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Welcome to Juneau County Parks Reservations System! Below is a list of our Shelters. Please begin by selecting the Shelter you are interested in.
|Castle Rock Park Shelter
Juneau County Castle Rock Park is situated in a beautiful, wooded area on the 16,000 acre Castle Rock Lake .The park comprises approximately 160 acres and has 300 sites available for camping with 150 sites having electrical hookups. Each campsite has a fire ring and a picnic table. We welcome all types of camping units. Recreational opportunities available at Juneau County Castle Rock Park are swimming, boating, water-skiing, fishing, canoeing. playground equipment ,bathhouse, showers and dump station. For more detailed information and reservations contact the park at (608) 847-7089.
|Wilderness Park Shelter
Juneau County Wilderness Park is situated in a beautiful, wooded area on the 23,000 acre Petenwell Flowage .The park comprises approximately 70 acres and has 127 sites available for camping with 107 sites having electrical hookups. Each campsite has a fire ring and a picnic table. We welcome all types of camping units. Recreational opportunities available at Juneau County Wilderness Park are swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing, canoeing. playground equipment, bathhouse, showers and dump station. For more detailed information and reservations contact the park at (608) 565-7285.
Kennedy park lies along the banks of the Lemonwier River just north of New Lisbon. Camping is allowed in the park for a $5 overnight fee , self-registration is at the park entrance. Amenities include pit toilets, picnic shelter, playground, drinking water, and small boat launch on the river.
Kennedy Park hosts The Wisconsin Bowhunters Annual Shoot. The event offers a wooded archery course, food, drink, venders, and music at the shelter. Open to the public the event is usually the first weekend after Labor Day.
|Riverview Park Shelter
Riverview is a 80 acre park on the banks of the Wisconsin River. The park has a set of outhouses, shelter, fire ring, and a well. The primary use is for youth and non-profit groups however when not reserved the park is open to public use. The front gate remains locked when not reserved.
|Bass Hollow Shelter
This 295 acre recreation area offers beautiful views and trails in Wisconsin's unglaciated "coulee" region. The day use area has restrooms, playground equipment, and shelter available for rent. The approximately 3 mile trail winds through the hollow. Allow plenty of time if attempting this hike as the trail has many switchbacks and hilly topography. The trail is open to hiking and horseback riding. There is a small open shelter midway through the trail available for camping. The property is bordered on the north side by the undeveloped State Natural Area. The orchard near the lower parking area is open to the public for picking in season