intersection of I-94 and Hwy. 54 in Black River Falls, go east on 54 for .4 mile, then east on West Bauer Road 3.8 miles, then south on South Brockway Road to the entrance.
- On Water
Adventure Sports Activities
- Rainbow Trout
Number of Campsites
Natural Attractions Type
- Parks, Forests, Trails
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