If your looking for a quiet, remote, good fishing camp Otter Lake is the right choice. Beautiful day park for scenic views for a picnic. Private camp sites. Some have private docks. Excellent fishing for Panfish, Bass, and Walleyes.
This camp ground was super great! The camp sites are close together though. The bathrooms were sooo clean and actually had a solar light which was great at night. Our site backed up to the river so it was perfect for kayaking and just playing in the water. The campsite is close to lots of hiking trails too!
I love this campgrounds. Big mature forest with water access, boat launches, swimming, fishing. Camping sites are very nice and level w majority elec. Wood available for fires an reasonable. Trails for hiking and lots of wildlife. Kids will love it. We stayed from Sunday thru Wednesday. Very quiet and clean. This is a County Park. The best for the price.
I lived near here growing up. We would bike there, and around the whole thing, and back home. It has a nice beach, and boat launch area. Campers and Tents can camp there. There are all the hookups you need. My Aunt and Uncle had a nice camper they would stay there a week, and we'd come visit and sit by the fire. You can kayak down the river past the dam to and avoid the other boating area. That's where all the motor boats go. Great family area.
the island is a nice place to visit. we stayed in the north loop on a water front site . great for just putting the kayaks in and going . they are vary dog and family friendly. the camp sites are a little close for my liking but it was a busy labor day weekend and every site was filled . my only big complaint would have to be that they only have one shower house on the other loop(South loop) north loop just have vault toliets . all in all I would recommend this place .
Lake Wissota State Park is located in and around Chippewa Falls, WI. My sisters and I came up here once growing up and had a ball. It was just north of Chicago (near where we lived), so it wasn’t far. From my recollection, the grounds were fairly wooded, had an array of wildlife and there was a ton to do in terms of swimming, hiking, canoeing or just enjoying the sights. Wish I had pictures to share.
This was a beautiful camping spot with close water access. There was plenty of area nearby to hike or go swimming and there was a cool water run off that you can walk down the side of. There was plenty of wild life nearby and the camping spot was very clean!
This was a good first camping trip site as it's not too far from the city but still makes you feel like you're in the heart of nature. The campground is pretty small for campers with tents but there were some decent hiking spots nearby!
We like this one for a quick weekend retreat. Lake access is great on one of the best and bigger lakes in the area. Great place for boating with the family.
I grew up on this lake from the early 90s to about 2012. The campground was always very peaceful and all the campsites on the lake had plenty of space for multiple tents or campers. The people that live/have cabins on the lake are all extremely friendly. There is excellent fishing mostly consisting of Bass and Bluegills and Perch. It’s a no wake lake so plan on just using a trolling motor or even a canoe to fish. There are outhouses close to the campgrounds but that’s about it for amenities. Mondeux dam isnt far away which serves food and Is a nice swimming hole.
Brunet Island State Park sits at the North West corner of the state of Wisconsin. The state park is actually an island that sits on the Chippewa and Fisher Rivers. It is connected to the mainland via small Bridge. This is very close to the city of Cornell, they have a grocery store for most of your necessities, enough to get to buy for a few days of camping there's also a mom and pop ice cream shop nearby. This park does offer two different Camp Loops the North and South. The North sits along a bay off of the Chippewa River ,many of the campsites overlook this area of water. This may sound nice but there are a lot of a echoes from your neighbors across the way. The campfires that light up the lake create pretty sight of ambiance if you can stay out there and beat the mosquitoes. The south camp is closer to the beach and also offers flush toilets and showers. The park also offers a boat landing, playground and baseball field. It should be noted that there are multiple fishing piers at this location, one at the South Campground and one at the north Campground, and there is a lot of good fishing in the area. There are some hiking trails nothing too challenging or long.This area is beautiful but the campgrounds themselves are not very kept. Other than camping on an island and having a double site as well as the wild life, I cannot say this is one of my favorites.
The lake is the clearest and deepest inland lake in Wisconsin. It is non-motorized to promote quiet and clean conditions.
Lake Wazee is a popular scuba diving, swimming, and fishing spot.The beach does get crowded with college kids in the summer and is a known party spot. Weekdays and off-season dates are recommended as it is more peaceful.
Spacious campsites, surrounded by trees. Try to get a lake side site, they are amazing! Hot showers, flush toilets, firewood available for purchase. Great campsite for tent or rv camping. Bring your kayaks, canoes, or inflatables but leave motorboat at home as they are not allowed on the lake. They also upgraded the playground equipment on the dayside beach this year. Only complaint is that there are 2 beaches but dogs not allowed on either beach.
Municipal campsites in the city park, along the Black River and millpond. Safe, clean. Popular with 5th wheel, etc. Fishing, city pool, showers, electric, playgrounds, shelters, and new baseball complex. Wooded, paved trail loop and 26.2 mile Pine Line.
This campground has a lot of trees for plenty of shade. There is a little ice cream store where you can purchase treats, cash only. The campsites across from the water are spaced apart well which makes them more private. Some sites are tight, so make sure that you drive around the campground before picking a site. ATV parking is at the front.
This is a busy campground, a lot of people go there over the weekend. The lake is beautiful for fishing or relaxing. Right now the water is down, and there is no dock at the boat landing. Make sure that you bring cash with if the office is closed people self-register campsites.
Located across the road from the Lake Eau Claire boat landing. If you park at the boat landing for a day of fishing there is a $3 charge. The family that runs the campground is friendly. Beautiful location and clean. They have seasonal sites.
Very busy during the summer, and not really my style (I like things quieter), but on a beautiful lake/pond. It's a very popular spot with locals, as it is right outside of town.There are lots of graduation parties, family reunions, and other parties held during the summer. There is a playground a little ways away from most of the campsites, and near the beach. The boat launch is nice.The walk-in sites are wonderful, and I couldn't wish for more with regards to those. If you do want a walk-in, make sure to book it well in advance as they fill up. The walk is pretty short but the sites are nice and secluded. The park is a little bit spread out between parts, instead of being in one small area, so be prepared to do some walking.