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5 RV Parks near Dorchester, Wisconsin
Jul 2017 - $15.00
Beautiful park, lots of trees, quiet, well maintained. One drawback was water spigots were only on certain sites and we did not have enough hose to reach the one next to us. Check out which one that has the water on site first. We played pickleball there. - we're rollin
Oct 2016 - $18.00
First, the good: For $18 we got a large site with full hookup. This park offers a very good value. Now the bad: Bathrooms and showers were very smelly, filled with mosquitos and other insects. My husband said there was a decaying frog body in the urinal. In addition, there are several factories to the west of the park that are noisy all night.
If a person needed to go to Marshfield for medical needs, this would be a handy place to stay. - Organic1
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This park is truly a hidden secret. LG sites, most have electric and water. Some have sewer, if not 2.00 for dump station. Very clean and well maintained. - Msneuby
May 2015 - $15.00
We stayed here overnight to take advantage of the adjoining bike trail. A very nice city park especially considering the camping rate was only $15. Just as nice as many places we've stayed at that were double the cost. The sites were level and paved and some of the sites are along the riverfront. Very pretty. There are clean bathrooms but no showers. There is a city swimming pool in the park but it was still closed for the season. We were here mainly to use the very nice bike trails and plan on returning. - jseugene
Jul 2014 - $15.00
This is a basic park. The sites are all paved, and each has a picnic table and a trash can. Some sites have 30 amp and some have 30/50 amp. The sites on the river side have the electric and water on the wrong side of the RV (passenger side when backing in); the sites on the opposite side of the road have the electric and water on the correct side. There are restrooms near the city pool, but no showers. There are showers in the city pool building, but there is a charge of $2.50 for kids, $3.00 for adults to use the pool/showers. There is a free dump station about 1 mile away at the city treatment plant. Park was quiet. Nice place to stay for an overnight. - sendthefire
Jun 2008 - $15.00
This is a beautiful city park on the Black River and Medford Mill Pond. Bike and walking trail comes through the park and connects with a 26 mile Rail/Trail good for hiking and biking. There is a municipal swimming pool in the park, as well as other recreational facilities. This is a great find ... try it ... you'll like it. - Bob & Bonnie
Oct 2007 - $16.00
The city has upgraded this park since our stay in 2006 but didn't go far enough. Due to a "construction" boom they upgraded many sites to water and electric and still have the dump available. There is no gravel or pavement for any of the spots and during rains you sink quickly. The park is still maintained but they have doubled the price and with a park available at Dorchester for the same money, this one has suffered by comparison. Too bad, because a little grading and gravel would make it a beautiful spot. - lgr_001
Jun 2006 - $8.00
This city park is useful for a "necessary" layover in this area. There is a nice R/V Dump which is free if needed. Potable water is also available. Worst part is the mosquitos during the summer. Park is right by the railroad tracks so it's quite noisy if trains bother you. - lgr_001
Aug 2008 - $16.00
This is an unusually messy park. We had to search to find someone to check us in. We finally found someone in the attached bar. This is a very dirty park. It is like a bad State park gone really bad. We will never stay here again. - Shadoe
Jul 2007 - $27.00
This place has all the amenities, but is in a generally run down condition. Roadways were poorly maintained with many bumps and potholes. It was a weekend and vehicles were everywhere, making it difficult to traverse to/from our site. Rest rooms and laundry facilities were dirty and in poor shape. Hookups were not well marked and disorganized and we found that we were overlapping other peoples' cables and hoses to get to one that was accessible. We never did find a sewer hookup. We had problems with consistent power output. - Sunny5