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17 RV Parks near Lac Du Flambeau, Wisconsin
Jun 2017 - $31.00
If you have a big rig, stay away from this campground. Trees are not cut back and it is very narrow. You will scratch your paint without a doubt. - exit to
Sep 2012 - $45.00
This was an extremely quiet campground during our visit. A few sites with lake frontage. Fishing on this chain of lakes is excellent, and bait is sold at the office. There is a casino less than a mile away, for entertainment. - Organic1
Aug 2013 - $6.00
Campground is actually located about 28 miles east of its mailing address of Park Falls, WI. $6 per night (50% discount using our Golden Age Passport) was for a reservable (seven out of 17 sites are reservable) primitive site within the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest with fire ring and picnic table. Water is available as are pit toilets but no showers. This campground is located on a small lake and is about eight miles from the nearest highway. It’s a heavily wooded, very quiet, remote, and small campground but people come to use the lake, hike, and bike. Spacing between sites is roomy and sites are generally level. Recreational opportunities are available in the towns outside the campground. AT&T cell service was just three bars of Edge at the campground so calls and texting was ok. - DD Rolling Ranch
Aug 2018 - $44.00
A mom and pop style campground where about two thirds of the spaces are seasonal. Easy check-in from a friendly host. Paved roads to a less-than-level space. The tiny lake is quite peaceful. Too bad that few sites are situated to be able to view it from the RV. Spotless restrooms; pay showers. Tiny laundry with high prices ($3 wash, $2 dry). Fee for WiFi. No cell phone service (T Mobile). - rfmscat
Jul 2018 - $42.00
We just stayed here overnight on our way up to Bayfield. The person in the office was very accommodating in telling us how to enter so we could maneuver our big rig into a very wooded campground and space. We had a pull through spot but my husband felt he had to unhook since we couldn't get in straight. Also, luckily the site across from us moved their truck and boat before we had to leave or it would have taken multiple back and forth movements to get out of our site. As it was, we couldn't hook up in the park without blocking the exit, so we went down the road to the park and hooked up there. This is a beautifully wooded park with a lovely swimming beach, a dog park and a dog swimming area. We got the best space possible for our rig and appreciated the staff being so helpful. There are some spaces up front that seem better for a big rig but seem to be seasonal spots. We were glad that we had a space to stay for the night but don't know if we'd stay here again due to the size of our rig. - Danni
Jun 2018 - $40.00
This CG could be our new favorite. It's pretty, clean, quiet and friendly. Only a couple miles outside of Minocqua and all the shopping, restaurants and groceries there. They have a nice swimming beach on a quiet lake with good fishing. What else do you need? Plus many roads are paved too and full hook ups. - Mudpuppy78
Jul 2016 - $25.00
When we arrived, we weren't sure what to do. There were no signs indicating where we should park or where to go to register. We just pulled close to the grass and walked up to the building that ended up is the restaurant. The road loops around in front of the restaurant, but there were enough vehicles that we didn't think we would make it through.
So, the restaurant/bar is where you register, which may or may not take a little while, depending on how many people are at the bar. The bartender was super friendly and after we registered, we stayed for a beer since it was raining and a bit of a walk back to our rig. Our site was not designated a pull thru, but that's what we did. The site is grassy and fairly level, if you plan properly, there wasn't a clearly defined pad. There are very few trees around the sites, but that gave us good satellite reception. We had a firepit and picnic table, but the wind and rain kept us from using them. Our site was 30amp, full hookup, at $25/night it was a great deal. We had a good signal signal for phone calls on our AT&T phones and our Verizon mifi worked extremely well.
The sites were spread out, but there was very little privacy. The bath house appeared clean and there is also laundry available, but we didn't use them. The park is located on a lake with a nice beach area and docks if you have a boat. There is also a miniature golf course that had recently been repaired in spots. The new owners are putting money into the facility, so I expect it to improve over time.
We enjoyed having a restaurant and bar that we could walk to and the food was excellent. Everyone we met, including the owners, were very friendly and made us feel at home. The restaurant is a very popular stop for ATVer's and snowmobiler's, in the winter. The town of Minocqua is about 30 minutes away and has some really cute shops and restaurants and most everything you'll need. - Uno Mas
Aug 2010 - $25.00
The size of the sites were very large and grass covered. Some shade available. Big rig friendly. This is a great park for ATV lovers. There were 50 or more of them in the park, but were thoughtful of other campers and really nice. There are hundreds of miles of trails in the area. Lots of small lakes, large lakes, and good fishing. Central bathrooms are old and in need of updating. The resort has a great bar and dinning room with very good food at a good price. The resort is going condo so not sure what the future holds. We would go back. - gnu
Aug 2010 - $25.00
It was not a terrible experience overall, but staff was not friendly at all, and laundromat didn't workl. It has a nice lake, very small beach, no quiet time or security whatsoever, kids running around and making a lot of noise all night long. I won't be back. - srt20
Sep 2014 - $36.00
Surprised to be the first reviewer of the park as it has been in business for 50 years. Park is mostly seasonal campers with a few sites left for shorter stays. It does get loud in the evenings around the campfires, but that is just the atmosphere of the park. Difficult to get cell/internet/tv reception here. Coin-op showers! There are two small lakes you can walk to from the campground for swimming/fishing. Hookups are quite dated and only 30 amp. Our biggest problem here was water quality. It is extremely rusty, and you will need to get an additional water filtration/softener of some sort to avoid problems. Convenient location, and the best coffee shop in town is next door. - cherrytree
Jul 2016 - $32.00
It is now Nov 2016, so writing review from the few notes we took. As mentioned in other reviews, its way too tight for large campers, we have a 16ft Air Stream - and that was a tight fit. We got to know our monthly renters well who were just up for the week-end. You can hear the toilet flush next door. This would be my last place to stay - the owners need to stop being greedy and cut out lots to enlarge and make others larger, also get rid of the 1950-60 run down trailers.
With all that said, the staff was great: some how, I lost my trailer hitch pin, they came up with another and gave it to us (wouldn't take money), so we could depart that day. I will be sending them another pin, as we are done with our travels this year. - frankbonnie
Aug 2015 - $40.00
The park seems to cater to permanent and seasonal RV'ers and does not offer many temporary spots. Of those available, only one had access to Satellite through the tree line, and it wasn't ours! Additionally, the park was advertised as "Big Rig Friendly" but we were BARELY able to squeeze into our spot! If we'd had other options, we would have turned around and driven to another campground. I'm surprised this place rated satisfactory! On a pleasant note, I will say the staff was extremely accommodating and willing to work with us on site selection. - CWinLV
Jul 2012 - $23.00
Rate reflects a monthly rate, electric is additional. Individual nightly rates are around $40. This place is a bit overpriced, but all other campgrounds were booked. As mentioned in other reviews, trees and turns make it difficult for big-rigs. Having said that, we have stayed at all the campgrounds in the area, and none of them are very big-rig friendly. Most people in the area own travel trailers and 5th wheels. Very few motor homes up here. All waterfront sites are occupied by permanent mobile homes so you won't get a waterfront site. Park is well kept, and the residents maintain their trailers very nice. The people living here are older. Nice swimming area, pier, diving platform on medium sized lake. Internet did not work. Boat launch nearby. - cherrytree
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Very Nice Campground. reasonably priced. Large well kept pull through sites. We had plenty of length for our 45' fifth wheel and tow vehicle. Close to UTV trails. However they were not open when we stayed. Quiet even though the upper section is right next to hwy 70 road noise was minimal. There is a creek that runs through the lower section of the campground and view / access to lake from lower area. we stayed at Arbor vitae Campground in a fifth wheel. - Fospat
Aug 2016 - $31.00
The last reviews on this campground are from two years ago, so I thought I'd give a refresher. The comments of the reviewers from July of 2014 are still accurate. The manager was very friendly and helpful. You definitely need a map to get around this campground with all its sections. There are lots of seasonals, but we were assigned one of the LONG (at least 100') pull-throughs in the upper section. It has gorgeous grass, but no bathrooms or wifi in this section. The landscaping company still cranks up at dawn and is dumping gravel or something into trucks. Definitely use the back entrance off highway 70 beside the landscaping business, but it doesn't take you by the office to register. The bathrooms are dated, but very functional. The showers have great shower heads with good hot water and there are several hooks for hanging. - mom2wildlife
Apr 2016 - $26.00
My friend and I recently stayed here and it was awesome! We had the misfortune of pouring rain during our camping stay, but the owners took excellent care of us and made sure that we had a good fire going and that we stayed warm and dry. They made us feel very welcome and went out of their way to accommodate us. The campground was very clean and well-maintained, Cannot say enough good things about this campground and the owners! Definitely will be coming back here as soon as possible! - countrygurl4998
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Just spent 11 days at Camp Holiday. One of the finest campgrounds we have been to. Great owners. This is one of the nicest and neatest campgrounds we have been too. Kudos to the owners for their efforts in keeping this place up. Shower room was cleaner and nicer than some peoples homes. Loved all the bike trails in the area. - tomntina
Jul 2017 - $42.00
We stayed here for a week. Our site was number 57. The site was right across from playground, and near laundry room. The site was level from side to side. I did not need to shim up the tires on one side, and was very easy to level front to back. Found this campground clean, mostly quiet and well managed. There are ALOT of seasonal, semi permanent campers there. There is a nice lake with a nice beach, and a primitive boat launch. There is a large trampoline that floats, a distance from the beach for kids. I liked this campground, wish I could have brought my boat too! - Greaseman93
Sep 2016 - $46.00
This was one of the more expensive campgrounds that we have stayed at in the last 2 weeks and it is not worth it. The wifi was worthless as they told me after I had set up that the wifi was not good because they only have 3 mg and if someone with a smart phone is streaming anything, you are not going to get it even though they have 2 routers. As for the park, it is ok, a lot of seasonal mobile homes, very wooded but a little tight with our 40 ft plus towed car but is manageable. It is stuck into the woods and is about 5 miles off of a main road. I would not come back here unless they dropped the price down because it is too expensive for what you get this time of year or anytime actually. - etp