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North Wood County Park Campground

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Park Address

7500 Park Lane
Arpin, WI 54410
Town of Richfield

Park Description

North Wood County Park is located 5 miles north of STH 73 & 80 on CTH A.

The park is located on 172 acres on the banks of the Yellow River. Two small artificial lakes created by dams on the river and a small pine-wooded island provide scenic beauty for the entire area.

One of the main attractions of the park is the 225 foot suspension bridge over the Yellow River. Other attractions include a frisbee golf course, stone shelter for rent and beach area. For more information about the enclosed shelter available for reservation, download the North Park Enclosed Shelter Brochure (PDF).

There are 99 campsites located at North Park, 78 of these are electrical. Shower facilities are available. There is a group site area that can be reserved. Please refer to the Camping Policies & Fees for full details and policies.

North Wood County Park Facilities

  • Camping
  • Campsites with Electricity
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Dump Station
  • Fire Wood
  • Ice
  • Wells
  • Fireplace/Grills
  • Playground Equipment
  • Picnicking
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Canoeing
  • Enclosed Shelter
  • Open Shelter
  • Nature/Hiking Trail
  • Disc Golf

High Water Entrance to Campground


  • Look for the sign directing you how to exit the road located on the ground by the entrance.
  • Go back out of the campground through the NORTH entrance.
  • Go North on CTH A about one mile
  • Take a left on CTH N and go approximately 1 mile West. You will go across the Yellow River Bridge.
  • After going over the bridge, take a left on Polish Road about 2 miles.
  • Take a left on Richfield Wood Road and continue until you come to a gravel road. This is the back entrance of the park.
  • You will need to take a right turn and go around the overflow area (the road is one-way) and find your site.