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First time camping here, sites are very well taken care of, they have little wagons to buy firewood, and the camp administrator was super nice and helpful. Some sites are super close together but we got lucky!
Love this camp ground, but they definitely pack it in. Always a good time and party when we're there....but that's what we're looking for. All their sites are nicely wooded, but can get to be close quarters. Good facilities, good bar, great food, newly remodeled pool facilities. Wifi is lacking,…
My kids have been camping with my mom here for years- since it was Kastle. We started a couple years ago. This is such an amazing family campground! Kids of all ages everywhere. After dark the kids usually have a big game of something up at the playground and I have to tell them to be home at a…
High cliff is a nice place . lots of hiking trails to choose from and a big lake . Beautiful views. Camp ground had nice wooded spots and vary dog friendly.
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Sites within 20 feet of the lake make for beautiful sunsets! Clean park! Several trails. Saw several deer. Also has a boat launch.
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Secluded campsites, laid back staff, just a stones throw from the water!
Great clean camping. Very nice walking trails. They have a dog swimming area. Though swimming is not great after June/July when the algae gets bad. Great place overall!
Decent sized park. Nice hiking trails. Raccoons can be a pest and beg for food!
Really cool cliffs to climb/ hike. There is also a lime kiln to hike to and see. There are two playgrounds for the kids as well. Beautiful views of Lake Winnebago from high points of the hike
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You name it I’m sure you can find it at Hartman Creek. From swimming area fishing hiking trails. My favorite camping ground even when was a kid.
I took my family and my brother’s family for a weekend of camping the weekend of October 23, 24 and 25. Apparently there is an annual trick or treating activity that takes place with the RVs in the campground. It was an unexpected surprise that my kids loved.
The sites themselves were…
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Stayed here for 4 days in late October. Site 112 is nice pull through. Lovely state park. Hiking trails are short but nice. Lime kiln trail is difficult but so worth it.
Beautiful fall colors! The campsite was large and relatively private. We enjoyed hiking on the trails.
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Only place in the area that charges a fee. Trails are just boring. But really, who cares...the fact that they charge a fee to use subpar trails is ALL you need to know. Anyone giving this place a positive review has obviously never been anywhere else in their entire life...Don't waste your time
I just stayed at this campground this weekend and it was a blast! The campsite we had was decently size and felt very private with all the trees surrounding us! The hiking is great and it was a short walk to the beach, it was also a short car ride to the chain of lakes!
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