Wood County Park and Forestry
Wood County Courthouse
Office Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm M-F
Reservation Hours: 9:00am - 3:00pm M-F
Phone: (715) 421-8422
Wood County offers visitors a variety of activities at any of our 7 recreational
parks, 3 rivers, many lakes, 38,000 acres of county forest land, and 18,500 acres
of Wood County State Wildlife Area.
While in Wood County you can enjoy yourself year-round with all types of outdoor
fun ranging from ice-fishing to frisbee golf.
For information on what Wood County has to offer contact the Wood County Park and
Park and Forestry Announcements
All trails are open at this time, however, trails may close at ANY TIME due to deteriorating trail conditions.
Depending on where you are in the County, some clubs are still grooming and some are not. Please use caution while on the trails as some ice crossings are starting to become unstable. Use caution in the Rudolph area as Oak and Robin Rd has NO SNOW COVER which makes for a rough ride on dirt. DON'T GO LOOKING FOR SNOW...STAY ON THE TRAIL OR TRAILS WILL BE CLOSED!!!!
Are you interested in Wildlife and what happens to it in our area? Do you want a way to voice your opinion on how it should be managed?
If so, then WE WANT YOU.....to join the Wood County Wildlife Area Advisory Committee.
This Committee currently has (1) opening for a 3 year term. This Committee meets 4 times a year in January, April, July, and October on a Tuesday evening at the Sandhill Wildlife Area.
If you are interested, please fill out the attached form and mail it back to the Wood County Park & Forestry Department.
Powers Bluff Long Range Plan
This is a .pdf file and is very large. It may take a few moments to download.
Pets In The Parks
Per our ordinance 600.08 (1) Pets.
-It shall be unlawful for any person to allow pets to enter any public building, bathing beach, picnic grounds, or playgrounds within any County Park, or to run at large at any time on County Park grounds.
-In other County Park areas and campgrounds pets are permitted provided they shall at all times be kept on a leash not more than 10 feet long. All pets shall be effectively restrained or under the owner's control at all times. No person shall allow his pet to deprive or disrupt the enjoyment or use of any area by others.
-Pet owners are required to immediately clean up after their pets.