Dispersed
Group
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
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About Turtle Flambeau
Access
Boat In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Turtle Flambeau is located in Wisconsin
Latitude
46.0518 N
Longitude
-90.125 W
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5 Reviews of Turtle Flambeau
Site F17

F 17 is a island family site. It is a larger site with the addition of a picnic table

Site R27

R27 is a small rustic sight on an island within the Turtle Flambeau Flowage

True Up North!

Beautiful Up North Wisconsin! Over 300 islands, camp sites for groups, families and even a quiet area. Availability for gas, bait or a drink and meal. Diverse fishing, multiple wildlife for viewing and hiking trails. Amazing area with few houses along the water to keep that natural feel. If you love secluded camping along the water this is a must!

Camping with the bare Minimum

Take a canoe down the Turtle Flambeu Flowage and you will be surprised at how many campsites are available but also you will notice most times it's like having an Island to yourself. It is relatively easy to navigate but you may want a handheld GPS if your not the best at reading maps. I wouldn't count on your phone for service. You can easily find a map on the Wisconsin DNR Website which shows an abundance of campgrounds and coordinates. It is peaceful and relaxing watching the wilderness transform hourly around you or waking up and going to sleep with the song from the Loons. It can get a little loud on weekends when you have a Flowage full of campers as noise echoes off the trees water. If your real sensetive you might get annoyed by the sounds of boats which come and go often as this is a fishing hot spot as well as many campers have motor boats instead of canoes. Overall, when your out there your feel like your on your own little piece of paradise! This is definitely a camping getaway for the romantic or family fun adventure. Don't forget a water filter for drinking water and some toilet paper for bathroom uses. All sites have a pit toilet but be aware they are not covered and your literally sitting on a toilet seat in the middle of the woods. Wildlife is abundant with Bald Eagles, Loons, deer, coyotes, and sounds of wolves. I was lucky to enjoy nice weather but can imagine watching a beautiful rain storm passing through while sipping on a cup of coffee and living on Paradise Island! These islands are all first come first serve so you take your chances but there are plenty and I have been there in the middle of July with no problem finding one.

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Great place to get away

If your looking for camping in the woods and privacy this is your spot. The Turtle-Flambeau Flowage is a 12,942 acre lake, located in Iron County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 50 feet. Great fishing as well.