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Hines Park & Campground
Open May through early-October. Located on the east bank of the North Fork of the Flambeau River (bass, musky, walleye, suckers, red horse, northern pike); 9 paved RV sites (up to 45+ feet) with electric and water hookups, first come, first served; dump station nearby, year-round; tent camping is permitted in the designated adjacent grassy area; fishing pier, shore fishing, boat landing, canoe landing and boat dock all connected by a lighted walking trail. The adjacent recreation area offers a large, partially-enclosed, log pavilion w/stone fireplace, picnic shelter & kitchen area (call to reserve); picnic tables; grills; drinking water & flush toilets (May through the first week in October); horseshoe pits (bring your own horseshoes), basketball and volleyball area (bring your own balls), and playground equipment.
Hwy. 13 to Park Falls, then east on Hwy. 182 to Saunders Avenue.
- On Water
- Group Sites
Number of Campsites
- 9 paved sites
- Smallmouth Bass
- Inland Lake / River
Events: Near Hines Park & Campground