Pavilion Enclosed pavilion available for rental seven days per week on a first-come, first-served basis from May through September each year. Pavilion amenities include two cook stoves, two refrigerators, a long buffet counter with outlets for serving, hot and cold running water and sink for cleanup. Indoor seating capacity for approximately 60 individuals and additional outdoor seating for more than 200. Outside and adjacent to the pavilion are two permanent charcoal grills, horseshoe pits, and a playground. Call the City Clerk's office at 715.732.5140 for reservations Camping Overnight camping available in designated area west of the pavilion. Visit the City Park Camping section for more information.
Enclosed Pavilion Enclosed pavilion available for rental seven days per week on a first-come, first-served basis from May through September each year. Pavilion amenities include a large cooking range, refrigerator/freezer, a long buffet counter with outlets for serving, hot and cold running water and sink for cleanup. Inside seating capacity for approximately 60 individuals and additional outdoor seating for more than 200. Outside and behind the pavilion a large charcoal grill is available along with a nearby playground. Call the City Clerks office at 715.732.5140 for reservations Open Pavilion An open sheltered pavilion with picnic tables is available for rental seven days per week on a first-come, first-served basis from May through September each year. Electrical outlets are available. Call the City Clerks office at 715.732.5140 for reservations.
Located on Timm's Lake, six miles east of Pembine. In 1958, Marinette County accepted responsibility for developing the park from local youth and civic groups. The Park was named after James C. Morgan, a County Board Member who was particularly active in establishing the Marinette County Forest. Morgan Park provides a 44-site campground on Timms Lake in the middle of Marinette County Forest. All campsites have electricity (16 sites can be reserved and 16 sites are available on first come, first serve basis). A dump station and firewood is available. A large group campsite and an enclosed, log day use lodge is also available by reservation. Opens May 1, Closes the end of November after the Deer Gun Season. Important note: Depending on the weather, anytime after Oct. 1st the water tower & dump station may have to be shut down for the season- please call the Parks Office before you come! Address Morgan Park 19882 Timms Lake Road Niagara, WI 54151 Location Area Northeast Marinette County on the shore of Timms Lake in the Town of Niagara. Turn east on County Hwy. R (Kremlin Road) from US-141 on north edge of Pembine, follow County Hwy R 6 miles, then north 1 mile on Timms Lake
Goodman Park has a 15-site campground on the Peshtigo River in the heart of the Marinette County Forest. The campground has firewood for sale, vault toilets, a dump station, and a potable water tower for campers. Water is also available at a hand pump. A large group campsite is available by reservation. Also available by reservation is an enclosed, log day use lodge and a cabin available for overnight stays. Goodman Park offers a bridge over Strong Falls on the upper Peshtigo River along with numerous nearby streams provides trout fishing. There is an ATV and snowmobile trail access spur that connects the trail system with the park. Opens May 1, Closes the end of November after the Deer Gun Season. The park was dedicated in 1938 to R. B. Goodman who labored unselfishly to develop and perpetuate new forest and park lands.
(320 Acres) 3 Thunder River waterfalls can be viewed at the scenic day use picnic area. Offers a bridge over the upper waterfall, a pool at the bottom of the falls, trout fishing, camping, playground, and a large picnic area. 15-site rustic (no electricity) campground on the Thunder River. Water is available at a hand pump. Opens May 1, closes after deer season.
This park has four bridges over rapids on the upper Peshtigo River, trout fishing, many great picnic spots, camping, and an interesting hardwood-hemlock timber stand. The 10-site rustic(no electricity) campground is located right along the Peshtigo River. Park has two entrances the day use picnic area is located about 1/2 mile north of the campground. Campground is now providing direct ATV trail access. Water is available at a hand pump. Is also known as the "bridge park". Four laminated, wood bridges are located over rapids in the upper Peshtigo River in northwestern Marinette County. It is a beautiful place to take pictures and have a picnic. Camping is also available. The park lands were purchased from Eleanor McClintock in 1936. Location & Directions Northwestern Marinette County on the Peshtigo River, Town of Silver Cliff. From US-141 at Wausaukee go west on County Hwy C for 20 miles, then north 5 miles on Parkway Road (County I). Located 4 miles south of Goodman Park.
At this park, take a scenic hike and view the beautiful 50 foot Long Slide Falls of the Pemebonwon River. From pembine, go north on Hwy. 141 four miles to Morgan Park Road. Turn east and travel two miles to the park. Continue on Morgan Park Road to a sign showing the turnoff to Long Slide Falls. A parking area is provided. The falls is about a 1/4 mile walk on a nice walking trail. The falls drop about 50 feet through unique rock formations. It's a magnificent scene.
Lake Noquebay is popular year round with boating, fishing, snowmobiling, and water-skiing. Lake Noquebay County Park lies on the south shore of the lake and includes picnic areas with grills, a playground, restrooms, a boat launch, a sandy beach, and changing booths for swimmers. The Crivitz Ski Cats Water-ski Club performs weekly in the summer. Fish species include bluegill, crappie, bass, walleye, northern pike, trout, rock bass, perch, and musky. The lake is well noted for its "huge" bluegills. Lake Noquebay Park-Children can swim safely on the south shore, where the water is shallow and a bathhouse is located close to the beach. Picnic facilities and a boat landing are provided. From the intersection of Hwy. 141 and Cty. W in Crivitz, take Hwy. W east two miles to Cty. GG. Follow GG four miles northeast. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, toilets, swimming, beach, dressing rooms, baseball, volleyball, playground, boat landing.
Because it gets little use this park and its water have remained relatively pristine. Picnic here, enjoy the river, or launch a boat. Take Hwy. 180 north 13 miles from Marinette to its intersection with Cty. X. Picnic tables, picnic shelter, outhouses, hiking, playground, boat landing.
This tiny park offers swimming on Newton Lake. From Crivitz, travel west on Cty. A through its curve to the north. Continue for a total of 15 miles on A to Orlando Road. Turn west and go one mile to Newton Lake Road. Turn north and go 1/4 mile to the park. Outhouses, swimming, beach.
Built in 1956 and 1957 in the center of the County's largest forest plantation. The construction work was done by the Marinette County Forestry Department. Old time river drivers, who helped move the pine timber logged in the area named the falls by the distance the river dropped over the rock edge. Rustic camping sites are located near the reflecting pool of the falls.
This park, less rustic than the others, receives heavy use for water skiing and power boating on the Peshtigo River's High Falls Flowage. Campers can choose from 62 sites with electricity. From Wausaukee, take hwy. 141 south to Middle Inlet. Turn west on Cty. X and travel 16 miles to Parkway Road. Turn north and travel 1/4 mile to the park. Picnic tables, outhouses, tent sites, trailer sites, swimming, beach, dressing rooms, playground.
This park is an undeveloped 160 acre area in the town of Stephenson. The park provides scenic views, peace and quiet. From Crivitz, take Hwy. W west 14 1/2 miles to Cauldron Falls Road. Turn north and go three miles to Thunder Mountain Road. Turn west and go one mile to the mountain.
Old Veterans Lake is a 11 acre lake located in Marinette County. It has a maximum depth of 18 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public beach. Fish include Panfish.
Left Foot Lake is a 86 acre lake located in Marinette County. It has a maximum depth of 65 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing. Fish include Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike. The lake's water is moderately clear.