Franklin Lake Campground

To find Franklin Lake Campground, follow the Heritage Drive Scenic Byway to one of the most popular camping areas in the Nicolet located on the shores of crystal-clear Franklin Lake. This 881-acre lake provides excellent swimming, boating, and fishing. Historic stone and log structures and campsites mixed with tall pines and hemlocks are perched near the lake’s edge–a beautiful setting for this campground that is on the National Registers of Historic Places. An interpretive center and naturalist programs are featured throughout the summer. In addition,¬†a one-mile interpretive trailwhich passes Butternut Lake is available for every season. Numerous other trails are nearby, including the¬†Hidden Lakes Trail¬†connecting to¬†Luna-White Deer Campground, as well as¬†a six-mile trail¬†to¬†Anvil Lake Campground.

Price Details

$15 per night


Web address: http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/cnnf/recreation/camping-cabins/recarea/?recid=27865&actid=29
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Phone: 715-362-1300

Address: FR 2181, Eagle River, WI, 54521
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Ideal for: Families, Couples, Girls Weekend, For the Guys, Seniors, Active, Nature Lovers

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall

Property and Accommodation Detail: Campground-Public, On Water, Disabled Access, Swimming- Lake, pond, river, etc.

Listed by: Lynn

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