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24 RV Parks near Necedah, Wisconsin
Jun 2009 - $15.00
We camped here in June of 08'...Park was INFESTED with ticks! We set up our tent and equipment and then took it all down and left in 4 hours. If you stood still you would have ticks crawling all over you. My poor dog had over 20 ticks we had to remove off him. The site was on the shore which would have been cool if you could enjoy it. Mosquito's were bad too but the ticks were unbelievable. - cnacamper
Jun 2009 - $45.00
We stayed on a group site for about 2 hours before we all decided to pack up and go. I realize that this is not the parks fault but if you go here bring A LOT of mosquito repellent. We were outside a matter of about 20 to 30 minutes and came home with mosquito bites everywhere. Also, the group sites where we stayed were very difficult to find. The map we were given by the park had highlighted directions but the directions given did not match what the street signs to the sights said. Beautiful park but way too many mosquitoes for us. - Jason & Jennifer
Oct 2017 - $34.00
The owners take pride in Moonlite Trails and it shows. Here you can truly enjoy a peaceful night by the campfire. Well maintained, clean, quite, and nice size campsites. Leave your hustle and bustle behind and camp here. Family and pet friendly. - C-N
Jul 2016 - $22.00
Park is clean and quiet. owners treat you like family! Showers and bathrooms are clean! Minutes from Lake Petenwell beach and boat launch! Won't stay anywhere else when going to Lake Petenwell! - Jefe
Sep 2006 - $22.00
This is a five year old campground with the promise of exspansion in the near future. No, they don`t have a pool or even being located on the shores of Lake Petenwell, but they are only one mile from the Tenth st. boat landing and beach. If you are tired of the hustle and bustle of the larger campgrounds, then, just maybe this is the campground that you should check out. The lots are flat and seem to be laid out fairly well. - traveling faemer
Aug 2014 - $25.00
Sites are all gravel. Some sites are pull-throughs, some sites are back-in. Place is very quiet. Wifi appears to come from the motel, so the sites closer to the front have better wifi signal. I couldn't connect at my site about half-way back. Playground is a little run down, but very usable. Nice place to stay for an overnight. - sendthefire
Sep 2012 - $20.00
Very nice park with plenty of shade. Large gravel sites and some are side by side. No sewer but a dump station is available. No cable but over the air stations are available and the WI-FI was good at our site. Staff friendly and helpful. We would return passing through this area again. - Bob & Stephanie
Aug 2018 - $22.00
Site 66, strong 50 amp, no water, no sewer. $22/night, 3 nights. Really tight roads with branches were a problem with our 43' motorhome, but the site was very spacious and private. On grass, was concerned it was too soft so I rolled back and forth a few times to pack it down and had no problem getting out. Glad I did that left pretty deep ruts. Good dog walking. Sites in the 1xx range along the lake are best. Water fill up on incoming: turn sharp right and follow one-way signs to 1xx sites. Spigot will be on the right next to dumpster. Potable water also at the dump station, but tough to turn around and re-enter. Ok AT&T data, no OTA, everyone in the area uses Verizon. - bobcovey
Sep 2016 - $20.00
I live about 45 miles from this campground and stay there 3 or 4 times a summer. It is a great value, clean, quiet, private and has several sites along the water. I literally catch catfish 30 feet from the camper. The sites in section "C" are right on the shore and most are quite spacious and private. They don't have water and sewer on the sites but have dump stations and water points for tank fills. They never fill up except on Memorial day, July 4th and Labor Day. If you like to hear Whipporwills or have never heard one at night, this is a place you should visit. They are all over the place at night. - esox07
Jun 2011 - $17.00
Off the beaten path but well worth the drive to get here! After being turned down at the fully reserved state park nearby we were thankful to be directed by the SP kiosk attendant to this one. She even called ahead for us. Secluded, spacious, on the lake, pull through's, nice for kids and room for pooch to roam. It was rainy but we still had a great time here. Would return if in area. - snsfry
Aug 2010 - $20.00
The owners were very friendly and went out of their way to find us a dish friendly site. However, we got all set up and our surge protector went off 3 times in the first 10 minutes. We ended up having to leave as we had already blown up an inverter this year. - big foot
Sep 2009 - $18.00
A very nice, grassy, shady place and friendly owners. We accidentally hit upon this place during the Cranberry Festival, a local fest that draws 80 to 100 thousand people. We were lucky to get two nights without a reservation. - mycelia
May 2009 - $16.00
The owners were great--extremely friendly, personable, helpful, kind. They were a pleasure to talk to. Worked with us and our rig to get us the best spot for it (easy in/out). Helped back it in (as only one of us was available for that). The campground is mostly seasonal, but it was extremely quiet. They do not have a lot of recreational activities on site, which is fine with us. We don't use them anyway. Wouldn't necessarily recommend it for families with small children--no playground that we could tell. Great for exploring the area and using the lakes in the area. Would most definitely stay here again. - cobragt23
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We stayed in Site 1 which was right on the lake. Was a bit breezy at times but no bugs. Other sites away from the water are surrounded by trees. So you have your pick of type of site. Loved this place. - User3521
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Petenwell is a County Park, but over half the sites were taken by seasonal campers. Some of the campers had obviously been there a while, making the campground look rundown. The campground is divided into two sections. The older section is where you find most of the seasonal sites. Of the available sites remaining, a few are reservable. There are very few sites available on the lake shore of Lake Petenwell (a huge lake by the way). Most of those are already taken. So realistically, if you are going to camp here, you will end up in the treed part of the campground. The shade there is nice, the bugs aren't (including mosquitoes). There is a newer expansion area that we would have stay in if we had known about it. It was definitely not as full, a lot less seasonal sites, and easy access to the shore of the lake.
Some sites have water and 50 amp electric, some don't, so ask. The main roads are paved, the rest are dirt. The sites can be grass if you are not under the trees, dirt if you are. The campground can accept big rigs, but you have to be careful about what site you choose. We ended up giving up our reserved site because we couldn't fit. We ended up across the street that we could fit into. The staff was very accommodating about us moving, friendly too!
Bathrooms are ok, nothing to cheer about. Showers require quarters to operate. The beach was very nice, the marina excellent. The playground in the expansion area was new.
You can get Verizon 4G in the park, but it varied upon where you were. I ended up using my cell phone booster part of the time. A family member had an smart phone from one of the smaller local carriers and could only get a signal if she stood in the middle of the park. There were 6 OTA television stations.
All in all, if you go here, I would to the newer expansion area over the older area. But I doubt if we will ever go back to this campground. - cmgoeke
Jun 2013 - $20.00
Very nice park. No four wheelers racing through the park. Very nice family and fishing park. Clean, seems to be well managed. Normally do not stay in a county park, but this is a diamond in the ruff for sure. Will come back or sure. - Camping Somewhere
Aug 2018 - $24.00
This was a charming park! People had their fifth wheels there for the summer. We wanted a lake front spot and we got it. The view was beautiful! Sadly it rained all night and there was a storm and flood warning. If we wanted to relax and do nothing, this is a great place! Reasonable and nice. - Brandl
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Very clean, on Pentenwell Lake. Quiet. They have quite a few seasonal campers. Open year round. - esox07
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is a very nice County owned park. Very nice large sites. Ours was very level. We were next to the water. Staff is very nice. The only thing that would make it better would be sewer hook ups. No big deal though. There is a very nice boat launch, also decent dock slips you can rent if available. Nice views of the lake with a very nice sunset. We had enough room on our site for our tow vehicle and another vehicle. There is a lot for boat trailers too. We camped in a 32 door travel trailer. - jimmbo407
Aug 2010 - $12.00
This small State Park campground is fairly rustic with pit toilets, no showers, and the water supply is with a hand pump. The pluses are a great swimming pond with a white sand beach and bottom. The camp sites range from very shaded to mostly open, but they are spaced apart very nicely. The negatives are the campground is alongside a local highway which does have some traffic noise and there is a railroad crossing across from the swimming pond so you hear train whistles at all hours. But the best part of this campground was the staff of very caring state park employees who were extremely helpful and raised up the score a point or two. - wildcat63