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14 RV Parks near Mercer, Wisconsin
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
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
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
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
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
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
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