Coon Fork Lake County Park


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Campground Description

"The campground is located on the east side of Coon Fork Lake, and is for use by registered campers and their guests. Currently full access camping fees are charged from May 1 through September 15. Facilities include: a boat landing (only electric trolling motors are allowed on the lake); dumping station; a swimming beach; volleyball court; playgrounds; toilet facilities; water pumps; two shower buildings; hiking trails, and boat and canoe rentals. Reduced rates are charged the rest of the year with limited facilities available. "
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Posted by: Greg Heil on July 21, 2011
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    "Coon Fork County Park Campsite Reservation Application can be accessed from the link at the top of this page.

    Applications must be submitted to the Eau Claire County Parks & Forest Department at 227 1st Street West, Altoona WI 54720, and must arrive or be postmarked at least 10 days before the first night of the reservation. Reservations can be made in person or by mail. Full payment is required at time of reservation by either personal check or cash. Debit and credit cards are NOT accepted. Telephone reservations cannot be accepted.
    Applications must be on a department reservation form and must be accompanied by full payment. Electric fees will be charged whenever an electrical site is occupied regardless if electricity is used. Reservations are not valid unless confirmed in writing by the Parks & Forest Department.

    One person may submit applications for two sites per camping period. A separate application must be submitted for each site. The applicant must be a member of the camping party that will occupy one of the sites.

    A camping party is any individual, family, unorganized group, or juvenile group. A family camping party is parent(s) with their unmarried children and no more than two guests. An unorganized group is a camping party composed of five or fewer persons. A juvenile group is an established organization with at least one and no more than two adults for every ten juveniles.

    Applications will only be accepted for a minimum of two nights. The maximum length of stay is fourteen consecutive nights. The county does not require occupancy at anytime. The parks and forest department reserves the right to change the assignment of sites as necessary.

    The person to whom the campsite is registered will be held accountable for any violation that occurs at their campsite.

    No refunds for reservations fees will be made per 16.30.030 E of the County Code. "

    Camping Fees

    Campsite on Lake - $16.00 / night - $80.00 / week Campsite off Lake - $13.00 / night - $65.00 / week Electrical sites add $5.00 /night (No discount for weekly stay) Loop D Campsites - $23.00 / night - $125/ week (Includes water hookup & 50 amp electric) B

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    Reviews of Coon Fork Lake County Park

    Reviewed by Michael Wesle on May 10, 2012

    (1 out of 1 members found this review useful.) Reply to Review
    Not a bad park by any means. However I live in Northern Wisconsin and am "spoiled" by having dozens of state campgrounds and national forest campgrounds in my back yard. Compared to these campgrounds parks like Coon Fork seem almost like going to town. I prefer a more of the beaten path backwoods camping experience. However with that being said this is a great place to take the kids. Plenty of stuff to do. Every thing from swimming, biking, they even have some playground equipment. Overall not a bad place to go. It is always clean and stays pretty quiet. Lots of good memories from weekends spent exploring.
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    Reviewed by Greg Heil on July 21, 2011

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    This is one of the nicest campgrounds in Central Wisconsin and has a beautiful white sand beach!
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