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White Mound Park

Sauk County Wisconsin Official Website

An entrance fee is required. The daily rate is $4.00 and the annual fee is $20.00.

At 1,100 acres, the largest park, White Mound is a great treasure to the county. At the center of the park lies 104-acre White Mound Lake.

White Mound Park gets it's name from a vanished village located just south of the park. The village was named for the white look of the mounds of limestone found in the area.

An abandoned limestone kiln can still be found along one of our many hiking trails.

White Mound offers a variety of facilities for many activities, including:

  • camping
  • hiking
  • fishing
  • cross-country skiing
  • hunting
  • swimming
  • snowmobiling
  • horseback riding

Handicap accessible restrooms are provided. White Mound Park is located off Highway 23 between Reedsburg and Spring Green.

The park has a wonderful family style campground with 70 sites, 30 of which have electrical hookups. Pay showers, fire rings, picnic tables and water are provided. The camping season begins in April and closes in November, weather permitting. Campsite Reservation Forms are available below.

Our two shelters can be reserved for your next reunion or summer get-together for a small fee. Shelter reservation Forms are also available below.

Park picnic areas include grills, picnic tables, play areas and toilet facilities. The boat landing provides a great way to get out and enjoy the great bass and bluegill fishing experience on Lake White Mound. However make sure you have a trolling motor, because no gas motors are allowed on the lake.