Reader Recommended Wisconsin Campgrounds


Have you braved the northwoods and gone camping? I’ve gone camping since I was young with my family and now we continue the tradition with our family. Getting up early, grilling out, watching the stars on the beach, s’mores… we can’t wait! Check out these recommendations from our readers. Is your favorite on the list? If you think we are missing a great spot comment below to share!

Devil’s Lake State Park
S5975 Park Rd, Baraboo, Wisconsin

Enjoy breathtaking views from 500-foot quartzite bluffs overlooking a 360-acre lake.

  • Evergreen Campground
    W5449 Archer Ln, Wild Rose, Wisconsin

    Located on Kusel Lake in Waushara County, enjoy a heated pool, water slide and splash pad. Cottages are also available to rent.

  • Fremont Jellystone RV Resort & Campground
    E6506 WI-110, Fremont, Wisconsin

    The 990 Acre Partridge Lake joins to the famous Wolf River and lots of fishing. Waterpark, waterslides, outdoor theater and more.

  • Frontier Wilderness
    4375 Hillside Rd, Egg Harbor, Wisconsin (Door County)

    Right in the middle of the peninsula with an indoor pool and easy access to beaches and Door County amenities.
    Staci, “Frontier Wilderness in Egg Harbour! We took our 3 kids last year for the first time and they loved it! Can’t wait to go back!”

  • Grand Valley Campground
    W5855 County Road Bh, Dalton, Wisconsin

    Located in the heart of Amish Country. Large heated swimming pool and swim pond.
    Laci, “We had our very first camping trip last summer here, and had a wonderful time. Very clean, friendly staff, lots of activities for the kids, and weekend events.”

  • Green Lake Campground
    W2360 WI-23 Trunk, Green Lake, Wisconsin

    Beach, swimming pool, stocked fishing pond and more.

  • Harbor Village
    5840 WI-42, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin (Door County)

    Door County’s largest water park.

  • Hartman Creek, Waupaca
    Hartman Creek Rd, Waupaca, Wisconsin

    Wisconsin State Park located near the spring-fed Chain O’Lakes. Visit the Hellstad House Log Cabin and enjoy all 7 lakes.
    “Great traditional camping.”

  • High Cliff State Park
    N7630 State Park Rd, Sherwood, Wisconsin

    Wisconsin State Park with beautiful hiking and biking, located on Lake Winnebago.

  • Peninsula State Park
    9462 Shore Rd, Fish Creek, Wisconsin (Door County)

    A Wisconsin State Park loved by many in the heart of Door County. Beautiful trails overlook the bluffs.
    “Great traditional camping.”

  • Playful Goose of Horicon Marsh
    2001 Main St, Horicon, Wisconsin

    Located on the Rock River and close to the Horicon Marsh and a fantastic place to observe Canadian Geese, Eagles, rare Herons and Egrets.
    Leanna, “They have an indoor pool and lake.”

  • Point Beach State Forest
    9400 County Rd O, Two Rivers, Wisconsin

    Enjoy this Wisconsin State Park with 6 mile long sandy beach on Lake Michigan for good old fashioned, traditional camping.

  • Quietwoods South Camping Resort
    9245 Lovers Ln, Brussels, Wisconsin (Door County)

    This is the first campground as you enter Door County and is housed on 51 acres of wooded seclusion.

  • Riverbend Resort
    W6940 Rubidell Rd, Watertown, Wisconsin

    Waterpark with two 300 foot waterslides, kiddie pool, outdoor whirlpools, and heated pool. All sites have water and electric.
    Sarah, “Pretty large water park/activity area.”

  • Timber Trails Campground
    N8326 Co Rd M, Algoma, Wisconsin

    The campground is on the Ahnapee State Trail which connects to Sturgeon Bay, about 17 miles away. Enjoy a heated pool or a short walk to The Ahnapee River for great fishing, kayaking and canoeing.
    Amy, “They always have family activities on the weekends, heated pool and large play area!”

  • Vista Royalle Campground
    8025 Isherwood Rd, Bancroft, Wisconsin

    Lindsay, “Vista Royalle is a wonderful family campground.”

  • Westward Ho. RV Resort and Campground
    5456 N Division Rd, Glenbeulah, Wisconsin

    103 acres of scenic landscape conveniently located near located near the Wade House, Ice Age Reserve and Road America.


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2 thoughts on “Reader Recommended Wisconsin Campgrounds”

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    I do not understand how high cliff made it on a list for best campgrounds for kids. If you live out of town and havent been there, let me enlighten you. The off trails are cool, but way to dangerous for small children. The tower is neat, but no small child would enjoy trying to climb it. The “beach” is dirty, the water is gross, not ideal at all for swimming. You cant ride your bikes to swim because there is a huge hill that no child could ride with a bike. The playgrounds are very very basic. If you camp as adults, high cliff is great but do not camp there with small children!

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