Tent sites are just okay. They are located directly across from houseboats, so little privacy. The area was also damp, which meant lots of bugs. I was envious of the RV side, which looked much nicer. It was not quiet due to being practically under the bridge into La Crosse. On the upside, The man working there was very friendly and helpful. It did not appear that anyone was masked or social distancing. The bar was open and patrons were next to each other on stools at the bar. Employees were also not wearing masks.
We booked this on a whim so what’s expecting much but found it to be a wonderful getaway. Everything was easy to access and they had all the needed items on site. Propane, camp store, bar, golf cart rentals, canoes, etc. definitely worth renting a golf cart for the day as the campground is pretty spread out. We stayed in site 211 which was ok - shaded, etc. but the ticket is the sites by the water, either riverside or bay side. If you’re on the bay side you can being your boat and beach it right by your campsite. Fun! Worth coming back to for sure!
This is a great campground. About a 10 minute walk over the Cass St. bridge and you are in the heart of downtown La Crosse. This campground offers everything.