Castle Rock County Park
Mauston, WI 53948
on Castle Rock Lake
From the West on I-90/94:
Take exit#61 at New Lisbon/Necedah. Turn left onto Hwy 80 and go over the Interstate.
Go about 2 miles on Hwy 80 to County A. Turn right on County A.
Go about 2.8 miles until the road makes a “T” at Hwy 58. Turn right (south) on Hwy 58.
Go about ˝ mile on Hwy 58.
You will come to a BP gas station/store on your right and Hwy G on your left. Turn left onto Hwy G. Go about 5 miles. The road will curve to the right. A big sign for Castle Rock County Park will be on your left at the curve. Turn left. The park will be the first road on your right. See “Once you arrive…” below.
From the East on I-90/94:
Take exit#69 at Mauston/Oxford. Turn left, onto Hwy 82 and go under the Interstate.
Once on Hwy 82, go to the 2nd set of lights, where the road makes a “T”. There is a Wal-Greens on the right. Turn right, onto Hwy 58, traveling north. You will pass Festival Foods on your right as you leave town and pass over the Interstate. Go about 5.8 miles on Hwy 58.
You will come to a BP gas station/store on your left and Hwy G on your right. Turn right onto Hwy G. Go about 5 miles. The road will curve to the right. A big sign for Castle Rock County Park will be on your left at the curve. Turn left. The park will be the first road on your right. See “Once you arrive…” below.
Once you arrive at the park, you will drive into the park and stop at the booth and get a self-registration card/envelope, unless the park office is open. From here on, driving is all one-way. Follow the signs that say “Area A,” “Beach,” “Picnic”. This means you are going towards the right. The road snakes around until you come to the bathrooms/shower building and concessions stand on the left and the “old” park office on the right. Straight ahead of you is “Area A” and several signs. One of those will be a “St. Croix Tearjerkers Welcome” banner. We set up in the area behind those signs. There is a tar road to the right and a dirt road to the left of this area. We camp in-between the roads. It is a bit back from the lake, but we like it because it can be rather chilly right on the lake.