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I'll start by saying that I like privacy and quiet and nature when I camp, otherwise I'd be staying in a hotel. But we were looking to get away for a weekend during the COVID times, and site 65E was the only powered site available for that weekend in all of the Wisconsin state parks, so we decided…
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This was our first camping trip of the 2021 fall season and first visit to Interstate State Park. We booked far in advance and were able to secure a river view site (Spot 30 in the North Campground). Our spot was spacious and had a great view.
Despite the campground being pretty full it was…
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Lovely spot on the Namekagan River. 3 established tent sites 1 is more secluded than the others. Pit toilets. A little road noise from nearby highway.
Good campsites. Good spacing. Great view of River and close to trails.
Vibe: Busy state park on the weekends, but the campground was calmer. Lots of families and young couples. Not very friendly. Someone stole our firewood while we were away from our site.
General spots: Good size, good spacing, some…
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Great rustic campground in northern WI. Quiet, relaxing on a lake with little to no mosquitoes. Clean vault toilets, dumpsters, and fresh drinking water. Take note no cell service.
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This is a small campground with the St. Croix River on one side (pretty) and Highway 8 on the other (a bit noisy at times but not terrible).
Sites aren't very private and you're rather close to neighbors but it's a relatively quiet place due to the small number of campsites. They have a mix of…
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This park has a ton of camping available, particularly if you don't need electricity and have a smaller rig because then you can get into more of the campground loops. (There is electricity here, but there are many more sites without.)
The sites in the Old Logging Campground were close…
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It is an ok camp ground the sites are close together the lake was pee green. Few campers smoking the green stuff. Bathrooms are clean. Found a lot of black and red raspberrys allover. Not much room if available take site 1E. Is very well kept up.
A group of 5 of us went camping and split ourselves among 3 campsites (2,3,4). Area is well maintained and the bathrooms (flushing toilets and showers) are cleaned regularly- however if you have to use the bathrooms between 7:30-8:30 am, use the pit toilets because that’s when they are cleaning.…
Truly a campground to disconnect, 0 cell service and your alarm clock is a beaver slapping its tail or a loon calling it’s mate. If you are lucky enough to to camp with clear sky’s you will see more stars then you ever have! Perfect lake for kayaking.
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great place water sewer electric sites. very quiet campground
The park itself is small and non-descript, not photogenic. The trail along the lake is nice for walking - it is a ridge above the lake with some nice views. Otherwise, the campsites were OK. Ours was secondary growth scrub with moderate shade. Others had nicer trees. Not a ton of birdlife. A lot of…
This park is on a smaller scale and less crowded than Devil’s Lake. There is a small beach that is in the process of renovation. The sites are large surrounded by trees and very private. The sites on the lake side are not electric and some of them are huge buddy sites, great for extended families.…
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The State Forest is very beautiful. There is a lake as well as the Flambeau River to explore. There are two campgrounds, Lake of the Pines which has 30 non-electric sites and Connor Lake which has 3 electric sites and 26 non-electric. All sites have a picnic table and a fire ring. There are no play…
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