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9 RV Parks near Iron River, Wisconsin
Aug 2011 - $25.00
The fire pit was full of ashes when we got there. The shower was dirty and the bathroom was filthy! The swimming area was beautiful but that was the only good thing about the place. It appeared that it was mainly a place for seasonal campers as we were the only one there that were transient. As a result, we felt completely out of place and unwelcome. The other campers including the "host" sat on the front porch of the "store" and starred at us as we came in and out. They acted like we were trespassing! NOT WELCOMING AT ALL!! It was rude of the host. We asked for help and he smelled like he had slept in a bar. - parentof4
Jul 2011 - $25.00
County owned and electricity is being updated. We expected to see hiking trails, etc, but none present. There is swimming for kids and a pretty busy boat dock. It would appear that a majority of the campers are seasonal. We used it as a base camp, but will find another campground in the future. We also expected it tough to find a site because of the closure of Minnesota parks but we were the only transient campers. - stetwood
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Great staff, friendly and courteous. Site was a pull through, nice and level. The park is set way back from the highway so it is very quiet. I would stay there again. - Tanker
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This campground is set in the trees along the banks of Iron Lake. It feels like you are in a state park. Very natural and shady. The roads and sites are gravel and when it is dry it is dusty. It looked like all the overnighter sites where right there in front of the office. The seasonal sites were all along the hillside and down in the woods and along the lake. Very nice. I would have liked one of those sites and avoid the dust from the road, but I was only there for one night. Office was helpful and friendly. I would stay here again. - EdinFL
Jun 2018 - $33.00
In May we tried to reserve a weekend here for late June but found the CG was already pretty booked up. The owners were very responsive and placed us on a wait list for any last minute cancellations but ultimately we could only have one night there on an electric/water site. Our location actually placed us right in amongst a seasonal family and we felt as though we would be encroaching on their space if we sat outside. Not the fault of anyone, just our feeling. The site we did have was an old but fairly level concrete pad that we squeezed our 40' 5er on to. It was nicely shaded and had a large grassy space but like I mentioned, merged in to our neighbours fire pit and green space. The hosts/owners or managers (not sure) were very responsive and tried hard to find us a serviced space but due to the popularity of this location we could only have the one night. Power and water was very good and their wi-fi was excellent. There are some really nice locations within the CG which also has access to a lake in which you can swim, water-ski, kayak or canoe. The CG is far enough from Hwy 2 that you cannot hear it and no trains! We didn't try for any tv stations and don't have satellite. There is an on-site bar and laundry that we didn't make use of. The washrooms were older but clean, located behind the office/bar area and accessible 24/7. This is very much a family orientated CG but still quiet enough for a couple in their mid 50's with no kids or pets and we would definitely stay here again. - Hutch333id
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Owner was exceptional, we were having hard time locating a park. She told us to come on in that she had a site, but didn't know if we could get our big rig in. She would also help us locate a park if necessary. We did get in and it was a tight fit. They were so nice and helped us out the next morning. We would camp here again in a heartbeat if they have another site big enough. Beautiful, calm, serene sitting. - eagle on the move
Jul 2011 - $25.00
Shower was out of order, lights in outhouse did not work, the picnic table was busted, our "fire pit" was a small tire rim, the beach was full of goose dropping with LONG grass, the swimming area was mucky and weedy, the garbage dumpster was overflowing, and there was no host to be found. I called the county to complain about the situation and was told they were completely satisfied with the way the camp was being maintained and managed. Would NOT recommend this place!! - parentof4
Jul 2009 - $22.00
Rustic forest sites for smaller RVs and tents. Great fishing within a short walk on a premier trout and salmon river. All sites have shade. Very quiet except for the river and wildlife. Gravel sites with many on an angle. Self-registration. - tabber386
May 2017 - $28.00
This park is popular with the OHV community due to direct access to a huge trail network. It also means that most people are gone all day out riding. However, it was definitely a family friendly vibe with no noise issues on Memorial Day weekend. The campsites are reasonably spread out and arranged to provide some separation. Power pole is located in the middle of the site rather than at the end. The sewer location was good with a snug lid to keep our hose held in place without needing a flat rock. City water pressure was pretty good. There is a bath house with a shower room. $1.75 for first 5 min + $0.50 per add'l minute. Bathroom and shower room were both very clean. No WiFi access from our site, but you can get a signal at the adjacent library building. There isn't much to do right in the park, but plenty of outdoor activities in the area. Large store with groceries and hardware available 10 miles away in Cable. Corner store offers basic convenience items and lots of fishing supplies. There is a city park down the hill with a small playground and boat launch, but Drummond Lake didn't look good for swimming. We would definitely stay here again if we needed a place in this area. - Gryphon
Jul 2016 - $28.00
We echo the last review comments from 2015. This is a very well kept basic campground operated by ththe City of Drummond. 17 sites, about half have full hookups. One single mens and womens toilet, no shower. Sites are spaced very far apart, lots of room. Located at the south end of Drummond lake and the City park. Very nicely kept. Make reservations through the library/ city museum which is adjacent to the campground. Pay in cash or check only through a secured drop at the campground. There is one restaurant, The Black Bear, that is completely packed when open. There is also a General store that has virtually every basic thing you may need including fishing and hunting supplies. It's also a gas station, but no diesel available.
If you want a no frills quiet place to just sit back and read a book, this is the place. Librarian is a very pleasant person and will answer any questions and provide information about the area. - AlaskaJack
Sep 2015 - $28.00
This is a newer campground run by the town of Drummond. It is an ATV friendly park situated in the center of some of the best riding trails in Wisconsin. Bike trails, tubing, canoeing, and kayaking are also nearby. Great area to boat and fish. Have breakfast or lunch at The Brick House Cafe in Cable or the famous Delta Diner! We love this campground. Make sure to visit the Library and Museum located next to the park. - Yoopergirl
Aug 2016 - $10.00
What a beautiful camp with a lot of space between camp sites ! Facility wise, it only offers water at a few points in the camp which worked just fine for us. All so peaceful and all set in a magnificent forest between two lakes. Has a great friendly and helpful camp host, so at the end of the day, who could wish for more ! We will be returning ! - Zuluboy
Aug 2012 - $9.00
Beautiful campground with a lot of spots available for walk-up. Large sites and fairly level. We were able to get a good signal with our Verizon aircard, and with a Verizon cell phone, but nothing with AT&T. Quiet yet only 6 miles off the freeway. Two lakes very close to each other. We would definitely return. - Bill & Debby's Wild Ride
Aug 2006 - $15.00
This park is a national forest campground. We love this park as it is in the center of 2 lakes: Bass lake and Lake Owen. Lake Owen is 10 miles long with plenty of space for water sports and the fishing enthusiasts. The sites are spacious, but there are no hook ups of any kind. There are no shower buildings, no flush toilets, no camp store. You better bring everything that you need because the closest gas station is Drummond (5.5 miles) or grocery store in Cable (10 miles). These roads are the most winding and twisting roads around, not a trip you want to make too many times in one day! - TJS
May 2015 - $12.00
State parks require annual permit or day pass. Rustic camping with some "modern" pit toilets. Central water faucets around the park. No electric, no water at camp sites, no dump station or sewer available. This park is absolutely gorgeous with rapids, water falls, flowing over ancient granite rock ridges. Play in the water or fish in the river, hike the marked trails with points of interest. Mostly private campsites with trees and bush between sites. Love this park and connecting with nature here. It is a "mystic" place to be one with nature. Camped here many times. Always a rejuvinating experience.
Our travel trailer is 24 foot long and that is about the max length for most of the sites. There are a couple of sites that have a longer angled back in that could hold a bigger rig. But many sites are only big enough for your vehicle and a tent or pop up camper.
The day use area is busy on nice weekends because you can wade in the river and climb the water falls and rapids. Take your time to explore the trails and follow the river up and down both sides. Many hidden spots that are treasures of nature. - Macmasterson
Aug 2018 - $30.00
We chose this place for it's amenities. I even called the Parks & Rec department ahead of time to verify the facilities. DON'T BE FOOLED! I NEEDED wi-fi for work and IT IS NOT HERE! If you need wi-fi yourself and choose to stay here, plan on trips to McDonald's. The park is very nice. It is asphalt, even though there are uneven sites. The restrooms are nice and the shower facilities are decent as well. There are not a lot of spots here (6, I think) so they are first come - first served. Electricity and Water, but you must drive to the other side of town to dump. Once again, it's not a bad RV Park, but I think advertising wi-fi to attract people is wrong. - mlbpafan
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Wife and I camped here 1 night on our way across US-2 to WA. Small campground but very clean and had full hookups. More suited for pull behind campers and tent camping. Just off US-2 in Ashland and an easy in and out. I would definitely stay here again. No internet was available during our visit; has wifi but could not connect. Shaded and open sites. - tlonkey