Beaches

public beaches

Big Falls County Park

Located in the town of Seymour, the trails at Big Falls cut through mixed coniferous/ hardwood forest on either side of County Highways Q and K.

off both County Hwy Q and County Hwy K , Eau Claire

Beaches

The Bottoms

If you’re looking for a pristine beachscape, or a chill secluded place to camp, nothing beats The Bottoms. Once you make your way along the dirt path toward the water, the beach stretches for about a mile along the Red Cedar River in the shadows of a walking bridge from the Red Cedar Trail. The sand is soft, the water is cool, and half the fun is in finding it. Once you’re there, it’s the ultimate oasis for a sun-soaked getaway right here in the Valley.

Put "524th Street/Dunnville Rd" into Google Maps, Menomonie

Attractions Beaches

Harstad County Park

The campsites at Harstad Park overlook the Eau Claire river, and fishing and canoeing are popular past times at the beach.

off County Hwy HHH, Augusta

Beaches

Otter Lake County Park

It has 22 well-spaced campsites, a playground, picnicking, swimming and a boat landing. The shoreline of much of Otter Lake is undeveloped and provides an attractive, wilderness-type setting. Central location for water, electricity available on all sites and pit toilets. No showers or dump station.

35309 170th Ave, Stanley

Beaches Campgrounds Camping

Ray's Beach

Located on the south side of Lake Wissota off of County Highway X, this newly developed beach provides a sandy beach, picnic areas, restrooms and is handicap accessible.

18124 County Highway X, Chippewa Falls

Attractions Beaches

Skoolz Bay

Skoolz Bay, also known as Moon Bay, is located on Lake Wissota. It is a popular spot for families who are looking for a dual purpose location to unload a small group to play on the beach while the rest of your crew wake boards and wake surfs. It is located just south of where the Yellow River merges into Lake Wissota.

Lake Wissota, Chippewa Falls

Beaches Attractions