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27 Reviews of 5 Highland Park, Wisconsin Campgrounds
I visit this site often and love it. Great walking and biking trails, and reasonably private sites. The 300 and 400 loops are better and the 500 loop is the best in terms of space and privacy.
If you do t mind cold camping (or have a 4x4 class B like me) go in the winter. Beautiful and empty. So…
Owners were very friendly. Very quiet campground. Nice pool.
Nice beach/swimming area, bike path, and playground for the kids. Also the most beautiful sunset over the lake and pines in July
My partner and I camped here with our son for a night. We reserved a spot kind of late and wound up between the shower building and a loud group of hunters in an RV. If we return we'll definitely try to get one of the more secluded walk-in spots that are maybe 40 meters off the road. I'd recommend…
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We camped here because it was close to an event we needed to attend. We enjoyed our stay here and felt very welcome. What wasn't so great was the proximity to the interstate, unfortunately, there is no changing that.
My wife and I usually do not like being so close to other campers... but we decided to stay here cause it’s close to my in-laws.
We wanted septic and they didn’t tell us that the septic is a guy in a truck who comes by one or two times a week.
There is a dump station however.
It’s older but…
It was really inconvenient for none of the amenities to be open. The campsites were ON TOP of each other.
It was, however, very quiet and family friendly. The site we had was along the lake and very flat, but we were too close to our neighbors and the lake view was less than amazing.
Mauthe has several great wooded sites. You can’t go wrong with how close the park is to Milwaukee.
We enjoy camping at S’more Fun and kayaking on the lake. The owners are very personable. There are no golf carts to watch out for. The owners have one to deliver wood to your campsite but other than that, there are no others. We try to camp there at least once a year.
We had a pretty cool site up on a hill which was awesome. But the noise from the congested RV campgrounds below made it feel less peaceful. I can deal with mosquitos, but the mosquitos here were unbelievable. It seems like a fun way to get out on a lake, but in terms of hiking or rest and…
I took my daughter and her friend here for the weekend, 10 years old. We rented a cabin for the weekend. Amazing cabins, amazing setup, they all have picnic tables and benches on porch. Cabin had three beds, fridge, air conditioner, two windows, plenty of plugs in. Bring your own sleeping…
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Park has several types of sites available, some rustic, some full service and some in-between. Park is very wooded, campsites are close together. We were there over Memorial Day weekend and despite the park being full, it was still very peaceful.
I backpacked the IAT with a group and we camped for the night at Mauthe Lake at the beginning of April. There are lots of downed trees at the campground, which sort of detracted from the landscape (tornado damage, I'm told). Pit toilets were open, but water had not yet been turned on so be prepared…
Went To this campground to specifically use our kayaks but the marshes were drained to replicate drought conditions. Make sure you check if the marsh is filled when reserving this campground. Otherwise it is just swamped muck. Plenty to do around this one as well. They have an 18 hole disc golf…
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This It’s a small campground south of Green Bay down the 41 freeway. The campground does not offer a ton of amenities. The campsites are very close together. This would be a good place to stay for a Packer preseason game or if you were going to be away from the campsite. We stayed at this one a few…