Tucked in a forest of pines, evergreens and hardwoods, Twin Lakes campground overlooks the sparkling blue Twin Lake, offering a secluded oasis for both tent and RV campers.
Boating and fishing are popular activities on the lake, with excellent trout and pan fish available.
The area holds many opportunities to encounter rare species of fish, wildlife and plants. Bird watching, nature study programs and viewing the vivid fall foliage are also among popular activities for visitors.
Nearby hunting opportunities for big game, upland game birds, waterfowl and small game, exists across the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Fishing for trout or other game fish is available in any of the 600 available lakes or 1,200 miles of stream.
For hiking enthusiasts, 800 miles of trails are located throughout the north woods. For those that enjoy quiet places, the forest contains five designated Wilderness areas and several semi-primitive non-motorized areas. Motorized recreation is also available to the public, with approximately 300 miles of designated trail winding through the diverse landscape.
Twin Lakes is 19-acres in size and has a boat ramp for activities like canoeing and fishing. The campground is adjacent to the Round Lake Non-motorized area for biking and hiking. Grills, drinking water and vault toilets create an ideal atmosphere for parties and family get-togethers.
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest covers more than 1.5 million acres of Wisconsin's Northwoods. The sparse population of the area and low visitor use, make the wild and scenic beauty of the forest that much more enjoyable. Hundred of miles of maintained trails make this area a hikers paradise.
The pristine Twin Lake provides a breathtaking backdrop for a traditional camping experience.
Park Falls, located just over 20 miles away, offers historical attractions, museums and restaurants-perfect for a day trip.
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What a wonderful place to relax! Some sites by the lake have good views but all are nice. Sites on the forest side had longer grass. A pump house is a source for fresh drinking water. Two vault toilets are really clean and surprisingly bug free.
The forest road is mostly paved with only a short stretch of smooth gravel. We passed by many small lakes and other wet/pond areas. This must be a factor in the large number of mosquitoes here. A boat launch is right in camp. The only other campers are a family who brought their own trailer of canoes. A hiking trail starts at the entrance and goes around Round Lake. An informative sign maps the route. We saw deer and fawn, rabbits and so many mallards in a couple hikes.
This is a wonderful spot but bring something to keep the mosquitoes at bay.