COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
Barron County parks are closed to camping until further notice and Barron County is no longer accepting camping and shelter reservations for the 2020 season.  This action is being taken in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the "safer-at-home" order issued by Governor Tony Evers.
Boat Launch Fee
Waldo Carlson Park, Red Cedar Lake, has a $5.00 daily or a $20.00 seasonal boat launch fee. Boat launch permits can be purchased at the park from the park caretaker.  Seasonal permits can now be obtained online by choosing PERMITS on our Parks Reservations home page.  Please present proof of purchase to the park caretaker after May 1st to receive your seasonal boat launch sticker.
Welcome to Barron County Parks Reservations The Barron County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department and the City of Cumberland welcomes you to enjoy our park facilities. Our goal is to make your stay pleasant and memorable. This site allows you to reserve campsites and shelters and to purchase permits. Use the navigation menu below or on the left to make your selection. Please be sure to read the park policies and rules for your selections and to read the reservation instructions carefully. Please be aware that campsite reservations require a separate reservation fee for each campsite reserved. A credit card is required to make a reservation. The cardholder name and address must match the name and address used when setting up your Barron County Parks Reservation account. Camping fees and reservation fees are charged to your credit card immediately. Reservation fees are non-refundable. The credit card processing company will charge you a fee as follows: credit card charges up to $50, will be $1.50; charges up to $100 will be $3.00; charges up to $200 will be $6.00. E-check charges will be $1.50 for anything up to $10.000.  Cancellations are also subject to a minimum $5 non-refundable deposit on top of teh credit card processing fees.   Please help keep our parks clean and our forests green. Thank you for using Barron County Parks and Forests and enjoy your stay!


Camping Shelters Permits