Seal of Dane County County of Dane
Dane County Parks

William G. Lunney Lake Farm County Park

In June 2019, Lake Farm County Park was renamed by county board resolution to William G. Lunney Lake Farm County Park in honor of William (Bill) G. Lunney.  Bill served in County government for fifty years, including 30 years as chair of the Dane County Park Commission.  The 328-acre park is a unit of the Capital Springs Recreation Area and has a campground, three shelter facilities, two accessible fishing piers, play equipment, barrier-free boat launch (with a fish cleaning facility), group camping area, wildlife pond, observation tower, hiking and cross-country ski trails.

Two paved bicycle/pedestrian trails go through the park including:

The campground has 54 reservable sites (two fully accessible), including 39 electrical hook ups for RVs (50 amp), bathroom and shower facilities, wi-fi, and a sanitary dump station.

Shelter #2 Update
Starting in 2020, reservation priority will be given for reserved Special Events including water-related events such as fishing tournaments to use this facility. Shelter #2 has improvements designed to support water-related events including accessible water access, a large mooring pier, water and electrical hookups.



Google Maps are provided for reference. Trails, park boundaries, parking lots and other features on this map may not be up-to-date. Please check the official maps for up-to-date information.