An accessible cabin for people with disabilities is available at High Cliff State Park and makes for great camping near Neenah. The cabin can accommodate up to six people and can be rented for a maximum of four nights per year. The cabin is available May through mid-October.
The family campground has 112 campsites (32 with electric and two accessible) and eight group sites. Campground hosts stay on site 58 from April through October. Pets are permitted in the family and group campgrounds.
A flush toilet/shower building is in the family campground for overnight guests. There are also several vault toilets throughout the campground. The shower building is open seasonally, usually May to mid-October.
A sanitary dump station and recycling/garbage station are available and free to use by all registered campers. There is a $10 fee for others to use the dump station.
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
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 gorgeous because of the fall foliage. They were a bit close to the RV sites which were all alight with Halloween decorations. And there were people partying for most of the night, it was a little loud until about 1 AM.
The hiking was so much fun. The Lime Kiln Ruins were a sight to see for the kids and the path was full of fantastic cliffs for the kids. For me, too.
I have to admit that the weather was cold and overcast. I camped with one child under 10 and she had a hard time with the cold weather at night. The nighttime temps dropped under 30 degrees both nights, it got cold!!! She was a champ, tho.
We had a great time and will visit again.
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.
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’ve stayed here a few times the past couple of years both in summer and winter and it’s so nice. Awesome hiking. Wonderful sites.
I’m originally from the High Cliff area and spent a lot of time at the park growing up. It wasn’t until last year that I had actually camped there and it was a nice experience. We took our pup and she absolutely loved the hiking trails and opportunities to jump into the lake. We also enjoyed hiking up the lookout tower and watching the sun set over Lake Winnebago.
St park pass required in addition to camping fees, fire wood and ice available, ice cream shop not far from park, lots of trails, tower to walk up to, beach not in camping area but close by, on Lake Winnebago, butterfly fishing pond, plenty of fishing. No dogs allowed on beach, some new electrical work was done to add to sites, flush toilets w showers.
Lots of hiking trails
The staff was great to work with finding a campsite on a walk-in. The campsite was very clean and read for us to set up our tent. The hiking and lookouts were breath taking