Castle Mound
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Castle Mound

715-284-4103
www.dnr.wi.gov/topic/StateForests/blackRiver/camping.html
Hwy 54
Black River Falls
WI, 54615
Firewood is for sale at all three family campgrounds and both group camps.

Campsites that have been specifically modified to fit ADA accessibility standards are reserved for those with disabilities, unless stated otherwise.

Castle Mound family campground: One electric accessible site, accessible shower, paved walking path.
East Fork family campground: No accessible sites.

Indoor group camp: The cabin is ADA compliant but not reserved for campers with disabilities.

Outdoor group camp: No accessible sites.

Pigeon Creek family campground: One non-electric accessible site.

Reservations are accepted at all campgrounds. Make an online reservation or call 1-888-947-2757.
Castle Mound campground can be reserved from May 1 through early October. Pigeon Creek and East Fork campgrounds can be reserved from the Thursday before Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. The indoor group camp can be reserved year round, while the outdoor group camp can be reserved from mid-April through November 30. Outside of these seasons, campgrounds are first come first served if open.

Camping seasons

The indoor group camp is open year round. The outdoor group camp and East Fork campground are open from mid-April through the end of November. Pigeon Creek and Castle Mound are open year round, although only a few sites are plowed open.

Fees

A vehicle admissions sticker is required to camp at the family and group campgrounds. The current camping fees are updated annually. There are no fees for either backpack or hunter camping but filling out a free permit is required.

Safety precaution

The forest is open to small game and deer hunting. To ensure your safety during the hunting seasons, avoid wearing brown or white clothing while in the woods. Instead, wear blaze orange or bright colors, including a blaze orange hat. You can look up hunting seasons on the DNR hunting pages.

Campground types

Campgrounds come in a number of different categories. On one end of the spectrum, the campground is very developed with paved walking paths and modern plumbing. On the other end it could merely be a previously cleared tent pad with no bathroom or drinking water amenities.

Modern campgrounds provide showers, flush toilets and running tap water.

Rustic campgrounds provide only vault toilets and hand-pump wells for drinking water.

Primitive or remote campsites are a diverse group that can include any combination of the following amenities:

pit toilets;

open air toilets;

no toilets;

hand-pump drinking water wells; and/or

no drinking water access.
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