The Willow Flowage is the largest undeveloped lake in Wisconsin, with more than 6,400 acres of open water for paddling. Paddlers can access 117 islands and seemingly endless backwaters. The Willow Flowage Scenic Waters Area offers 35 remote, semi-primitive campsites accessible by water. These sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no fee or registration required for the use of these sites. In order to maintain the flowage’s remote character, public boat access is limited.
The east side of the flowage has two improved landings at the Willow Flowage Dam. On the west side of the flowage, rustic roads offer access to landings at Cedar Falls campground, The Sportsman’s, Talbot’s, Jerry’s and McCord Road.