Babcock County Park

Babcock County Park is named after Stephen Babcock, Wisconsin dairy scientist, known internationally for discovering the method for determining the percentage of butterfat found in milk.

Babcock County Park is located on the east side of Lake Waubesa at the outflow of the Yahara River near the Village of McFarland on U.S. Highway 51. The boat launch offers a fish cleaning facility and accessible fishing pier. The Park also has a 25-unit campground with electricity supplied to all sites, a fully accessible bathroom and shower, and a sanitary dump station.





Activities

Accessible Facilities
Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail (paved)
Boat Launch (permit required)
Camping (electric)
Canoe/Kayak Launch
Fishing
Horseshoes
Parking
Picnic Area
Play Area
Restrooms (flush)
Showers (for campground)
Boat Launch (permit required) , Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail (paved) , Camping (electric) , Canoe/Kayak Launch , Fishing , Horseshoes , Parking , Picnic Area , Play Area , Restrooms (flush) , Showers (for campground) , Accessible Facilities