Beautiful woods, with variety of campsites. Inadequate restrooms, as it is a shared facility brtween loops 165-228 and 229-273. 3 stalls, 3 showers, not very clean due to heavy use. TP is also very low this morning. Sites are well laid out for as...
Beautiful wooded park with creek, sites are large and mostly level, water and electric, fire ring, picnic table, and lantern hook. Add $5 for park entry fee. Several playgrounds, a pool, and a nature center. Host site is #5. We will come back to...
This is a lovely county park with water and electric hookups, lots of trees and shade, about 5 degrees cooler than cities to east. Water is located between sites a considerable distance away but one 50’ hose is provided. You’ll need to hook your...
Beautiful mature oaks shade nearly all the campsites, clean shower and toilet facilities. 1mile hiking trail, wildlife blind, and a good sized lake. Couldn’t get in Memorial Day weekend and wouldn’t have wanted to, the place was packed and very...
148 days ago
A convenient place with open sites on Memorial Day weekend, close to Winnebago factory and Lichtsinn RV. We are here to service our RV, really nothing else to recommend this park. Next to a stream with a small dam, no swimming or wading. Cool...
A little expensive because each vehicle has to pay daily use of $6, electric $21, non-electric $17. 37E and 18E are both level and right next to the creek that winds through the campground. Playground across from 37e. Gorgeous hiking trails with...
Very pleasant campground, unusually busy for the wet cold weather. Hot showers, flush toilets, electric, and water for only $22. Full hook up sites were closed except for the camp host, as the grassy area around them was flooded. Gravel pads,...
Very nice campground, good separation between sites, wooded without much opportunity for solar. We stayed because it was the only campground we could find open for miles due to late May snowstorm. Lots of hiking trails to choose from. Camp host...
We were having trouble finding potable water due to late cold snap. Water is on, despite night-time freezing temps. Convenient, easy to access, and free.
We stayed on an asphalt pad, nearly level, next to the tents only campground of Trail Creek. First turnout appears to be a group campsite, park up on the road and walk down to a large shelter, pit toilet, and 4 gravel pads with fire rings,...
"Heavy woods, limited restroom facilities, crowded"
"Awesome shady large level sites"
"Shady, cool, very quiet"
"Back in spring, gorgeous oaks, heavy shade"
"Convenient with electric"
"Gorgeous hiking trails, creek, shaded sites, some very level, "
"Clean, quiet, but lots of occupied sites"
"Beautiful, quiet, lots of hiking trails"
"Clean dump station with potable water"
"Gorgeous area, not so great campground"
"Much better than mammoth campground in park"
"Access road still closed for winter 5/12/2019"
"Bank fishing, tiny lake, waterfowl"
"Wind in the pines solitude"
"Overnight only, not much around"
"Quiet, burbling creek, shade available"
"Road still closed 5/3/2019"
"Forest road/red creek road is still closed as of 5/3/2019"
"No potable water but it’s worth being dry!"
"Gorgeous views, dark sky"
"Quiet, beautiful view, windy"