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Beaches Beaches

Parks Bass Lake Beach

Wheeler Lake Beach

Bass Lake Beach is located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and is a peaceful spot to spend the summer afternoon. There is a nominal carload fee for use of the park. The 145 acres of clear water provides a great swimming area for the family and includes picnic tables and a bath house. Directions: North of Mountain, go West on HWY 64 approximately 6 miles to County T. Turn right or north on T & follow signs to Bass Lake.

Wheeler Lake is a 281 acre clear lake located in the Nicolet National Forest. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing and a sandy beach. There is a nominal carload fee for use of the park. Wheeler Lake Beach is located off County F.

A hidden gem, City Park is a 24-acre park located on the shore of Green Bay with 700 feet of water frontage. City Park offers restrooms and two large pavilions great for picnics, special events, parties or reunions. You’ll also find playground equipment, horseshoe pits, two sand volleyball courts, fire pits, and nine newly constructed campsites for first come first serve campers. Enjoy a peaceful day on the sandy beach or take a swim in the Bay of Green Bay. Located on County Road N.

Photo Credit: Elizabeth Coshenet

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Oconto Falls maintains two public beaches on the Oconto River. One is located on the West side (West Side Beach) and the other on the East side (East Side Beach) of the City. Both feature sandy beaches that are great for swimming. Pavilions and picnic areas are available at both locations. The East Side Beach has a fully accessible and well-maintained boat launch area for boaters and fishing enthusiasts.

BEACHES

NICOLET NATIONAL FOREST

Oconto City Park Beach

Oconto Falls Beaches

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Photo Credit: Elizabeth Coshenet

Photo Credit: Elizabeth Coshenet

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Profile for Oconto County

2019 Oconto County Discovery Guide  

2019 Oconto County Discovery Guide  

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