You can get it all here. In the words of the country song, they have beer, bait and ammo, plus gas, diesel and mosquitos. They are close to Hwy 98, but there is little noise at night. Clean restrooms
It was not easy to get reservations--call the number, get a website, download and fill in form, email back and wait. We got a response back within 2 hours. There are 12 sites, widely spaced, and only a few are big enough for RV's over 35 ft....
The only way this is free camping is if you ignore the signs and don't buy a permit from the machine. Well maintained, with electric, dumpsite, water, and some picnic tables. About 200 yards from I90, so we ran the airconditioner fan all night to...
Camping is free on Wednesdays, but varies from $10 to $20 other nights, depending on size and electricity. Well maintained, with shady sites and trails along the Cedar River.
Plenty of room without reservations on a Wed night, but had to book a site over the phone due to Covid and couldn't just put cash in an envelope.
Easy access spots with full hookup and decent wifi. Nearby swampy areas meant no sitting outside in the evenings. Bathrooms closed due to Covid.
156 days ago
We stayed the first night in the campground, but discovered that dispersed camping started just past the cattle guard 1/4 mile up the road. The dispersed sites were bigger, and less crowded.
Stayed at the ADA approved campsite, which is over 100 yards from the restroooms, but right on the water. You have to pay a park entrance fee of $8 per night for out of state, plus $30 a night for electrical hookup, no water.