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Smith Lake County Park & Campground
Open year-round. Located just 3 miles west of Park Falls, this 300-acre park is located on the Smith Lake section of the North Fork of the Flambeau River, with river access to two canoe-in campsites (no fee) as well as the park and campground; 30-unit campground; all sites have electricity, picnic tables & fire rings; fee required; no reservations – first come, first served; tents, trailers, and RVs up to 45+ feet; dump station, mid-April through mid-October; uncut wood is provided; open-air picnic shelter with electricity (can be reserved) and grills; flush toilet/shower building mid-May thru the last weekend in September; pressure water (faucet & drinking fountain) mid-April thru mid- to late-October, weather permitting; vault toilets, boat landing/dock, fishing, swimming area, horseshoe pits (bring your own horseshoes), hiking trail; ATV ramp; access to multi-use trails including the Tuscobia State Trail (allows ATVs and UTVs up to 65 inches from April 15 – Nov. 15), Flambeau River State Forest Trail (allows ATVs and UTVs up to 65 inches May 15 – Nov. 15), and the Flambeau Trail System & Solberg Trail (allow Off-road Motorcycles, ATVs, & UTVs up to 50 inches May 1 – March 14). (Winter camping, vault toilets, no plowed roads or services.)
Hwy. 13 to Park Falls. Take Hwy E west 2.5 miles to Omaha Road. Follow Omaha Road 1 mile south to the park & campground.
- On Water
Number of Campsites
Showers and Flush Toilets
Trail Length (miles)
- Blue Gill
- Northern Pike
- Smallmouth Bass
State and National Trails