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Most Recent East Troy Camping Reviews
Very well kept, clean campground!

Plenty of things to do all day with the rec dept staff and lots of sightings of Yogi, Boo Boo, and Cindy Bear! Pool and Bear Paw beach are both nice, the kids had a blast at both. Would definitely go back! Most sites are nice and big, older sites are bigger than the newer Bear Paw area.

Kettle Moraine Camp!

Right in the kettle moraine. About an hour or so away from Milwaukee. Great hiking!

Never actually camped here but visited almost daily

I used to live very close to this area and would hike it almost daily.

It is small but has gorgeous views of the lake and lovely flora abound.

Beautiful sunrises but be warned flies and mosquitos are wild

Beautiful views and amazing sunrises but it is quite littered with trash and broken glass. Very busy in the summer and can get wild with people partying.

Such a great experience!

We had such a blast and loved that we were able to swim in Lake Michigan. Our site was #134 and it was perfect!

Great campground on lake michign

Great campground large sites waking trails to look out over lake. Water and electric on each site. Verizon and Sprint good coverage. 25$/nt.

What a beautiful campground!

This is now a KOA. We had a wonderful camping experience as the campground was clean and well maintained. Lots of beautiful butterflies and sunsets. They have golf carts you can rent for a 24 hour period with trails to take them on. We took ours on a night ride through the woods which was great! The pool was refreshing and clean. Unfortunately due to Covid 19 many events have been cancelled but we still had a great time camping here! Highly recommend!

Some great tent sites!

We stayed in the hickory loop, site 40. On the map there are interior sites which are fairly open and level, not much separating the sites. But the sites on the edge, on the water often have some foliage separating the sites for some added privacy. There are sites near a small inlet, it’s water was a bit more swampy, not as aesthetically pleasing as some of the other shire sites, if that’s a concern. Site 20 is the best and it is almost always reserved, one of these years we’re gonna bag that one. The lake offers some nice fishing, there is a fishing platform near this loop, we got some bites, but the rain moved in and we didn’t land anything. Lots of folks brought kayaks, seemed like a great place for water activities. Hiking trails are nice, not tremendously long or rigorous. Water taste is pretty good, bathrooms are pit, decently clean. There are showers but we did not partake. There is a shopping center about a half mile outside of the entrance in case you forgot something or run out of smore supplies. Cell reception was fair/decent. They have a pay beach with a snack shop with fantastic local ice cream. I think as of the third week in July (2020) it was back open. They have a FB page and it has all the breaking news.

Nice campground

Great for families, nice beach. We stayed in site 324- too close to freeway, constant traffic and lights. Avoid this side of campground- the campsite basically backs into freeway. Very buggy in Jujy.

Great day trip

Lots of biking and walking trails and plenty of off trail paths that lead to unique clearings, bridges, etc. The preserve bumps up next to neighborhoods and major roads depending how far in you get, but the main trails are easy to follow.