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Devils River Campground

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About This Campground

Originally designated the Ma-na-to (Manitoo) River, translated “Stooping Spirit River,” by native Ojibwe peoples, the name was mistaken by early settlers to mean “Devils River.” This mistranslation stuck and today Devils River is the name of the 16-mile-long waterway that flows into the West Twin…

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Access

  • Drive In
    Park next to your campsite

Stay Connected

  • WiFi
    Unknown
  • Verizon
    Unknown
  • At&t
    Unknown
  • T-Mobile
    Unknown

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • RV Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Group
  • Tent Cabin

Features

For Campers

  • Market
  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Firewood Available
  • Phone Service
  • Reservable
  • Showers
  • Drinking Water
  • Electric Hookups
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

For Vehicles

  • Sanitary Dump
  • Pull-Through Sites
  • 30 amp Hookups
  • Water Hookups
  • Max Length: 50 ft.

Reviews

5 Reviews of Devils River Campground

Ratings Breakdown

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Jimmy P.
Reviewed Sep. 20, 2018

Ranger Review: RōM Pack at Devil's River Campers Park

Campground Review

Every year it seems there are changes at Devil's River. The campsite are still nice, though if you want privacy, there's not a lot. This is great for camping with friends or family. We usually have 4 sites with family over Labor Day weekend. This year they've added a deck off…

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Month of VisitOctober
Haley K.
Reviewed Aug. 19, 2018

childhood favorite

this was one of my favorite places growing up. beautiful river access.

Location

Devils River Campground is located in Wisconsin

Coordinates

44.29873094 N
87.77822 W

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About This Campground

Originally designated the Ma-na-to (Manitoo) River, translated “Stooping Spirit River,” by native Ojibwe peoples, the name was mistaken by early settlers to mean “Devils River.” This mistranslation stuck and today Devils River is the name of the 16-mile-long waterway that flows into the West Twin River, which in turn empties into Lake Michigan. Visitors to the river can enjoy some outdoor time at the Devils River Campground, while exploring some of the historical sites around the area, including an old mill and the remains of an old stone bridge. The river is also a popular fishing hole for bullhead catfish, rock bass, northern pike, and brown and rainbow trout.

Located approximately 30 minutes southeast of Green Bay, the Devils River Campground offers 130 parklike campsites situated among open, grassy clearings (i.e., minimal privacy) surrounded by shady trees. Sites can accommodate both tent and RV campers (max 50 feet), and are equipped with picnic tables, fire rings, and water and electrical hookups. The central comfort station provides flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities; a dump station is located nearby. The campground also features a large swimming pond, a playground, and access to the Devils River State Trail for exploring the river, wetlands, and local prairies. Dogs are welcome at this campground. Campsite rates are $32–$38/night.

Situated right in the campground is the historic Rock Mill. Constructed in 1847 by Pliney Pierce, the mill first operated as a sawmill, then as a gristmill, for nearly a century. The remarkably well-preserved building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The mill is not open for public touring, but can be viewed from outside. Just a mile south of the campground, visitors can explore some natural history at Cherney Maribel Caves Park. The park has many caves, crevices, and cliffs that can be explored by the public. A few caves can only be seen by joining a seasonal cave tour. The park also has picnic areas, a playground, and trails for hiking, biking, and skiing.

Connection Details

We rate connection speeds from campers like you who submit speed tests with Field Reports.

  • Good- 10+Mbps

    Campers can make calls and send texts & emails, watch an HD movie, play multiplayer games, and more.

  • Fair- 3Mbps-10Mbps

    Campers can make calls, send texts & emails, video chat, stream video, and play online games.

  • Poor- 0Mbps-3Mbps

    Campers might be able check email, send texts, and make calls.

  • Available-

    Campers have been able to connect here but we don’t know the quality of the connection.

  • Unknown-

    Connectivity is not known for this campground.

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