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23 RV Parks near Land O Lakes, Wisconsin
Sep 2009 - $25.00
This is a little park tucked into the woods right off the highway. Noise was noticeable but not a problem. There were a lot of mostly vacant seasonal sites. Ours was partial shaded, level, gravel, 30A full hook up site. Plenty big enough to easily get our 38 foot diesel pusher into. There are 3 or 4 newer 50A sites I found the next morning. There are not a lot of amenities. It's and OK place to stop for a weekend or over-nighter. - whizbang
Jul 2017 - $37.00
A true gem! We booked a lake front site on Lac Vieux Desert Lake which is a dream for a water lover. Shallow, calm waters for kayaking and floating. Very quiet and relaxing. Lots of seasonals which are vacant right now. Close to Land O'LAKES which is a charming small town. Water and 30 amp connections. The owner is very helpful and eager to share his knowledge of the North Woods. - Helga K
May 2019 - $35.00
This is the campground you've always dreamed about. Instead of crowded campsites where you barely have room to extend your awning, this has VERY large sites. It's heavily wooded and very nice restroom facilities. The only downside is there aren't sewer hookups, but a very nice dump station. Some sites don't have 50 amp. Dump station free for campers. Make sure you make a reservation. Some sites may be available as first come first served, but all can be reserved. - phogren
Oct 2016 - $16.00
Out of the many rustic national and state forest campgrounds I have visited over the years, this is one of the best. Sites come in a variety of sizes suitable for everything from the smallest tent to the largest fifth-wheel, though options for the latter are limited. Most sites are wooded and have excellent screening and distance from neighbors. Half to two-thirds of sites are located along the lake with either direct access to the water or access down a short trail and/or staircase. Other sites are located on the inland side of the access roads. Several outhouses are scattered throughout the campground. There are also pressurized water spigots, but the spigots do not have threaded ends to attach a hose.
Along with a variety of fish (smallmouth bass were all I encountered, but without much effort put in) and a couple of loons, the lake itself is host to a small number of homes/camps, but at the end of September and beginning of October, the atmosphere was as peaceful as good be. Night was nearly completely silent other than the loons and owls all around.
Staying here was a pleasure and I most certainly will be back, probably late in another season when occupants are few and solitude is golden. - UPJerry
Aug 2006 - $10.00
This campground is part of the Ottawa National Forest. Our site must have been 100' deep as well as wide and was a pull through. The sites are so large and wooded that we couldn't even see the campsites next to us. Almost all the sites are on the lake. Depending on your elevation you either had a path going to the water, or for the higher sites individual staircases down to the lake. Some of the waterfronts are sandy and others are more rocky. All sites had fire rings and poles (not high enough for bear poles but we used for garbage anyway, and for hanging our lantern at night). Primitive campground, only pit toilets, water pumps and no showers. They have a large group camp area, a beach and a park. No reservations, first come first serve. While the sites are big enough for even the biggest rigs, we did have a lot of branches to contend with on the campground loop. - User100
Sep 2018 - $24.00
We got here a few weeks before closing, so it was relatively empty. The spots were plenty long enough for rv and tow. Easy enough to unhook by the office. We were in an open area, which was what we wanted for satellite purposes. There is a wooded area more suited to tents and smaller campers. Staff was very welcoming. I believe they have lots of activities during the summer season. Wifi was good, weak verizon signal, site was fhu. Walking trail behind pond and an atv trail also. Staff was great, helpful, spots pretty level, easy navigation to spot. - dorcol
Aug 2017 - $33.00
Shower house is great, excellent/friendly staff, good campground for kids (lots of activities), dump station location can be tricky if its crowded, our site was too short for our 35ft TT, but didnt feel like hooking up and moving, bring extra hose and extention cord (every other site has hookups on opposite side. Stayed four days (W/E site). - nlee04
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Very nice park. Watch how much they charge you. They charged me the $40 rate it should have been $37. I had PPA so I only paid $20 per night. We stayed 2 nights. Their computer system is very slow. It took us 20 minutes to ck in. The park is great for kids. A lot of things to do. Bring ant deterant. I would stay again. Sites are very level on the South side. - Camp master
Mar 2017 - $1.00
This is a small beautiful RV Park right on Big St. Germain Lake. All the sites are seasonal which makes for a very family friendly environment. The owners are very attentive and keep everything very clean. - Ian Sherren