The couple that runs the campground is the nicest couple and helpful. We travel in a sprinter van and we were able to stay in the “tent” area as we booked late. The other campsite areas were for larger rigs. We actually preferred the tent area as the sites seemed and little more dispersed. The campground was completely full, but each camping area has quite a few trees surrounding to make the campgrounds seem smaller. There is ice and wood available for purchase. There is also a nice playground. The location is great and we rode our bikes into town to take the ferry over to the island for the day. There is also a sporting good store just down the hill if you need to buy or rent equipment.
Very clean, delightful owners. An easy bike ride to town and great restaurants. Sites aren’t huge but staggered enough and many along the woods that offer a nice setting for campfires. It was a refreshingly quiet spot to stay. Definitely will stay again and recommend to others. Lots of beauty in the area to take in.
Very friendly staff, nice camp store. Sites ok, pretty tight. Quiet place with nice playground.
This is the best base camp for exploring the Apostle islands. It’s about a mile from Bayfield. There is bike rental at Howl bike shop which is walking distance. Howl also has a brewery with outside seating. The camp ground itself is quiet and clean. We didn’t go in the bathrooms or use the washers due to Covid. Owners are very accommodating.