The public resources contributing to the Juneau County Forest and Park system provide a major component for addressing the ecological and socioeconomic needs of the community.
The mission of the Juneau County Land, Forestry and Parks Department is to manage, conserve and protect this natural resource base on a sustainable basis for present and future generations. To achieve the mission, the County Forest and Parks are managed in accordance with balancing local needs with broader State, National and global concerns through integration of sound forestry, wildlife, fisheries, endangered resources, water quality, soil conservation, and recreational practices.
As of September 2020, we are not allowing multiple camping units per camp site for the 2021 camping season. Only one camping unit per site. Please make reservations for the next year accordingly. This may change depending on the COVID-19 situation,but at this time no double-ups will be allowed. Thank you for you understanding.
Area C (Castle Rock Park) Area C is open to walk-ins only! If you are currently camping in area A or area B and would like to move to a different site, you will only be allowed to change sites to area C on Monday,Tuesday or Wednesdays by coming into the office. We will not make changes on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays to area C. You may not change to area C sites over the phone.
Beaches, playgrounds and shelters are open but please remember to social distance.