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14 RV Parks near Hurley, Wisconsin
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hurley. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hurley in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $25.00
The park has only 10 or so sites for large rigs. The rest were good for tents and class c's maybe. The shower/restrooms were clean but old. There were hooks and benches. I had a full hookup site but for 25$ seemed pricey concede ring the park setting. The big rig loop was easy to enter but we backed out because there was low branches and a tight turn to pull through. - Gurleymon
Jun 2016 - $10.00
Plus side is that they have recently upgraded about 10 pull through sites to 50amp. Minus sides are that the place is prone to flooding and standing water. Pads are gravel and somewhat level. Be sure and use mosquito repelant when outside walking dogs. Not sure we will stay here again. If you just want a place for a quick over-nite this would work. - Deputydan
Sep 2015 - $25.00
There are two parts to this city park campground, the lower with complete hookups, and the upper with just 20 amp. We selected the upper because of the more openness and somewhat more seclusion. We had to use our electrical adapter. The gravel roads were somewhat eroded badly needing gravel and grading. - stetwood
Jul 2018 - $36.00
This was our second time staying at this beautiful, grassy park! The owner is the sweetest lady - she let us pick our space, so we opted for "close to the restroom" although the sites a bit farther away had lovely shade. After a week of dusty camping out west, it was great to find ourselves surrounded by lawn. - Deb344
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful place to stay. Grassy with some shade trees at nearly all sites. The owner is a fun person to visit with. Close to many attractions and more than one town nearby for conveniences and whatever one needs. - Vietnam Veteran
Jul 2016 - $25.00
When you drive by, you may think to keep going and look for a different place, but you will miss out on an awesome spot. The little old lady that runs the place is one of the most charming and friendliest hosts you could ask for.
I stay at a lot of campsites when touring on my bike, and this is the only one I felt compelled to create an account just to give a review on.
Don't pass this one by. You'll be missing out. - Gustapo
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Sweet municipal campground located on Sunday Lake. We had a pull-through, paved lot, 50 amp service, full hookups for $40/night, $200/week, or $400/month. Most sites are grass or gravel. Some are just electric/water. Convenient dump station available. Navigating with big rig through park was not an issue. Roads are paved and showing a bit of wear, and trees are trimmed. Electric and water hookups were on curbside, but close enough to not be a stretch. Four wi-fi towers provided reliable internet. We had satellite reception on Lot 48, but would be doubtful on most lakeside lots and the first row of the campground. Verizon signal was good. Bathhouse and showers are in good repair and clean. Floor looked to be newly epoxyed. Pay showers--dressing area was good size. Eddy Park next to the campground has a swimming beach with rafts, kayak rentals, bathroom, and two pavilions. Would stay here again. Campground Host was exceptionally helpful. - RagTopDay
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Wow! What a hidden gem! From Highway 2 you will see signs for "Sunday Lake Campground". It is a part of the Eddy Park Complex in Wakefield. Can't say enough about this park! Having no agenda, we were going to just spend the night and move on. We stayed a week! Park Host is wonderful and accomodating! A pleasure to be around! This is a City Owned campground adjacent to a wonderful City park on Sunday lake with a beautiful beach picnic area, kids playground, kayak rentals etc. There is a lighted 3 mile paved walking trail around the lake. Daily rate is $25.00 but their weekly rate is $125.00! We had site #7, waterfront site. Being adjacent to the lake, most sites have some slope, but very manageable. Most sites have 50 amp and water, but there are a handful of FHU sites for a little more cost. WiFi at this park is unbelievable!! Antennas everywhere, and it worked flawlessly the whole week we were there. AT&T worked well. Over the air was spotty with few channels available. This is true hidden gem!! We will return! - AlaskaJack
Jul 2018 - $25.00
This is a basic RV camp. Full hook-ups are nice. You park on the grass. There's a variety of campers and some are kept up better than others. There are more large pick-up trucks here than at most car lots, I think. When they start up, you can hear them really well. The park is located on a beautiful lake with a swimming area and playground. Nothing special, but I would stay here again as I pass through the area. - EdinFL
Jul 2009 - $15.00
This campground is very small and right next to a fairly busy road that ends at Lake Superior. We stayed here because the campground that we had reservations at (Loon Lagoon Campground) was uninviting. The owners are just starting up this campground and are very friendly and helpful. No showers, or restrooms, except for the bathrooms in the bar on the grounds. We wouldn't stay here again, simply for the fact that it's right on a fairly busy road. - MaryB61
Jun 2010 - $18.00
Well My family and I are regulars since we live in Bessemer. We know the seasonals down here. If you like to go to bed early, DO NOT COME HERE!! There is a lot of partying here but it will be quiet by 11PM. The rate is a little expensive for what you get. 5 spots are walk-in spots and another 5 are tent spots along the lake so that doesn't leave many spots for trailers. If you are traveling I suggest you go to the driftwood where you can get a spot. There are no reservations. - Yooperboy
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Our Site was nice and level. We had plenty of space for our trailer and tow vehicle. The space was wide enough to put out our slides without difficulty. Verizon was great. Staff was friendly. We stayed for an overnight stop and it was perfect for that. There is a gas station with the bar and office. - Islandcpa
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Very basic campground, sites level some dirt 1-21 and grass sites 25 - 38. Combination campground, gas station, bar, restaurant. The 50 amp sites are limited: call ahead.
Note: Site 18 is 50 amp but an "overflow" site, not level and prone to water, used as a road when not being used as a site so it is rutted. We were not told it was an overflow site, did not want to set my jacks in the mud, relocated to site 32 which is only 30 amp. Was grass and level with sewer, satellite friendly.
Camp used by 4x4 enthusiasts as there is a trail next to the campground. Turned out it was much quieter than it looked at first with the number of 4x4's on the campsites. Restrooms and trash a ways from the back sites. Great Verizon signal, do not know if there is park wifi. Roads easy enough for a big rig if you stay to the rear sites. There is a casino a few miles down the road. Food at the bar is limited but good. No dog park but lots of grass for Rover. - wtravlr1
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This is a mom and pops campground. It is not a resort, but a good old fashioned RV campground. The hosts are very courteous and helpful. A restaurant and bar are on the property, and the food was good. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. The sites were grass and level with ample room for slideouts. It is a quiet campground. It is great for an overnight stop or for a few days resting. We stayed here in a 39 foot fifth wheel and would stay here again if in the area. - Mike1987
Jul 2018 - $38.00
We were nicely surprised by the trees providing shade at the 50 amp sites! Grass and dirt level sites that are wide and long. Nice staff keeping the place looking good. - GailMOH
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This park cost us $45 less a night than a previous one and has better sites without all the glitz. Our site was spacious, good utilities and good wifi! We found it a good value. Park is quiet. Don't let the bar part of the name turn you away, although it might be a plus to some. It doesn't intrude on the park. - padre
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Location off US 2 was perfect for a night on our way to Glacier. Limited sites with full hookups. Looked like a lot of folks were monthly renters. No one visited 5+ campers that were parked near us the entire time we were there. Would stay here again - for one night to get some rest. - ruddellp
Jun 2018 - $8.00
Beautiful Park. Excellent sites, some on a bluff overlooking the lake. Park water system has been totally revamped. Water available in the park not at each site. Vault toilets - well maintained. CG is a bit rustic, just the way I like it. Host extremely helpful & friendly. - Darthk
Sep 2010 - $7.00
We stayed for an overnight and were pleasantly surprised. The sites are mostly large and separated by trees. We could see Lake Superior out our back window. There are trails to and along the river to view several waterfalls. We would definitely come here again. - dewwood
Jun 2009 - $14.00
Black River is run under the Ottawa national forest. This means there is rustic camping with no hook ups. But this NFC has a sewer dump station and water fill ups in the front of the campground and flush toilets. The spots are separated with woods so you get some privacy. The campground is along L. Superior. There are about 4 lakeside spots. About a 1/2 mile west is Black River Harbor with a picnic area, a beach for swimming, a boat landing and long/short term boat parking. It is 15 miles away from Bessemer on City RD 513. Just turn at the stoplight in Bessemer.l - Yooperboy
Jun 2009 - $22.00
This is the place to camp while in the Porcupine Mtns. if you don't mind no hookups. It's very rustic - no hookups at all and pit toilets. The scenery and hiking from this campground is absolutely wonderful. Everything is clean and well kept. Sites are large. Lots of wildlife. We would definitely plan on coming here again. - kimsadventure
Oct 2008 - $14.00
Rustic State Park campground in the South West part of Porcupine Mountain State Park. No hook-ups, water available at hand pumps but no way to fill tanks. Row of sites along bluff overlooking Lake Superior, the rest of sites back in heavily wooded area. Campground split into generator and non-generator loops. Interesting fire pits, double corrugated tubes that were about three feet deep, had to build a big fire just to see it. Good hiking trails along the Presque Isle River to a number of waterfalls and down to the shore of Lake Superior. If you need hook-ups drive to the other end of the park and stay at Union Bay. The park sits on the line that separates EST from CST so as you drive to the other side you lose an hour. - VACHZHD
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Nicely maintained and easy access of main road. Nice Sites with cable. Quiet. Owner nice lady. Close walk to town. - DP 123
Aug 2010 - $30.00
We loved this place! It had free put-put, a merry-go-round and swing set. Also had horse shoes. You can play on all the fun stuff as long as you want, within reason. The bathrooms are clean. There are two washers and two dryers. You can use washer and dryer 24/7. They have good cable TV, but no WiFi, (we have an aircard). We would stay here again! People are nice. - heyme
May 2010 - $25.00
We enjoyed our stay there! We were here 5 days and 4 nights in a Toy Hauler. They have ATV trail access. It looked like all RV sites had cable TV, water, electric, sewer, picnic table and fire rings were available. Our site had 30 amp service. Recreation room included a pool table, fooze ball table, TV, VCR and lots of couches. In an adjoining room there were two washers and dryers. There was a primitive, 6-hole miniature golf. Boats and firewood were also available. Other than the fact that they didn't mow the grass; we enjoyed our stay and will definitely stay here again! - thetonz