Mineral Lake

Marengo, Wisconsin

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Overview

We apologize, this campground is currently closed.

Recreation

Boating, swimming and fishing are popular activities among visitors. A boat ramp to the lake is provided off of Forest Service Road 187, about a mile from the campground.
Anglers can expect a catch of a variety of freshwater lake and river species, including musky, bass, walleye and pan fish. Eagle watching is also a popular pastime.
The forest is home to hundreds of miles of off-road vehicle, hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as numerous lakes, ponds and rivers to sink a line or launch a boat. Access to the North Country National Scenic Trail, which traverses thousands of miles from New York to North Dakota, is available nearby.

Facilities

Natural Features

The 256-acre Mineral Lake is surrounded by a mixed hardwoods forest. Several campsites overlook the lake and the area is home to a variety of birds, including eagles, and plentiful wildlife.

Nearby Attractions

Morgan Falls and St. Peter's Dome, the highest peak in the forest, are both located nearby and make excellent day trips.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike to Morgan Falls

    It's a easy hike to the waterfall being only 1.2 mile round trip, but traveling to the waterfall might take time as it's fairly remote. There is a $5 daily park fee.Directions can be complicated depending on which direction you are coming from, so...

    1.2 miles

  • Hike to Red Granite Falls

    Starting at the parking lot for Loon Lake, follow the signs for Red Granite Falls across a grassed yard and into the woods. The trail is a wide, well-maintained gravel trail that creates a figure-eight loop as it crosses itself twice. Halfway alon...

    2.5 miles 100 ft gain

  • Hike to Copper Falls

    Coming into the park on Hwy 169, you will turn west/northwest into the park entrance. After passing the Ranger's Station you will follow the road (passing camp areas and showers along the way) all the way to the main parking lot near a concessions...

    2 miles 85 ft gain