About Calumet County Parks
The Calumet County Parks Department consists of Calumet County Park, Ledge View Nature Center, Becker Lake Park, Brothertown Harbor, Stockbridge Harbor, Friendship State Trail, and the Fox River State Trail. The Calumet County Parks Department is also responsible for coordinating the snowmobile trail program in Calumet County and participates in the State Snowmobile Program. The primary geological feature Calumet County Park is known as the Niagara Escarpment. Our three harbors are all located on Lake Winnebago.
Calumet County Parks Department:
Calumet County Parks Department Office (Located in Calumet County Park, Stockbridge, WI)
N6150 County Road EE
Hilbert, WI 54129
Phone: (920) 439-1008
Fax: (920) 439-1009
Email: Parks General Email
Calumet County Park Map
NEW CAMPSITE RESERVATION POLICY
2015 Parks Department Rates
2011 Calumet County Outdoor Rec Plan
The Parks Department Office phone number also provides 24 hour information on the Parks Department when the office is closed
Parks Activity Line (920) 849-1494 (recorded messages only)
Calumet County Park
Calumet County Park is located northwest of the Village of Stockbridge, Wisconsin, on County Highway EE on the east shore of Lake Winnebago. Camping is available primarily from April 1 through Nov 1. We offer 71 sites, 59 of them being electric and 12 of them basic (no electricity). The electric sites have 20, 30 and some have 50 amp service. The padded sites accommodate RV’s up to 40 feet in length. We have several sites for "tents only" that are tucked into the woods. Many of our sites are along the lakeshore of Lake Winnebago. Winter activities at the park consist of sledding, snow tubing, ice fishing access to Lake Winnnebago and cross-country ski trails. In the late spring we open the bike trails. The park also provides hiking trials that go throughout the park.
2015 Camping Reservations
|Ledge View Nature Center
Has many different activities that include guided cave tours, a trip up the 60 foot observation tower, view the indoor static displays, enjoy the nature trails and participate in the many programs put on by the naturalist staff. The Friends of Ledge View is a group of dedicated volunteers that are involved in many facets of the nature center.
Click here to visit Ledge View Nature Center's webpage.
|Becker Lake Park
Is one of the newest additions to the Calumet County Parks Department. We have planted a prairie, over 300 trees, and constructed wetland areas.
Click here to see a map to Becker Lake Park.
||Brothertown Harbor and Stockbridge Harbor
Are very busy boating facilities in the summer and provide winter access to Lake Winnebago.
Click on the links below for an aerial view of the Harbors:
|Friendship State Trail
The Friendship State Trail that connects Brillion and Forest Junction along Hwy 10 was opened in late 2003. This trail was developed in partnership with the WI DNR, Calumet County and the Friends of the Friendship Trail.
This 4-mile trail passes through woods, scenic farmland and portions of the City of Brillion. The trail passes by Brillion High School and connects with the Fox River Trail in Forest Junction.
The trail can be used for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. No motorized vehicles are permitted during the hiking, biking, and horseback riding season.
|Fox River State Trail
A 13.5-mile multiple-use state recreation trail runs between Green Bay and Greenleaf. The southern portion of the trail south of Heritage Road is 7.7 miles long and permits horseback riding on bridle paths along side the trail corridor. Access to the trail is at Heritage Rd off of Cty Rd PP near De Pere and north of Forest Junction on Holmes Road. The horse trail and regular limestone trail briefly join to cross a waterway, but the rest of the horse trail runs parallel to the regular trail. The Fox River Trail connects with the Brown County portion of the trail at the Brown/Calumet County line then heads south to Ott Rd. just north of Hilbert. The trail from Center Road to Ott Road is closed for the deer gun hunting season. Please do not use that section of trail at all during that time period. The trail can be used for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. No motorized vehicles are permitted during the hiking, biking, and horseback riding season. In winter this trail is part of the Calumet County Snowmobile Trail. There is no charge for the Calumet County portion of the Fox River Trail.
We have been accepting 2014 camping reservations. We will only accept reservations by phone at 920.439.1008 or at the Parks Department Office. Payment in full is required at the time the reservation is made to hold the camping reservation.
The Calumet County Parks Department will be taking camping reservation starting at 8:30 a.m. on November 24, 2014 for Memorial Day weekend in 2015. Reservations can be made by calling our office at (920) 439-1008 or in person at the Calumet County Parks Office located at N6150 County Road EE. Campsites will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.
Annual Boat Launch Permits
The 2014 Annual Launch Permits are available at the Calumet County Park's Office and County Clerks Office.
The inaugural 3-County 2014 Lake Winnebago Boat Launch Permits are now available. The cost is $50 per permit. These permits will be honored at Winnebago County,
Fond-du-Lac County and Calumet County operated boat launches that are located on Lake Winnebago.
We also offer the 2014 Calumet County Annual Boat Launch Permit for $35 that is honored at Brothertown Harbor, Stockbridge Harbor and Calumet County Park Harbor.
Call the Calumet County Parks Department office at 920.439.1008 during normal office hours to purchase either launch permit. Credit card is required we will mail the permit.
You can also purchase either permit in person where we accept credit card, cash or check for payment.
Both permits are also available at the Calumet County Clerk's Office. However no credit card are accepted there.
Snow Tube Hill at Calumet County Park
The Calumet County Park Snow Tube Hill is our biggest winter attraction. You can enjoy the exhilarating ride down our hill after a relaxing peaceful ride up the hill on our tow.
The daily tube hill admission is $6.00 per person which includes tube. (Approximately 250 tubes are available) A deposit for the tube is also required.
A deposit can be one of the following items: $20, drivers license, or credit card. Deposit will be returned to you upon return of parks tubes.
Only tubes provided by the tube hill are permitted on the tube hill.
The hill is open on weekends from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM during periods of sustainable snow. We may also be open daily during the Christmas holidays if we have sustainable snow. We also provide one hill for use of your own sleds, snowboards and other non inflatable devices (no tow on that hill).
There are refreshments available at Coffee Tree Lodge on days that the tube hill is open.
You can also call the 24 hour Parks Activity Line at 920.849.1494 to obtain the latest recorded information. Conditions change rapidly so a call ahead may be worth your while. We do close when the wind chill reaches -20 degrees.