Gilman Village Park
When visiting the Gilman area enjoy the many recreational activities and historical points of interest and camp at the area campsites. The beautiful Gilman Village Park and the Chippewa Campground both offer accommodations to make your experience a great one!
- Shelter House
- Public Bathrooms/Pit Toilets
- Camp Sites
- $5.00 per Site
- No Reservations
Another area campground located nearby is the Chippewa Campground, part of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and located on the Chequamegon Waters Flowage. This 78-unit campground is situated along the eastern shores of the 2,714-acre Chequamegon Waters Flowage. Campsites can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet. Two swimming beaches, a boat ramp, playground, trailhead for the Perkinstown Motorized Trail, trailer sanitary station, and fish cleaning station are provided. Campsites include a parking spur, fire grill, picnic table, and tent pad. Three campground loops have hot showers and flush toilets, and one loop has accessible vault toilets and running water. Campsites may be reserved through a campground reservation system.
- Fees: $12-$28
- Closest Towns: Gilman, Jump River, Medford
- Water: Drinking Water
- Restroom: Flush/Vault
Chequamegon National Forest
Gilman is near the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest that is known for great camping, hiking, fishing and hunting. The Chequamegon and the Mondeau Flowages as well as numerous smaller lakes are known for their great fishing and scenic beauty.
Miller Dam Recreational Area
Chequamegon Waters is created by Miller Dam on the Yellow River in Taylor County, Wisconsin and is used for recreation and fish and wildlife protection purposes. Construction was completed in 1967. At normal levels it has a surface area of 4.7 square miles. It is owned by Taylor County.
Ice Age Trail
The Ice Age Trail, the longest unbroken stretch of the National Scenic Ice Age Trail, also passes through some of the most scenic areas of the Chequamegon National Forest. It offers some of the best hiking in the state.