Clark County offers nine campgrounds ranging from primitive to modern; ATV, horse riding, mountain biking and hiking trail access can also be found. Advanced reservations are welcome at Russell Memorial, Rock Dam, Snyder Park, Sherwood Park, Mead Lake Park, and Wild Rock Park Campgrounds while Levis Mound, Greenwood, and the Mead Lake Scout Camp Parks are occupied on a first come basis. Information can be found by clicking on your campground of choice. Campers can make reservations up to 400 days in advance (from the start date), and reserve for a minimum of two nights (three nights on holiday weekends).
Reservations must be made a minimum of three (3) days in advance; within three (3) days all unreserved campsites are first come first serve. *Please note that camping fees increase by $3.00 for Friday and Saturday nights for each unit from May 1st-September 30th at all campgrounds which accept reservations. Campground users will also see minimal fee increases to reservations in the 2018 camping season.
Occasional minimal fee increases are necessary to stay competitive with other area campgrounds, to combat inflation, and to provide the same level of service year in and out. All fee increases are approved by the Clark County Forestry and Parks Committee.
Please be sure to check that the site you select will work for your camping unit and also the dates that you are reserving are correct. Unless stated otherwise in the campsite description, fees for a single sleeping unit are charged per each campsite reservation.
If you have specific questions, please contact the Forestry and Parks Department business office at (715) 743-5140 Monday—Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Note: All Reservations are subject to Clark County Forestry & Parks “Camping Terms and Conditions” which is found online at http://www.co.clark.wi.us/DocumentCenter/View/1950.
Reservations lasting longer than 7 days are eligible for an "Extended Stay Camping Discount". All reservations lasting longer than 7 days also fall under guidance of the "Extended Stay Camping Policy" which is found online at http://wi-clarkcounty.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/1949.
Please use the following link for the range of allowable firewood: http://www.co.clark.wi.us/DocumentCenter/View/1787 .