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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Caledonia, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: May, 2007 - $27.00
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Nice place, sites are a decent size, although not huge. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. New owners in 2005 and they have upgraded quite a bit. Mini golf still needs work though. They have a ‘jumping pillow’ that the kids just loved. FYI-you cannot bring in any of your own firewood due to the Emerald Ash Bore bug, their firewood is $5/bundle. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 3
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Summer Breeze Campground, Iron Mountain, Michigan

Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $23.00
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We only stayed one night passing through on a long trip but it was nice. Didn’t visit the restrooms or showers but the camp store was extremely clean. Too cold to swim that night but the pool looked very clean as well. Owners were very friendly. Sites were good size and there is a playground for the kids. Got 10% off with our Good Sam card. We camped at Summer Breeze Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 3
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Wagon Trail Campground, Ellison Bay, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $35.00
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We had a great time at this campground. Sites are large and have trees between for privacy. They have a good sized playground and a large recreation field. We came up with for rally and had a great time. They put up a large tent on the rec field for our group and we had nightly campfires here too. The showers were clean and they have a good sized camp store, a game room for the kids, and a game room for adults (with Wi-Fi, checkers, books, etc.). There is also and outside station for returning fishermen to clean and pack their fish. Very nicely done and we will definitely be back. We camped at Wagon Trail Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 3
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Apostle Islands Area Campground, Bayfield, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $35.00
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Cute, privately owned campground up near the Apostle Islands. Center area with playground and bathhouse. Bathrooms are basic, and from the playground you can see the feet in the woman’s stalls. Town has lots to do, shopping, restaurants, a lot of orchards and berry farms where you pick your own blueberries and other goodies, a ferry to Madeline Island and boat trips around the Apostle Islands. Their reservation system needs improvement. You call and they mail you a reservation form which you fill out and mail back with a check. They do not send back confirmation letters or call to let you know you got a spot, and ask that you not to call to find out. After an 8 + hour drive we got there and found they had our reservations down for the wrong dates and were full. The owner did fix things by re-arranging a few tenting sites that had no shows and found a spot for us, but it made for a tense few moments. We would stay here again but would call to confirm before leaving. We camped at Apostle Islands Area Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 3
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Marion Lake Campground USFS, Watersmeet, Michigan

Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $10.00
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This campground is part of the Ottawa National Forest. Our site must have been 100' deep as well as wide and was a pull through. The sites are so large and wooded that we couldn't even see the campsites next to us. Almost all the sites are on the lake. Depending on your elevation you either had a path going to the water, or for the higher sites individual staircases down to the lake. Some of the waterfronts are sandy and others are more rocky. All sites had fire rings and poles (not high enough for bear poles but we used for garbage anyway, and for hanging our lantern at night). Primitive campground, only pit toilets, water pumps and no showers. They have a large group camp area, a beach and a park. No reservations, first come first serve. While the sites are big enough for even the biggest rigs, we did have a lot of branches to contend with on the campground loop. We camped at Marion Lake Campground USFS in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 3
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Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, Copper Harbor, Michigan

Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $25.00
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This campground is part of Fort Wilkins State Park, a refurbished fort from the 1800's. During the summer season they have actors portraying how life was like in the fort. The campground is divided into two sections, East and West. There are bike/walking trails between the two and the fort. Town is less then a mile away and has a trail to it also. The East campground has a laundry room, better showers and a better park/playground. The West campground has pull-throughs with 50 amp service. We stayed in West in the pull-throughs and just rode our bikes to the park and laundry in East. Both sides have sites on Lake Fanny Hooe and there is a boat launch right next to the West campground, also connected by a walking/biking trail. Lake Superior is very close and Cooper Harbor has a lot of quaint shops and a couple nice restaurants. We will return. We camped at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 3
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Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park / Union Bay Campground, Ontonagon, Michigan

Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $25.00
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Part of the MI DNR Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, right on Lake Superior. Some sites right on the lake, but had a rocky shore, not something you could easily wade in. Boat access/launch as well as canoe & bike rentals right at campground. The state park is HUGE and has tons of hiking, waterfalls and small lakes. You can backpack in to the 'backcountry' where there are primitive sites with fire rings and bear poles. At main campground the sites were good size, had fire rings, and they have a small playground and a volleyball area. Neighboring sites share the electric towers, so depending on how you are parked you may need up to a 50 foot cord. Campground had clean restrooms and free individual shower rooms; the rest of the park has pit toilets. Camp hosts did free coffee & hot cocoa every morning. Would have rated it much higher if it weren't for the terrible flys. They were everywhere and were biting. Other than the flys everything was outstanding. We camped at Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park / Union Bay Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 3
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Blue Mound State Park, Blue Mounds, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: June, 2006 - $15.00
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This is part of the Wisconsin DNR state park system. They have over 1100 acres on the highest hill in southeastern Wisconsin. The camping itself is not all the way on top of the hill, so don't worry about driving up. The campsites were so far apart and wooded that I couldn't even see the people on either side of us. Because of the trees we had to do a bit of positioning before we found a spot that would allow the slide on one side and the awning on the other, but it worked out. There are 40 foot high lookout towers on the East and West sides of the park and the view are outstanding. They also have a pool and playground areas. If you are staying here be sure to visit Cave of the Mounds a few miles away; they have a very cool tour down into the cave and an area where the kids can pan for gemstones outside. We camped at Blue Mound State Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 3
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Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Camp Resorts, Bagley, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: June, 2006 - $39.00
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We stayed here in June of 2006 with a large group and had a lot of fun. The sites were nice and wide. Several in our group had sites next to each other with pop ups and were able to put them across the back instead of just backed in which made for a ton of gathering space. They have a nice pool, cute playground, a little mini golf area, and rent pedal bike, go carts and golf carts. You cannot bring your own go carts. The campground is nestled in a valley which is very pretty, but, no cell phone worked. Depending on which carrier you had, some would work just outside of the park on the road, and others didn't come in service for several miles. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Camp Resorts in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 3
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Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Date of Stay: May, 2006 - $82.00
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Everything was just wonderful, we will definitely be going back! A little tight backing in our 37 foot motorhome, but we figured it out. Arrived well before check-in, 9am I believe, and was sent right to our site. Paid an extra $10/night to have a ‘preferred’ site, which means we had cable and were within walking distance to the restaurant, petting zoo, beach and boat to Magic Kingdom, etc. If you have your own golf cart it really isn’t necessary, but if you don't and have small children, it does make it easier. We towed a car but used the bus service for all the other parks as we found it really wasn’t worth the hassle of navigating traffic and parking lots when the busses are right here for you. We camped at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 3
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Richard Bong State Recreation Area, Kansasville, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: April, 2006 - $15.00
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This is part of the WI DNR State Park system. Sites are large and spaced well apart. They take some reservations online and leave some sites for people who show up. There are 41 miles of trails throughout the 4500 acres at this park. Separate trails for hiking, mountain bikes, cross country skiing, horseback riding, and ATV's. They also have fishing, hunting, a beach and more. The only 'problem' we had was the kids went off the trails and got some ticks on their clothes, but those who stayed on the trails were fine. Our site (#227) had great views of one of their lakes, this really a beautiful place. We camped at Richard Bong State Recreation Area in a Motorhome.

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