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26 RV Parks near Eagle River, Wisconsin
Jul 2016 - $35.00
The campground is pretty crowded it's mainly for seasonal campers. The overnight or weekender spots are scattered throughout the campground. If you love to fish it's a great place located on Cranberry Lake that's a gateway to a large chain of lakes.There is a boat launch that is for the campground use only.
The only bad thing is the water at the campground. Very heavy iron content and RV water filters can't filter it out. The laundry facilities ruined a shirt of my wife with rust stains due to the water. Bring plenty of bottled water. - Randy6010
Aug 2015 - $10.00
I am a Coast to Coast member. When checking in I asked for a site with a clear view of the southern sky for the satellite TV antenna on the motor home. There are some such sites which were vacant during our stay. I was told that the location of my site was non-negotiable. There were only two off the air TV stations. There was too much tree canopy to get a satellite TV signal from my tripod antenna. The sites are relatively small. - Bill Strong
Sep 2009 - $27.00
This campground grew on us during our stay. The campground definitely caters to seasonals. As a Coast-to-Coast member; they are newly returned to the KOA system this year (the main building is obviously that of an old KOA). Many seasonal sites have been improved upon by their inhabitants, especially with nice patios or decks. Some ideas of "improvement" are a matter of taste, but in any case we did not see any outside refrigerators or "junky" appearance, despite the abundance of flamingos and bear statues. Quite a few pull-through sites which will accommodate bigger rigs. Some turns in the campground can be tight and require care to negotiate. The trees: though also abundant, are trimmed or thinned in such a way that getting around with a big rig is possible without damage. Sites are natural in appearance:. dusty in dry weather and the utility hookups are older. No sewer hookups available, but the park offers a dump station and honey wagon service ($5 for the latter). The campground is very popular with fishermen, being located on Cranberry Lake, and there are lots of boats here. Bathrooms: especially those in the community building, are spacious and clean, with plenty of hot water for the showers. There's a pool, shuffleboard courts, and weekend activities. The campground is not easy to find, located down several small winding backroads, but it has a real "North Woods" feel. There are even warnings to watch out for bears, particularly near the trash dumpsters at night. (Fortunately the dumpsters are located near the campground entrance, not near sites; unfortunately that means a long walk, or a drive for some near the lake to dispose of their trash. Staff does not do trash pickup, presumably because of the bear issue). Wi-Fi is available only at the office building. There are cellphone towers in the area, as ours worked (surprisingly) while we were here. Note: if hooking up to water, let it run for a while first: lots of rust came out of our faucet for the first 30 seconds or so. We'd probably camp here again if in the area. It's a very pretty spot, and at least off-season on the weekend was quite quiet. - PokyRVer
Sep 2018 - $24.00
We got here a few weeks before closing, so it was relatively empty. The spots were plenty long enough for rv and tow. Easy enough to unhook by the office. We were in an open area, which was what we wanted for satellite purposes. There is a wooded area more suited to tents and smaller campers. Staff was very welcoming. I believe they have lots of activities during the summer season. Wifi was good, weak verizon signal, site was fhu. Walking trail behind pond and an atv trail also. Staff was great, helpful, spots pretty level, easy navigation to spot. - dorcol
Aug 2017 - $33.00
Shower house is great, excellent/friendly staff, good campground for kids (lots of activities), dump station location can be tricky if its crowded, our site was too short for our 35ft TT, but didnt feel like hooking up and moving, bring extra hose and extention cord (every other site has hookups on opposite side. Stayed four days (W/E site). - nlee04
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Very nice park. Watch how much they charge you. They charged me the $40 rate it should have been $37. I had PPA so I only paid $20 per night. We stayed 2 nights. Their computer system is very slow. It took us 20 minutes to ck in. The park is great for kids. A lot of things to do. Bring ant deterant. I would stay again. Sites are very level on the South side. - Camp master
May 2019 - $35.00
This is the campground you've always dreamed about. Instead of crowded campsites where you barely have room to extend your awning, this has VERY large sites. It's heavily wooded and very nice restroom facilities. The only downside is there aren't sewer hookups, but a very nice dump station. Some sites don't have 50 amp. Dump station free for campers. Make sure you make a reservation. Some sites may be available as first come first served, but all can be reserved. - phogren
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Reservation confirmation instructed us to check the board for our site upon entering the campground. We entered from the main highway and there was no board. Very small arrow sign directed us through the campground to the check-in board/office. Luckily, the campground manager was coming out of the office as we pulled up and told us that there was another site in addition to our assigned site available with full hook-ups. He allowed us to look at both sites and the original assigned site had dirt plowed to the end like they were trying to make it larger. The second site, which we selected, was brand new and also dirt. We selected the new site with full hook-ups for easy in and out as we were staying only three nights. The campground itself is older, designed for shorter RV's for maneuvering (narrow roads) and occupied with mostly seasonal guests. The beach and boat access is across the street. The lakes area is very pretty, and if you have a boat, this would be a nice stay... especially when the improvements/changes are completed with the new sites. - Golfgirl
Jun 2016 - $30.00
The campground has a new owner as of April 2015. Facilities are in great condition. CLEAN modern bathrooms! Lots to do. Walk to 3 restaurants and golf course. On Big Stone Lake (28 chain lake).
The new manager is very nice. Great camping experience. - Full time Camper123
Jul 2010 - $42.00
This was a very sad little campground, about three miles outside of Three Lakes. New owners since April 2010. Mostly permanents with about six sites available to nightly. A lot of older trailers as permanents. The park is just across the road from a pretty little lake and they have an access for residents. Our site was a pad that was just exactly as wide and long as our rig (33') with a steep incline at the front making it impossible to pull thru, although it was advertised as a pull thru. No sewer hook ups and the dump site, once we drove all thru the park in order to come in on the proper side, was actually lower than our rig and so we had to jack up the fiver in order to dump. Even that was not very successful. No laundry facilities at the campground and the public restrooms looked very questionable. We would not return to this campground. - shovelguy
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Please know that the majority of this campground is full timers. Sites all on top of each other. A charge for the showers. We were camped above their refuse area where they worked part of the day with a noisy front loader. Add camper's leaf blowers and power washers and one could just stay at home with the noise. Lovely deer attracted by the neighbors feeding them marshmallows. Not our idea of camping in the north woods. - aabadger
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Been going here for over 20 years. Beautiful lake access, flat sites, easy in and out. Small game room. Nice store. Dump station was tipped the wrong way. Need to prop up the one side to get to drain properly. - mike sprecher
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Rate is the Weekly Rate for "full" hook-ups (30 amp/water/sewer). The good: The location is on the lake with boat launch, marina and lots of marine rental type items including pontoon boats, canoes, kayaks, tubes, SUP's and various kid & adult water toys. Lots of amenities including a designated swim/play area, horseshoes, volleyball and bikes for rent. Our hook-ups worked well. Water pressure was good. Site was fairly level. Signs from the highway are helpful. It's very dark at night perfect for star gazing and possible Northern Lights. The not-so-good: No 50 amp in the park (a big miscommunication - we thought there was until we arrived). It's not big-rig friendly. You can do it, but it's not easy (I wouldn't try it if you are 42'). Trees (for big rigs) need to be trimmed. The office is in the center of the campground so, after check-in, getting to our site was a bit of a gyration. Rules are not enforced (i.e. speed limit and quiet time). Paid extra for wifi ($1/day) and it rarely worked. Campsite had various little trash such as cigarette butts, bottle caps, candy wrappers, etc. Bathrooms looked dated and not terribly clean (cobwebs galore). Misc details: Verizon cell worked fine. Sprint Mifi had zero signal. Trees restricted satellite access. Bottom Line: This is a family friendly "old school" campground with mostly tenters, trailers and some 5th wheels. There is another RV park about ten miles away that's probably a better fit for a big rig but you'll sacrifice the "camp" vibe. - GottaGoNow
Mar 2017 - $1.00
This is a small beautiful RV Park right on Big St. Germain Lake. All the sites are seasonal which makes for a very family friendly environment. The owners are very attentive and keep everything very clean. - Ian Sherren