Standard (Tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Calumet County Park
Operator
County
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Max Length: 40 ft.
Location
Calumet County Park is located in Wisconsin
Latitude
44.1074 N
Longitude
-88.3258 W
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9 Reviews of Calumet County Park
One of our favorites!

Calumet County is one of our favorite places to go - it’s close to home and quiet with gorgeous views of the lake. It’s hard to get our favorite site but there are plenty of nice sites in the park.

Spacious sites!

Excellent county campground with some of the largest sites we’ve come across. Things we look for in a campground: space from neighbors (because of our barky dogs), shade (especially when it’s 90 degrees!) and quiet. This park checked all the boxes! The only downside is that you can’t really access the lake for swimming. (Or we couldn’t figure out where to do it) there were a few large groups camping over the weekend, but everyone respected quiet hours and shut it down early.

Staff and camp hosts are helpful and there is a small office that sells a few staples (ice, wood, snacks, etc) and only allows 5 people in at once (due to COVID) - staff were not wearing masks, but there were plexiglass partitions.

A few site selection tips:

  • There are actually four campground areas, we stayed in the area near the harbor (1-16) and the upper campground (62-71) and both were less busy and had smaller rigs than the others.
  • Harbor area: sites are well spaced, lovely trimmed grass sites with fire pits - but mixed shade. (Likely why it wasn’t as busy) Site 10 would be the best / most private in this section since it backs up to the forest and is HUGE. We stayed in 8 our first visit and it was lovely, still a large site with good shade. We moved over to site 13 for our 2nd visit, as it was larger, shaded all morning and had more privacy than 8 with only one neighbor and open to the swing set that was barely used.
  • Upper campground: AMAZING. Shade and space, space, space!! It is a totally different vibe up here, you are camped among the trees and can barely see your neighbors. We stayed in the largest / most private of the the electric sites (site 67) and we didn’t want to leave. All of the sites up here would have been great.

Cell signal: low signal (only 1 bar on Verizon - 8 down, 3 up - AT&T was better 10 up/down) booster helped for work.

Nice county park

On lake Winnebago w boat landing, can canoe or kayak shoreline if not too windy, hiking trails, kids play area, close to town.  No entrance fee.

There are Indian effigy mounds in park which are burial grounds and are not to be touched.

Breathtaking views, camp sites available in the woods or right next to the

Check out their website too see the different sites to choose from. The wooded sites are filled with huge old trees. If you love the water, check out the sites that put you literally right next to lake Winnebago! Their are so many nice playgrounds if you are camping with children. They have a store with all the items you would need if you forgot anything. Added bonus they have hand scooped ice cream with several flavors to choose from! If you fish, bring your boat! Theirs a harbor right in the park to launch your boat! Highly recommended campground!! We will definitely camp there again!

Nice place

Nice, good size sites, well kept, friendly workers. Close to a state park and other activities. Nice boat launch/marina. Only bummer was the little bugs that didn't leave you alone while trying to sit around the fire at night. Maybe a fogger would help.

Great for groups

The sites on the lake are huge! They are perfect for going with groups of people (Cook on one, set up Games on the other, and you can easily fit two cars out of sight a tent everything… ) however the sites do not have any privacy - the only wooded part is shoreline.

I have a very nice check in/camp store it’s brand new. The main shower house bathrooms are very clean very nice except you have to pay for the shower. Rest of the restaurants throughout this campground our pets toilets.

I have a very nice check in/camp store it’s brand new. The main shower house bathrooms are very clean very nice except you have to pay for the shower. Rest of the restaurants throughout this campground our pets toilets.

This is not the best campground I’ve been to but it’s definitely not the worst in fact I go every year with a A group with small kids.

Wonderful sunsets on Lake Winnebago

Our first time camping here and it is a real treasure. Very spacious campsites close to or on the water. There is a marina if you have a boat, and the fishing is supposedly excellent. Expensive playground areas with picnic, grills, and fire pits. Lots of bird life to observe on the water and deer in the wooded areas.

There is a bar and grill at the entrance to the park and it is open for lunch and dinner. A few miles away in the village of Stockbridge there is an excellent coffee shop with breakfast and lunch options.

The park is on the shores of Lake Winnebago and the sunsets are fabulous!

The park:

  • is well kept
  • showers & bathrooms are very clean
  • has a marina
  • has hiking and cross country ski trails
  • sites are spacious
  • many sites available on the edge of the water
  • electric hookups on most sites
  • some very private sites
  • a few close restaurants
  • Camp staff is always helpful and friendly.
  • Picnic table, & fire pit at every site
  • They take reservations, sell firewood, have a camp store, allow pets on leash, allow alcohol
First to Review
Super quiet

Not a very busy park and very quiet. Located along the shores of Lake Winnebago the views are beautiful. There is no beach for swimming but plenty of areas for fishing. The park also has a marina/boat launch. There is a sledding hill that is operable in the winter, otherwise makes for great hiking. Not many extras at the park but its a great quiet campground.