They include: Deer and Elk Park
CHAPMAN PARK -- offers something for every in your family.
- Chapman Lake
- Basketball courts
- Baseball diamonds
- Picnic areas
On the shores of Chapman Lake the City of Stanley operates a modern campground:
33 Sites -- all within steps of the lake - RVs and Campers of all sizes, plus tents are welcome!
- 32 Sites with Electrical Hookups (30 amp)
- 1 Modern Shower House and Flush Toilets
- 1 Sanitary Dump Station (free to paid campers of Chapman & Otter Campgrounds) $10.00 fee for others.
FEES: $25 per night with electric/$20 without. $450 monthly camping & $150 weekly rate.
No reservations - sites are first come basis and the park's official is available twice daily for payments. For more information & Campground regulations, call the City Clerk's Office at (715) 644-5758, Mon-Fri, 8-5. Campground official visits twice daily to collect fees and sell firewood ($5.00 per wheelbarrow load). The park official also has tourism brochures and information on local area and services.
Note: Chapman Lake Park currently does not have Horse Camping facilities available.
City ordinance requires that all dogs and pets must be on a leash at all times.
Reservations for use of the various Chapman Lake Park pavilions, shelters and a large gathering facility can be made by emailing the City Clerk's Office or calling the City Clerk's Office at (715) 644-5758:
|Chapman Park Community Building||Not available at this time|
|Fandry Park Pavilion||$25.00/day|
|Soo Line Pavilion||$25.00/day|
Note: $25 deposit for Chapman Park Community Building, $10 deposit for all other rentals.
FANDRY PARK -- In 1975 land was acquired on the east side of the lake and improvements were made. This is known as Fandry Park. Since then a picnic shelter and playground equipment have been added. Ball fields and dugouts were improved in 2009. Fandry Park is also home to the Stanley Veterans Memorial.
SOO PARK --This park is located on the corner of Broadway St and 1st Avenue in the heart of downtown Stanley. A new pavilion with picnic tables is available and new children's playground equipment have been built and installed this summer, thanks to the hard work of the SOO PARK improvement committee and donations from many local residents and organizations.