Flambeau River Canoe Campsites

Canoe campsites, rustic and improved, have been provided at strategic locations along the North and South Forks of the Flambeau River. There are many canoe camp areas on the river which are only available to river travelers.

Camper Responsibility

Your help in maintaining all of these campsites is needed. Please pack out all refuse. Please do not deposit litter in toilets. Downed or dead wood may be used for firewood. Do not cut live trees or shrubs. Please keep the sites neat and clean, the way you would like to find them.

Camp only at designated canoe campsites for one night only. Build fires only in approved fire rings provided. Use caution. Keep noise to a minimum – have respect for other river users.

Heavy Use Weekends
On heavy use weekends and holidays it is suggested that you plan short day trips on the river and camp at the larger campgrounds:
  • Connors Lake Campground
  • Hines Park
  • Lake of the Pines Campground
  • Smith Lake County Park and Campground
Reservations
Reservations are not taken at any of the free or fee required campsites. All camping is on a first come first serve basis. There are Price County lodging facilities located in towns near the river that take reservations.