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15 RV Parks near Ellison Bay, Wisconsin
Jun 2018 - $58.00
Stayed here at the Wagon Trail Campground in Door County, Wisconsin and the service and staff are excellent. The campsites were pretty level and the restrooms and showers have been recently remodeled and are very clean. From the campground there are some nice trails to the nearby Mink River and to a fairly quiet beach are on the shores of Lake Michigan. The water up here is much clearer than you will see in the lake down by Chicago. If you have a tow vehicle, you could easily spend a week traveling around the nearby areas and exploring this part of Wisconsin. Lot's of scenic drives and fun places to stop. I hope to make Wagon Trail Campground part of an annual tradition. - Bogie71
Aug 2017 - $58.00
Semi private and very quiet campsites. Lots are decent size and compact gravel, easy to level our TT. Our two kids enjoyed the space and small playground. Store was well stocked, and everything was flawless. Bathrooms were well cleaned, as was the laundry and all of the pathways and campsites. Should we travel back here again we will be back. - thegermans
Jun 2017 - $52.00
Located in the northern part of Door County (DC) but don't let that stop you from staying here. DC is long and narrow so you are never far from the action. This was our third stay here. We looked at others but you can't beat Wagon Trail. Many other campgrounds are adjacent to the highway and road traffic is noisy. Owner and her staff will make you feel welcome. Showers, restrooms and laundry are spotless. Nicely stocked camp store. - LuvShack
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Before selecting this CG, I checked RVPR first, identified the top five in Door County based upon scores, then visited each first. This was clearly the best based upon our criteria: 1) clean, quiet, well maintained CG, 2) sites large and level with FHU (most) and good utilities, 3) adequate internal roads to navigate, and either pull-thru or easy back-in, 4) shade from mature but trimmed trees and plenty of room between. This CG has an older section that started out as a mobile home park, hence about a dozen sites have a permanent home. This is the reason for the larger than typical sites and so much space between them - in the old section. The new section in the expansion field are the typical rows of aligned sites. There are no amusement amenities however (no pool, playground, game-room, store, etc.) so its better suited to adults who like quiet and spacious surroundings. I concur with the other 2017/2018 reviewers - see their comments. - Jim n Lynn
Aug 2018 - $48.00
Really nice RV Park, great location. Sites were spread out and we backed up to a cherry orchard. There was a steep hump when entering from the second entrance and we have very low clearance; we made it okay but it was close. Wished we knew about this beforehand. If you have low clearance call them and ask for directions to the third entrance which is not marked. Verizon service was excellent. We were able to get Direct TV satellite from our site (D14) with no problem. Gravel roads, they were easy to navigate with our 45' motor home. - SNL
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Easy access for big rigs. Note: There is more than one entry to the park. We were met by a friendly couple as we drove in, given our site information, and asked to get settled and then return to pay for our stay. They don't accept credit cards, cash/check only. We were here 18 days and were sad to leave. Door County is a special place. This is a large park with a number of seasonal, maybe permanent residents. All sites that we saw were well maintained and folks were friendly. There are a lot of mature trees in the "main" section of the campground. As others have mentioned, there is a newer section of the campground that has no trees and offers no privacy between sites. There are both pull-through and back-in sites available. Sites are gravel. Interior roads were easy to navigate, even with our car in tow. The utilities at our site were perfectly placed for class A motor homes, and they worked as expected. At the time of our stay, there was no cable in the newer section, but it appeared as though they were working on supplying it to the newer section. We had 4 OTA PBS channels. There was no designated pet area, but there was plenty of open green space to walk pets. Verizon cell service was hit and miss during our time in Door County. - Guinness
Jun 2016 - $36.00
This is a a family run campground, run by the sweetest couple. We really enjoyed our site, however this park seemed to mostly be long term campers. That always changes the vibe for us. Everything was clean, my son loved the catch & release pond. Sadly, the wooded areas had to be avoided during our stay because of heavy rains the week before and mosquitoes. We did not have a chance to use the pool. The location is fabulous. We were able to walk to the bakery for breakfast and Sister Bay was a quick drive up the road. This is also a great place to stay for those visiting the state parks. We did not have full hook-ups, so plan to visit their dump station. It was a very tight drive for our 37 foot fifth wheel to maneuver the interior rode that goes through the park, but doable. To reserve you must mail a check for a deposit as they do not accept credit cards. Plan to arrive with cash or check. This is a great home base to enjoy Door County. - barrygoodtimes
Aug 2015 - $35.00
I have been camping here all my life. This is one trip the whole family looks forward to every year. The entire property is well maintained and CLEAN. The pool is great and lots of open spaces for the kids to play. The sites are private and shady. There is a trout pond where you can catch rainbow trout. - F350John
Jun 2016 - $21.00
We love the island. We love it so much we'd probably stay in the middle of a mudpit and find it hard to complain. The campground has seen some changes in recent years--mostly in terms of cabin builds. But one thing does remain consistent...if you want to use the showers, bring your galoshes. The drainage problem there that was also present years ago results in a pretty nasty shower experience (ankle deep in mysterious swamp like whoknowswhat). Some attempts seem to be made with keeping up with the cleanliness, but the feminine products floating in the showers and crazy slow-drain soapy residue made the restrooms something to avoid during our stay. The laundry facilities are the only ones on the island, but it will cost ya $5.00 a load (2.75 wash, 2.25 dry). Some sites will challenge even the best backer-upper, as maneuvering around trees and then attempting to be level is not always an easy task here. Lots of tent camping among RV sites with W/E hookups, the purpose of which seems to be to use the electricity to run radios. All day, all night. Given that tents cannot contain noise like RVs can, some additional separation or assignment of sites might be helpful....for instance a section for tents that want electricity, etc. The park could really use some camphosts, as it appears one or two people are trying to manage the whole thing...and it shows via a lot of site neglect. - ThreeTravellingBlondes
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Washington Island is a nice place to visit and this campground is the only game in town. Nice, large, wooded campsites. Electric pedestals are out in the woods between campsites so you will need a long extension cord. Our 30 Amp cord + extension cord wouldn't reach so we had to use a 50 foot 20 Amp cord.
Owners are very friendly and there are a lot of nice amenities like a swimming pond with sand beach, miniature golf course, playground, etc.
The down sides are the place needs more and better maintenance--potholes in roads, general litter in campground, inoperative fixtures in restrooms. A strange thing--the restrooms were clean and well stocked with soap, paper towels, etc. But the showers were pretty cruddy. And it's a long hike from the camp sites to the restrooms & showers.
Not a great campground, but OK if you want to stay a few days on Washington Island. - John45
Aug 2008 - $32.00
On the brochure I got from the RV dealer about the campground there were people swimming and holding up big fish which leads you to believe there is water at the campground. Not the case. The campground is located 4 miles from the water on a small island. All that shoreline and they put the campground in the middle of nowhere. To get to the island it's about 100 bucks in ferry fees. Once on the island you start to see there is not as much to do there than where you came from. The staff was nice and it was easy to get a reservation. The island coast is beautiful and the water is clear and cold. I would like to rate this campground higher but due to the lack of activities, 5 is as high as I'll go. I would suggest to save the ferry ride money and stay somewhere else in Door County. - laynela
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This is our third time of staying here. The hosts are polite and competent. They guide you to your site.
The 30 amp electric held its voltage ... the dump site is easy to get to.
My only suggestion for improvement would be some serious road improvement ... they are marked by many potholes.
This is a handy location for the things that we like to do while visiting Door County: plays, hiking, dining. - skigramp
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Stayed in Motorhome so we did not use the restrooms. We did use the laundry that had 2 washers and 2 dryers, they both worked fine. All gravel roadways and a little dusty. Our site was a pull thru, we have a 34ft motorhome and had no problems. It was a quiet stay and we had no problems. Site included 30 or 50 amp service and water. Dump station was available. We would stay again. - Bonzo656
May 2013 - $24.00
This is my third visit to this park since the new owners took over in 2011. They have invested a lot of "sweat equity" in cleaning up the grounds, trimming trees, cutting grass and the overall general appearance. If I owned the campground I would spend some time and money on the bathhouses. Spiders in the corners, water around the sinks, floor dirty. I noticed and pointed out several things, and the manager was appreciative. The problem is this: you must have an eye for noticing things that could be improved and I can tell you that the employees here do not have an eye for that. Examples: they have a fish windsock hanging on the entrance sign. It's in it's third season and faded: spend $25 bucks and present a good first impression. Paint the outside of the office building; repair the bathroom fixtures. The best thing about this campground is the location: close proximity to Fish Creek. The sites are decent and overall it improved greatly, time to take it to the next level. Has amazing potential! - jeffincedar
Oct 2017 - $20.00
LOVE this Park. Lots of campsites, great views. Curiously, there is only ONE fresh water fill for campers and ONE dump station for a huge park. We've been there for the past three falls and will be there again this year. - KTown Santa
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Big Rig? No Way! We tried to camp here in our 45' motorhome. Reserve America stated we could fit in site 421. We could barley navigate the roads in the campground to get to the site. We could not get into the site. Letftband stayed at Egg Harbor down the road. - Winecoastersblog
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We stayed one week which included Labor Day in Nicolet Bay South in an electric only site, no water hookup. Campground was full, family oriented. An abundance of walking/biking paths throughout the whole park with beautiful vistas that overlook Lake Michigan or the Bay of Green Bay. There is a boat launch area. The sandy beach was a short walk away where you could rent kayaks and bikes. Wi-fi is only available at the concession stand area at this beach. Golf course in the park. There are plenty of overlooks and pullouts to view when driving the toad. There is a lighthouse. This is one of our favorite destination campgrounds. Very popular, you should make a reservation. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Jul 2018 - $44.00
The face each other. Awnings almost touch. Clean park. the fire ring is unusable because the sites are so close, the ring is under the awning. - tpk1923
Jul 2018 - $39.00
Easy to reserve online. If you stay four nights you get the fifth night free. We were escorted to our pull-through site which was fairly level and very close to our neighbor. Our slide outs almost touched our neighbors. Roads are a bit tight for rigs 40ft and over. Campground has a pool, nice playground, laundry, game room, small camp store. Some sites have cable, there is WiFi. The campground is surrounded by farms and is very quiet. The staff weren't all that friendly, but we spent most of our time exploring the area. We would stay here again. - mohocamper
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Although pricey, this is a good location for touring the peninsula. Very close to downtown Baileys Harbor and short drives to towns on the west side like Sister Bay. All of the seaside towns are charming with lots of flowers and a wide variety of restaurants. You can bicycle pretty much anywhere. There are free concerts almost every day in one town or the other. Farmers markets abound. There is easy access to the water with many public beach areas. Our site at the park was unlevel side to side, and we ended up with one back tire slightly off the ground. The sites contain white rock that left some very deep ruts after a storm. The staff leveled out some of the ruts but not all of them. The white rock is small and gets everywhere. We were on an end site and had a nice green area on the driver side. The passenger side was pretty close to our neighbor. We had our own utility hook up but some sites share it. The WII FI is either good or terrible. Utilities good. Directv satellite good. Verizon 4g 3 bars (varies at different sites). There is a nice, clean pool, and an activity center with a pool table, ping pong, and arcade games. There is also a basketball court and playground. Lots of kids riding their bikes or skateboards through the park. For the most part, it was quiet, although some weekends got a little loud as the locals came to party. We would stay here again. - Free
Oct 2018 - $42.00
A little snug getting around on interior roads but room enough. A lot of trees in most of park areas but those overhanging roads have been trimmed. Level gravel pull-through with well placed utilities. Good DirecTv signal to dish. We would stay here again. - Bossgreen
Aug 2018 - $32.00
This is our 4th time here & never disappointed. Family owned & operated, courteous, helpful, always available. Laundry facilities could use upgrade especially since opening new section added 22 more sites. Pool is heated, small but adequate. Opens at 9 so hubby can usually get laps in before kids take over. - Hulda
Aug 2018 - $37.00
Average RV campground, friendly staff, we'll taken care grounds and free popcorn every night. - Doc B
Jun 2013 - $30.00
The park is abundantly treed maybe too much. Very little sunlight gets through the canopy consequently there is also an abundance of Mosquitos. The pluses to the park, very friendly and helpful staff and the park is located on the quiet site of the peninsula. The park also looks and feels like a campground not a parking lot. - arteacher
Sep 2018 - $64.00
We camped in the new executive section. All sites and patios were concrete. Good Wi-fi access. Sites were reasonably spacious. Staff were professional and friendly. Campground is in a rural setting but very close to all the amenities provided by Door County. The rate was a bit pricey but the management went to great care to develop the new sites for big rigs...and it was full. The older portion of the Park was heavily wooded and close quarters. The only negative, as reported previously, was that the streets were gravel causing dusty conditions. Nonetheless, we will return and have reservations for a longer stay next year. - kurtk
Sep 2018 - $64.00
We stayed in the Executive area which is the area with concrete pads and cleared trees for larger rigs. The spaces are wide and long with lovely bushes between the sites. The rest of the campground is lovely too, though more wooded and rustic The staff is friendly and the weekend that we were here they had a fundraiser with music, food and a silent auction for the Volunteer Fire Department. We would definitely stay here again. - Melissa Koppenhaver
Sep 2018 - $64.00
Executive sites new, bare, between sites with NO privacy. We heard our neighbors door when they went in and every outside conversation. LOTS of dogs per site & tied outside more audible w/ lack of mature landscaping. Fences w/ the dogs, too. Many campfires with lots of smoke in a very small space. Weather was nice, but did not dare open windows or leave the door open. The premier loop looked better for privacy. No cable or TV reception. Ridiculous at this price. - Gypsy Duo