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8 RV Parks near Antigo, Wisconsin
Aug 2018 - $20.00
A very nice little city park with RV sites. Made reservations online and they sent an email with several attachments, one of which contains your site number. The sites are all marked with your name on the post. There is no one actually at the park to check you in. Sites are back in and most have 30 amp, sewer and water. The water spigots are at the extreme rear of the site and the electric is in the middle, so you may need either 50 feet of hose or a long power cord. The park is tight but very well maintained. It backs up to a city street but the street is lightly traveled. There is a manufacturing plant across the street, but I didn't notice any real noise coming from it. There are just a dozen or so RV spots, the northern ones seem to be longer. Great stop for an overnight or a day. Convenient to US 45 and shops and stores in Antigo. Very pretty park around the lake for walking and riding. Ball fields adjacent to the RV park do have games, but they're over by 8 pm. Self-service wood pile next to the bathhouse provides firewood for a donation. - jplante4
Sep 2017 - $20.00
This might not be a destination campground but it's great for a few days down time when traveling. This is a hidden gem when it comes to city run campgrounds. Quiet, peaceful and relaxing. You can make reservations on line. This campground is managed well. We had reservations and to be honest I was worried about getting the site we reserved. The city had our site well marked as reserved. So no problem getting our site. Thirteen RV pads are asphalt and 7 RV sites are gravel without any hookup. Grass is mowed, the campground is clean and well maintained. There are not any 'seasonal' RVs here. The road through the campground is paved. Restrooms are controlled access with a code provided when making reservations. Verizon cell and data are good. WiFi is free and one of the best we have encountered. Campground WiFi speeds: Ping 23 ms, download 12.63 Mbps and upload 14.05 Mbps. Electrical is good and stable. Only 30 amp and 20 amp are available, but good voltage levels at 123v with no load and 117v with a 25 amp load. One block south of the campground are two small lakes. There is a picnic pavilion and playground across the street next to lake. There are walking trails all around the lakes. You can also walk to 'downtown'. Bikes can also be rented here. No large trees so satellite reception is great. There are 13 FHU sites, 7 tent sites with electric, 7 RV dry camping sites and a overflow area. Spacing between sites is close. Site 12 has the most privacy and the largest grass area. It is located next to the Bath house/restrooms. No a problem with noise. Fire wood is provided with a voluntary donation for it. There is a dump station with a fee of $10. Overall a great little campground and only $20 per night. If our travels bring us back to this area, we will be back to this campground. - ETB
May 2016 - $20.00
Nice little campground. All sites blacktop and level. Several new sites were being constructed. We were only here one night and were the only ones there at the time. Close to walking trails, with a factory across the street but it was quiet at night. Clean restrooms and showers. Free firewood available! We would stay again when passing through. - N8MD
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed at this park many times and have always enjoy our stay. In the spring we use the group site for a family camping weekend. This site works awesome for our group of about 8 campers. Can put them in a circle. It has a small shelter and your own clean pit toilets. No electricity on the group sites. We have used their regular sites with electricity and they are nice. They now have some sites that are reserveable otherwise it is first come first serve. Our only problem is getting a hold of them. No one ever answers the phone and it takes forever for them to call you back if they do. - Bailey222
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Beautiful heavily-wooded park in the WI north woods, located on Jack lake, about 12 miles north of Antigo. Access roads are paved. Very curvy and somewhat difficult to maneuver into sites with a large rig. Jack lake allows only electric trolling motors, so it's very quiet. Great fishing. Camping is 1st come/1st serve. Pets are welcome in the campground, but not in the adjoining park. New bath/shower house with pay showers. Electric only RV sites. Water is available at entry, as is sewer dump, which costs $5.00 for registered guests. Many miles of hiking/biking trails, which joint up to WI Ice Age Trail. Firewood, ice, bait sales, boat rentals, beach, playground, volleyball/basketball courts. Verizon works fairly well here, even in the woods. Overall, an excellent county park. - dennmattgano
Jul 2010 - $25.00
A good portion of the water and electric sites are permanent sites. So definitely call ahead and make reservations for water and electric sites. Most of those sites are not level, so bring plenty of leveling boards. There is a LOT of room there for tent camping and primitive RV camping. They do have a dump station. They have two lakes on the property. The owners are very kind and very accommodating. This is my 5th year there for the summer Twister motorcycle event. I will be back again next year! - thetonz
Jul 2018 - $31.00
We stayed one night passing through. As others have said, it's a clean, well maintained park. No amenities. There are port a potties only. Sites are close on the back cause you share a hookup pedestal. But plenty of room on the front. The cable didn't work. We couldn't get any over the air channels and couldn't get satellite due to the trees. Gas station out front with enough room our rig to fill up. You have to go to the hotel front desk to register. There is a bus lane there or there is a vacant lot by the RV Park you can park in and walk over to the hotel. Food at the casino is ok. About what you would expect. Hard to beat $30 for a night. Plus they give you 10 in free play for the casino. Plenty of grass to walk the dog. - Patricia57
Aug 2017 - $29.00
This place was perfect for an overnight stop. Nice level pull-thru sites in a wooded area right next door to the casino. There are no amenities and even the bathrooms are just port-a-potties. You can walk the 1 minute walk to the casino for regular bathrooms. Power was fine and the water pressure was really good for a nice shower in the rig. Although there is a cable TV hook-up it does not work. However, I was able to pull in all of the major stations with my OTA antenna. WIFI only inside the casino. One note, if you follow your GPS, you need to turn onto County Rd Q at the big interchange. Both of our GPS units had us turning about a quarter mile past where we should turn. - akeller156
Aug 2017 - $39.00
Park was good. Next to casino. Stayed one night. Lots of trees so no satellite. Cable not working, though advertised. No wifi at campground. It was OK for a one night stay going through but Gould not recommend for longer stays unless the casino was the reason for the stay. - Keeponmoving
Jul 2018 - $10.00
Hard to navigate up to full service sites with 43 ft fifth wheel. Limited full service sites and not nearly enough bathrooms for a full park. One toilet stayed plugged up all weekend. Office staff couldn't even tell you where an RV parts store was. Hot tub was pretty dirty. No WiFi. - Rbrownea
May 2018 - $45.00
This was the best camping trip we have ever been on. We arrived on a Saturday about 1 pm. The lots were very spacious and we could pick anyone we wanted. They have kayaks, paddle boats, and canoes you can check out and use. They have an indoor heated pool and a hot tub besides the lake. they are very kid friendly and pet friendly. They even have a dog beach. Are vehicles battery died and they brought a charger right to our site, so that we did not have to worry about how we were going to get it started when it was time to leave. We tried all the amenities including eating at the thirsty whale wow they had awesome food reasonably priced. - sexyteddy
Aug 2017 - $5.00
Large park. Very spread out. Most of the camp lots are heavily treed. Interior roads are tight, tree lined and confusing. The park is remote so bring in what you need. Most of the spots are a hike to amenities and some may need to drive to the pool or lake. There is no WIFI or TV. Verizon cell was ok with 2 bars. We were able to get satelite but it was very difficult to set up. Most sites here are permanent or seasonal. - BrianStacifulltimers
Sep 2010 - $20.00
Another great stay at this remote campground. We stayed 3 months and enjoyed every minute. Campers are free to keep boats and ATVs at their campsite at no extra charge. The owners are fantastic people that will do whatever is necessary to make your stay right. This is our summer campground. - nascaron
Jul 2009 - $20.00
We camped at Christian's Campground in Pelican Lake, Wisconsin on a monthly basis with a very reasonable rate. We found the campground to be very quiet. Mostly seasonal campers with some weekend campers. During the week we were basically alone in the campground. The sites are big enough that we were able to put our 38 foot fifth wheel in sideways, with a lot of space on both sides, so our door faced the woods. All sites have full hookups with 50 Amp service. There is a pavilion, playground, and sand volleyball court available. All campers are allowed to store boats, ATVs, etc, on their sites at no extra charge. Pelican Lake is within a mile drive and an ATV trail comes right to the campground. The campground has a few piers on the lake for your boat and fishing use. We will be back next year. - nascaron
Jul 2016 - $45.00
This park has a lot going for it as it includes an artificial swimming pond that has sand all around it. It is shallow on one side as well as on the edges. We had a pull thru site and for a pull thru it was very spacious. Our site was on the edge of a interior road and we had a lot of golf cart traffic well into the night and again early in the morning. Seems that golf carts are a big part of the experience here though I would rather walk. The site was very level and I didn't need to do any leveling. The campground delivers wood to your site and for $10 we got enough wood for two days so that was a great value. The bathrooms were decent and the showers worked great for us with a young son including have hot water. They also have a bar/pub on site, beach volleyball, and horseshoe pits.
The part that kind of bothered me is the adults in the site get free access to everything in the park. If your children would like access to the extra activities in the park it is an additional cost. They need a special wrist band for $20 to be able to use the bounce pillow, inflatable water park, the fishing pond/paddle boats area. Of course anyone that has kids are going to want this extra access band.
Check in was rather crazy as well as they could not find our reservation but after looking through the list three times they finally found it. In other campgrounds we have been in, they seem way more prepared at check in.
Overall we had a lot of fun, appreciated the spacious site and we would certainly go back. I enjoyed the swimming pond the most and the fact that the site was fairly spacious for a pull thru. - Schultefam