Located approximately 21 miles from Medford, this campground is perched along the western shores of the Mondeaux Flowage. This 27-unit campground is the most popular on the Mondeaux Flowage. There is a boat access and many sites have small docks which can be used for fishing or landing a boat. The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is easily accessed from the campground. Drinking water, picnic shelter, and vault toilets are provided. Sites may be reserved through a campground reservation system.
$12 - $14
Campsite fee is $12, or $6 with use of Interagency Senior or Access Pass and lakeside campsite fee is $14, or $7. Interagency Pass discounts apply only to the fee for the campsite physically occupied by the pass holder, not to any additional fee or campsite(s) occupied by members of the pass holder's party.
The USDA Forest Service honors all four Interagency Recreation Passes that may be applied at National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Fish and Wildlife sites charging recreation use fees. Visit http://www.fs.fed.us/passespermits/rec-fee.shtml to decide which pass is right for you.
May 1 - October 31
Operation of all ATVs & UTVs are prohibited in campground Boat landing and parking for paying campers onlyFirewood Closure Order
Our firewood closure order prohibits the possession, storage, or transport of any firewood that originates from more than 25 miles from your campsite. Firewood certified by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Transportation and Consumer Protection can orginate from more than 25 miles from National Forest destination. Both certified firewood and Kiln-dried, untreated/unpainted/unstained/construction/dimensional lumber that is free of any metal or foreign substance is approved. Pallet boards are not approved.
Directions: Travel north from Medford on State Highway 13 for 4 miles, then turn left (west) on County trunk Highway M for 7 miles. Turn right (north) on County Trunk Highway E for 8.5 miles, then turn right (east) on Forest Road 106 and look for the entrance sign at the top of the hill.