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Camping in the Woods

Lapham Peak Unit of the

Kettle Moraine State Forest

Campsite Reservation:

W329 N846 County Rd. C, Delafield, WI 53018
Call 262-646-3025 for information

Website: Lapham Peak Unit

Map of Lapham Peak State Forest

There is one backpacking campsite open year-round in the forest. The campsite is along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. The site is about a 0.25-mile, downhill hike from the Tower parking lot, and about a 1-mile, uphill hike from the Evergreen parking lot. The site includes a primitive toilet. Garbage containers are not available. Campers must practice "leave no trace" by carrying-in and carrying-out all supplies, garbage and recyclables. The main gate to the property closes at 9 p.m.

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Park Hours: Sunrise to 10pm (Year-Round)

Daily Entrance Fee: $5 per car | $25 per bus

Camping & park information

25 Family Campsites

5 Group Campsites

Naga-Waukee Park Camp Site Map 

  • Family-friendly park on Nagawicka Lake's shore

  • Beach, play set, concession stand, changing area

  • Hiking, cross-country skiing trails

  • Two boat launches to each Nagawicka Lake and Pewaukee Lake

  • 18-Hole championship golf course


During your stay, try your hand at geocaching, a high tech game of treasure hunting using a GPS. It's a large family-friendly park off Hwy 83 on Nagawicka Lake's shore. Also find a beach, play set, concession stand, and changing area.

Swimming: The beach along Nagawicka Lake, beach house, and concession stand are open June thru August with lifeguards on duty daily.

Boating: The boat launch area provides access to Lake Nagawicka for fishing, sailing, water skiing, canoeing, and power boating. (There are no boat rental businesses on Nagawicka Lake).

Fishing: Bring your fishing pole for an ideal family-oriented fishing opportunity. We encourage and support the catch and release of fish, so that many people can enjoy the excitement and thrill of catching fish from the lake. You can catch Northern, Walleye, Bass, Bluegill, Perch, or Crappies.

Picnicking: Come for a quiet picnic at one of our family picnic areas or reserve a picnic shelter for your family reunion or business party.

Biking: Access the 8-mile Lake Country Trail from either the park or the golf course.


Nature Hiking: 
Take a hike and experience nature through the wooded trails in this beautiful park!

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City of Delafield Parks

  • Bostrom Memorial Park: Valley Road Farm, walking trail, play equipment, tennis courts

  • Cushing Memorial Park: Universally accessible children's Fort Cushing playground (shown in photograph), walking trails, restrooms

  • St. John's Pond: Short walking trails through a wild flower planting area, picnic tables, fishing, restrooms, ice skating in winter

  • Fireman's Park: Baseball diamond, basketball court, play structure, restrooms, picnic area, off-street parking

  • Fish Hatchery Sports Area: Baseball diamond, soccer fields, pavilion, play structure, sand volleyball, off-street parking

  • Lois Jensen Nature Preserve: 30 acres, hiking, nature viewing, ice fishing in winter

  • Wisconsin Veteran's Memorial Riverwalk: Ten memorials have been completed to commemorate the efforts of our armed forces including: Early American, Civil War, Spanish War, Vietnam, Korean, WWI, WWII, and Peace Garden.

  • Town of Delafield Sports Commons: play structure, soccer fields, skate park, sledding hill, restrooms, picnic area, off-street parking

  • Oakwood Park: hiking, nature viewing, disk golf

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Town of Delafield & the Sports Commons (Skateboard) Park


W302N1254 Maple Avenue
Delafield, WI 53018-7000

Phone: 262-646-2398
Fax: 262-646-8687

Town Website

Sports Commons Information

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