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12 RV Parks near Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lake Nebagamon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lake Nebagamon in the left hand column.
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 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
Jul 2019 - $33.00
Great private campground, pond, pine trees, lots of seasonal but very nice campgrounds. The bar makes the best bloody Marys. Few miles from town so groceries were not an issue. They have a laundromat on site 4 washes and dryers. Just a really nice campground. - Myzwell Travels
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
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
Aug 2019 - $39.00
Stayed one night while traveling the Northwoods of WI. Nice pull-thru space but rather close to campers on either side (couldn't extend awning). Pet friendly, courteous staff, quiet time self-enforced by campers and overall very nice campsite for an overnight or short stay. - Rainman63
Aug 2019 - $39.00
This is a family own older campground and the owner a very personable and helpful. Talking to both side neighbors, they have returned here many times. They really enjoy the hospitality. They only accept cash or check, no CC. The sites are level but the water/electrical pedestal is close. Probably installed before slide-outs. Water and electrical good & solid. The pool was busy with families. If'y TMobile cell service, Verizon hot spot 2 bars and slow during the evening. 18 OTA tv channels. Good access off Hwy 13. - Land Wanderer
Jul 2019 - $39.00
Easy to get in/out and to navigate. Gravel roads. Good length sites are grass and gravel and some have concrete runners for tire tracks. Utilities are mid-site and worked well. Wifi works well in or near office and pool. Verizon signal is strong. Laundry was fine. Restroom are old, rough and look off-putting but are clean and functional. Highway is close and noise is relentless with periodic train whistles at all hours also. Ear plugs were a must for me. Must pay with cash or check. - cwier
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
Aug 2019 - $29.00
Nice campground, strong wifi. Quiet. We only stayed 1 day but enjoyed it here, very peaceful. We did have to pay extra to use dump station and I personally think if you are camping, dump fee should be included in camping fee. Would stay here again. - raslas
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
May 2011 - $25.00
Nice clean park way off the beaten path so it's quiet. The main attraction is ATV riding with lots of trails near by. Wi-Fi works good close to entry to park. Large sites but the layout is strange. Some sites the hookups are on the right side. No resort amenities basic camping. Sandy roads and sites with gravel. We would stay here again. - nedmtnman
Jun 2019 - $30.00
This state park is known for having the highest falls (Big Manitou Falls) in Wisconsin, and they are beautiful. There is also a smaller falls, Little Manitou. The campground is small - about 55 sites I think. Electric sites are available. Most of the sites have a good amount of shade and are pull-through. There is only one bathroom/shower house, and it needs updating (seems to be a need in many WI state parks). Although there was plenty of hot water, the paint in the shower was peeling, and I got only about 15 seconds of water with each push of the on button in the shower. It's annoying to have to push the button repeatedly to keep showering. There is a separate handicap full bathroom, which is nice. It was a wet spring in WI, so the trails we hiked on were pretty muddy in places, but there are hiking trails. Some were closed due to the spring rains/flooding. There are a picnic shelter, small nature center, playground and swimming beach. There are also other things to see within easy driving distance. The reason I didn't give our site a higher rating is that the gravel on the site was scant, allowing for mud tracking into the RV. That seemed to be the situation in other sites we saw. - Eldereaglewatchers
Sep 2017 - $43.00
Beautiful campground with privacy between campsites...electric on some sites...water available to fill tank seperate from dumping area..near sites are drinking fountains and areas to fill containers...first time thru Wisconsin for camping and this was a great first stay except expensive for people out of state..camp host is very nice and very informative. - kaths
Jul 2017 - $25.00
We were treated very badly here by staff, ranger and campground patrons. A hostile, racist, redneck environment in this campground and in the local towns. Outsiders are not welcome here. Loud music past dark . Trash was left on my campsite from previous campers. When I complained it took many excuses and several days before they did anything about it. Very dissatisfied with my weeklong stay. This park needs to be inundated with diverse people to change the status quo. They say the ranger and "hosts" are always available but they are no where to be found! - whitewater