We booked this campground so we could spend some time exploring up north. The site we got had full hookups, a fire ring and a picnic table. Not super spacious but the place is clean and the people are friendly. The bar & grill have a decent menu and the thin crust pizza was yummy. Conveniently located on Hwy2 but you could hear truck traffic at your site… cell tower right next to the campground meant we had full service when needed. We would stay here again no doubt! I think the price for 30Amp full hook ups was about $35/nt
This campground is brand new as of 2020… there was a bad storm that washed the whole site out but a lot of work has been done to get it back up and running. It’s such a gem of a park! The sites don’t have much privacy but they’ve got a great view of Lake Superior. There are restrooms on site with paid showers and a brand new playground.
No restrooms or dump stations but the campground is closing after Labor Day 2020 to make improvements so 2021 could be a great year. Electric sites are $20/day which is a great price - I wish they offered reservations. The campground is on a no-wake lake so great for fishing. There is golf on the adjoining property which also has a swim pool ($5/ per swimmer per day)… the campground is a short drive to tons of fun stuff in the area!
The doughboy trail was a pretty easy walk for our younger kids. Lots of great views and places to take a photo. The campground was well spaced out but crowded for the holiday weekend. Electric on the sites, and a dump station is available. Would make a fun weekend stop.
Very well maintained campground with space for Groups. Campground is right on the Elroy-Sparta bike train. They have a very nice pool and the Amish come through on weekends and sell candy and bakery out of their horse and buggy.
Our family really liked Glacier Valley Campground in Cambria! It was well maintained, and the pond was clean and had fun giant inflatables! They also had a store filled with really cute signs, shirts, and camping-themed gifts! Plenty to keep our littles busy!
Spacious sites without electric… each has your standard table & fire pit… plenty of greenery to feel secluded. There are toilets & trash collection scattered throughout… the park has a lot of amenities including a beachy pond area and an archery area where you can practice shooting from a blind above - great for hunters looking to brush up skills before the season starts. They also have 3-4 large group sites.
Walk to the water to watch a sunset or hop on a trail 10 mins nearby or kayak, wine and dine… door county has it all and Tennison Bay (peninsula state park) is a great place to stay. Watch out for poison oak and the raccoons though! Great place to camp, but the water is cold so might not be best for swimming - go kayaking!
We really enjoyed all there was to do at Devils Lake. The bathrooms aren’t the best we’ve encountered on our adventures but they had flush toilets, running water and soap so that was helpful. On the north side of the lake they have rentals available for kayaking and whatnot. We brought our own but the wind was super strong. Tons of hiking trails and sandy beaches to enjoy.
The group campsite it’s phenomenal… tons of space for each family and a great community area for your group. They have a store, a bar, coin op laundry, a pool, a clean little pond & a great playground… tons to do to keep busy!
We rode our boat across the lake from the east side so the kiddos could play in the water (depending on the winds the algae gets bad on one side or the other)… of course that’s when my kiddo has to go… very clean facilities… clean park… peaceful vibes
We reserved spot 16 knowing it had lake access (not all spots do)… the park is fairly crowded with lots of seasonal campers… but it’s clean, the main bath house is nice and the playground is large. Kids are having a great adventure!
We got a great spot with some amazing views and the lake breeze kept most the bugs at bay. Clean (and free) showers available for campers and a nice playground for the kids… rocky beach by the campsite but a long walk/short drive to the sandy beach… kids had a blast. Some sites don’t handle the rain well, but they don’t oversell in case people need a different spot. Lots of space, lots of fun…
Took our first RV trip of the season at Circle K Campground. There was a good mix of seasonal guests and weekend warriors. We are fairly new to RV life and our neighbors were beyond friendly and helpful! The grounds are well maintained and the public spaces are kept clean. They had a pool for swimming and some rental toys (bikes, etc). There is a small pond with lots of fish and frogs; my kids had a blast catch & release finishing. Lots of families and kids for us to make friends with; everyone was kind and welcoming. We will definitely be coming back!