Slip your boat into the water, take it out far enough to lose sight of the landing and look around, you're treated to a view of nature - of wild beauty and all its splendor. Tall stands of pine and birch crowd the shoreline, a pair of loons dive in a quiet bay, and high overhead, a bald eagle circles.
This view will remain. The rugged Turtle-Flambeau Flowage will not fall victim to fragmented development along its shores. The scenic beauty and wild character will be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
The Turtle-Flambeau Scenic Waters Area offers 66 remote campsites accessible by water only (6 new sites in 2010). The family campsites and two of the group sites do not require registration, a fee, or a camping permit. Six of the group sites are available by reservation only and require a fee.
Camping is allowed in designated campsites only. Designated sites all have a steel fire ring and an open air pit toilet and are identified with a site number. You MAY NOT establish new campsites or camp at undesignated sites. There is a ten day limit on camping at all campsites on the property. In addition, when you set up camp you must occupy the site the first night and you may not leave it unoccupied for more than one night thereafter (you may not leave unattended camping equipment to "save" a site).
Fifty-eight sites scattered throughout the property are designated family campsites. These sites are limited to a single camping party only. A single camping party consists of an individual, a family (parents, dependent children, and not more than two guests), or a group not exceeding six unrelated persons. Seventeen of the family campsites include a picnic table as well as the fire ring and open air pit toilet. These sites are designated with a letter "C" as the prefix to the site number.
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