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13 RV Parks near Oconto, Wisconsin
Jul 2017 - $25.00
We camped here with 2 other couples, we each had our own campsite. The sites were wonderful, grassy and large. It is on Green Bay, there is a boat landing, but no beach. There are only 34 sites and it is quiet most of the time. No one came to check us in, we just pulled in our site and saw that there was a paper on the pole. Restrooms looked ok, showers were pay; $.25. There was a dump station but no connection for black water flushing. Some bugs, especially in the evening. Fire pits and picnic tables provided, some better shape than others. We had electric and water hookups but the water had an awful sulfur (rotten egg) smell. Apparently they have drilled a new well and are working on a fix. - dalebonnie
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Stayed at the campground for 4 days. we had rain which was no big deal, however, fire pit flooded to the top with water and I had to bail it out as it would not drain. Simple pit toilets, very nice campground. However, they drilled a new well for the water and it REALLY stinks because of the sulfur in the water. It was strong enough to make it impossible to drink. But we used it for washing, etc. Note, not all sites have water. - creinemann
Jun 2014 - $25.00
We stopped over night at this campground. The park is well cared for and has excellent access to Lake Michigan as well as a boat launch area that is part of the park. I'm not sure how it would be camping for any length of time as there seemed to be a lot of ants all over the place which I have been told is common in these sandy areas. The sites are spread out so there is a lot of room. We had plenty of room to back in our van & dolly then back the coach in and connect the dolly on the site. There is a nice playground for kids. We camped here on site #1. We would camp here again. - Stugpanzer
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Beautiful city operated park, nearly surrounded by the Oconto River. Interior roads are asphalt, with deterioration and speed bumps. Parking sites are gravel and grass, but do not park on the grass. Our site was very spacious, but awkward to back into, leaving will nearly require a U-turn. Extra charges to play putt-putt. Office has short hours. You must sort your trash for recycling. canoes/kayaks available to rent, campfire pit rings available. It has been raining steadily and we are dry but surrounded by large puddles of rainwater. Of course, we would return! - waywardwind
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Sites are very small; pull-throughs do not have full hookups so had to get a back-in site which meant unhooking our towed first and parking it in an unused spot. It was quiet for the 7 nights we stayed there (visiting nearby relatives and side trip to Door County). Worst part was sites not level and could not use levelers because ground too soft. There are goose droppings everywhere; had to borrow a rake from groundskeeper to police our site before we unhooked. Actually a nice play to stay, very clean (except for the geese) but not big-rig friendly at all. - ParrotMom
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The electrical service is spotty. Sometimes the voltage drops and caused one of our air conditioners to stop working. We are in site 22 and the electrical box is shared with site 23. The electrical box has a 50 amp plug and a 30 plug. It is almost 100 degrees here today and we need to have reliable AC.
The site is grass but it is level and firm. It is short so the car has to be parked in between coaches.
Water is good and satellite got a lock. There is a road on the other side of the river but noise is minimal.
40 minute drive to Lambeau Field. - pcmike
Oct 2018 - $27.00
Although this park is right by the middle school its still very "northwoods" feeling and very spacious. Great location for biking and right close to the river for fishing or just enjoying the view. Has free dump station for campers but no sewer hook ups. The kids playground area nearby is amazing and our kids favorite. There are recreation trails right on site that have a very clear path through the woods for about 1.4 miles. - jek4christ
Aug 2018 - $14.00
A city owned park in the middle of town. The park has a lake, swimming area, playground, shelter house and very spacious sites. - boomerlee
Jun 2018 - $17.00
Badger Park is a city park in Peshtigo Wisconsin that has a small mostly wooded campground. Our GPS devices performed admirably and brought us right to the park. The site we ended up is why we have reservations during the summer in this part of the country. Not only do the parks fill up during the weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day but there are a lot of trees so there is a very limited number of satellite friendly sites. Site #1 has a great line of sight but there was an added bonus; the camp host said that since we were on the end that we could drive on the grass and turn the backin site into a pull-thru, what a bonus. Trees on either side and a good line of sight for our satellite dish made this a very good site. ATT cellular was fairly strong but ATT 4g was a little weak and flakey. The hookups were convenient (50amp electrical and water). There was no sewer hookup. The best part of the park though was the rate, accepting Passport America for Sunday-Thursday, making our weeks stay $121.50. We didn't know that we would have a water view from our back window. Also from our back window during the summer every Wednesday night there is a program called 'Bands at Badger' and this week was a 70s cover band. We heard some Lynyrd Skynyrd, Heart, Cindy Lauper, etc. With the Passport America rate, great weather, sightseeing and food, we would stay here again if in the area. - Bob & Jo
Sep 2017 - $55.00
Just leaving and not impressed. The fishing pond was awful and not usable. It needs to be dredged and in better condition if you're going to promote it as a "feature/activity". We went to the pool this morning at 9:30am (pool opened at 9am) and every single chair and table was already taken. Best part...NO ONE WAS IN THERE! People clearly left their bags, towels and shoes out overnight and staff just left it there. So many young kids were left to run the Campground with zero supervision. Foul language was being yelled at the pool by children like it was their first language. The big yellow slide was unmanned almost the entire weekend. When a parent finally had enough of all the close calls with kids plowing into each other and went to the top to man the slide, a staff member finally came out to do their job and scolded the parent for helping. Also, if you're going to have "pool rules" please enforce them. I saw plenty of people bring in food, alcohol, etc into the pool area when the #2 rule stated than none of that was allowed. Also there were ZERO activities planned for Friday. This is the first "family Campground" that had nothing to do on Friday. The big pro to the Campground is our site was a great size with lots of green space for our kids. If you decide to chance it and book a weekend, grab site 162. Also good bar food and adult drinks. Camp at your own risk. Permanent campers like to run this place and clearly it's allowed. We won't be coming back. - mntbarrett
Jul 2017 - $42.00
We have been coming to this park for many years and the current staff has only one goal, "to make money at any cost". The reason we starting going to this park was they were a Passport America Park Member. The staff at that time were friendly and the park wasn't full of "non-rvers". This park allows anyone to pay the daily fees for the water park and they pile into this place. When we first started going here the use of the water park was supervised by park personnel at each location. They controlled when you entered the water slides, when you came down the water slides, etc. Now it is completely unsupervised chaos! Adults(I use this term only because of their age, not their behavior), unsupervised children running from one water activity to another, screaming and yelling at the top of their lungs, and then jumping into the pool. Most of the time they are jumping over young children already in the pool. The worse part is seeing many so-called adults doing the same thing. Music is played over loud speakers that drown out your ability to communicate with anyone more than a couple of feet away. At no time does any of the management personnel take action to control this chaos. The pool area is the focal point and covered tables are reserved by individuals who place towels, bags, etc. on them and then they disappear. Often the 1-2 hours we spend "supervising our grandchildren at the pool" these individuals who have reserved the few covered tables & chairs never return. When the original owners were in charge this type of behavior wasn't accepted, but it appears their children are now running the place and their focus is solely on making money. The park only has around 6 full hook-up sites for rent and they just installed very nice toilets and showers right behind these sites. Unfortunately, there is a constant flow of campers short cutting through these sites to use this new facility. Barking dogs "often running free" were all over the place. - Joe Heizler
Jul 2017 - $55.00
This was a mistake. This is where parents with a bunch of young kids go for summer vacation. And for them, this is a great place. Water park, playgrounds, pavilions, snack bar. Lots of group camping, with trailers and fifth wheels parked every which way. Tons of kids, bikes, congestion, noise, loud music, fireworks, and everyone has golf carts! For us, it was miserable. The reason for the low score, however, is the internet, or lack thereof. WiFi is one of the most important features for us. When we reserved the site in January, their website indicated they had WiFi. We get there for a week stay to find they no longer have WiFi. None. System down indefinitely, ever since campground opened for the season. No effort to contact us so we could make other plans, and no offer to knock a few dollars off for an advertised amenity they did not offer. Most of the staff are teenagers that have little experience. The check in area is really congested and tight. They have six nice pull through, big rig friendly sites, A-F. I would not recommend F; although a corner patio site, it has all of the chaos going directly by it, and kids and their bikes cutting across the grass. These pull thru sites are gravel, spacious, level and long, with lots of grass, picnic table and fire ring. A-C have shade, D-F have little to none. They are right across from very nice, new restrooms. Utilities worked well. No cable but some over the air channels and most of the campsites could get satellite, although there are several sections that are heavily forested. - VegasVagabonds
Aug 2018 - $20.00
The owners are very friendly and helpful. The sites are a nice size on level gravel with a bit of grass next to each site. There is no privacy side to side but at least we didn't have anyone in front of us that could look in. We find that privacy more valuable. Shower and bathroom were great, single units so very private and comfy for showering. We got one of the two 50 amp sites and water. No dump available here, so be empty when you come. We couldn't get a verizon signal, but their wifi is very good. Pull through sites, unhook in site or before you pull in. Satellite reception great as there are no trees. - dorcol
Jul 2018 - $20.00
We enjoyed our stay! Campground is quiet and peaceful. Sites are large and can accommodate big rigs. Sites are level, pull through and back in. Good place to stay for exploring Door County. On site owners are great, very helpful and friendly. Will definitely stay here again when in the area. Camped in 41 foot motor home.
Nightly rate was with passport america discount - Rlcjw
May 2018 - $18.00
A gem of a campground. Wonderful owner on site who is helpful, friendly and knowledgeable about Door County. Level crushed stone sights with good power and water. Nice grass between sites cut and kept trimmed. Big rig friendly. I was able to park my 44 foot motorhome and truck on the site. This is not a resort, but a quiet convenient campground close to Sturgeon Bay (12 minuets) and right in southern Door County where you can enjoy all they have to offer. The only reason I did not give it a 10 was no sewer on site. I would definitely return here again. Wifi worked well and satellite TV was perfect. We did get several over the air stations from Green Bay. - Tomandgloria
Jul 2015 - $30.00
County park accepts only Wisconsin checks or cash which you deposit in a slot after choosing your site. Treed campground with lots of room between sites. Managed to peek at Dish satellite through tree branches. Large boat launch and pier with gravel swim beach. Green Bay was green when we were there so we didn't swim, but did kayak. Campground sits atop Niagara Escarpment for some interesting geology. - Appleknocker
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Wow a really beautiful county park that is very well maintained with large spacious sites. The sites and park is heavily wooded and there are some good hiking trails and spectacular views of Green Bay. Great location for visiting Door County and the area. We are planning a return to this nice park. Note: Brown Country does take reservations and does accept credit card payments with the reservations. - OldeJohn
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Because of a scheduling snafu on our part, we arrived on a busy June Saturday with no reservation. The camp hosts worked with us and, with the help of a very kind Ranger found us a good site. (We had begun looking for WalMarts!) The campground is beautiful, lots of trees, close to the water. A walking trail down to the lake is challenging. Bathrooms were old, but clean. We would recommend this campground. . - Paul and Jeannette
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Lovely, serene setting with mostly level sites, but an older campground created when RVs were much smaller. Not "big rig" friendly at all. Roads are narrow with lots of overhanging branches that make navigation in a large RV very difficult. No sewer or 50 amp service. Not all sites have even 30 amp service. Summer weekends are Very busy. Checkout time is 3:00. If you have a big rig, you might as well wait til Sunday at 3:00 to come in to find one of a few spots that you can navigate to and use.
Sadly, they do not take reservations. Weekends fill up fast. Campground choices near Green Bay are extremely limited, so we have camped there due to no better choice. - jpainter01
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Employeees are friendly and helpful. We have been camping here on this same weekend for 4 years and always have a good time. Swimming pools are nice and they have horseshoes, shuffleboard, mini golf, a DJ at night and kids activities. The bathrooms and building structures need updating. They are starting to get that runned down condition. - carmenhass
Aug 2012 - $40.00
Very kid friendly. There was a beach and water within walking distance and the rest of the Dells was convenient to get to from here. We were camped in an open field that was easier to get into than the areas with trees. We did not have sewer and their dump is hard to get to. - R&G
Jul 2010 - $35.00
The site is kid friendly with nice pools and play areas. The campground is too far south for most of the stuff to see in Door County. We should have stayed near Fish Creek because it was an hour drive each way to get somewhere because the site is in the country. For adults, the sites can be too small for backing a popup. I had to find the 3rd site to be able to get into the site. The trees are close, which made parking an issue. The bathrooms near the pool were not clean and the shower drain backed up in both the men and women bathrooms. - Michael from Illinois
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This is a pretty municipal campground, conveniently located about half way on our drive from Traverse City, Michigan to Minneapolis. The location, behind a Kmart, is a bit bazaar, but the physical setting on the river is quite nice. Check-in was easy since we had already reserved and paid. It's surprising how difficult it is to make a reservation there. You can't do it online - you must fill out a paper form and mail it in with a check. We had to call to confirm we had a reservation. The office was not occupied when we arrived at 1:05 pm, but someone showed up a couple of minutes later. Roads are a bit tight but navigable. Many seasonals but sites were tidy There are mature trees throughout the park so plenty of shade. We were not able to use our rooftop satellite antenna, but we were able to place our portable antenna at the rear of the coach to receive all three Dish western arc satellites. We spent one night in site 44, a pull-through site that was just barely long enough for our 38' coach plus 2-door Jeep toad. It was level, and I would estimate the length of the site to be about 57 feet. Power (30 amp only) was stable, we did not use the sewer connection, and the water pressure was adequate. However, the water was a bit cloudy, and the WiFi was poor. There is a municipal sewerage plant next door, but we did not smell it. There is grass everywhere, but there is also goose poop almost everywhere. No enclosed dog park, but plenty of places to walk the dog. Our site was within 75 yards of Highway 41 where it climbs to go over the bridge over the Menominee River, so the road noise was constant. - mtmsf
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful city owned park, staff was very helpful and courteous. As mentioned in previous reviews they do not accept credit/debit cards, cash and checks only. There are a lot of mature trees so satellite TV is hit or miss, we just found the right spot and got lucky. The only thing missing was a patio, only had soft grass to step onto. - RJ56
Jun 2018 - $35.00
You will be surprised at this 1st class municipal park. We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop" style RV w/o toilet or shower, plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site. So our critique is focused in that area. Operated by City of Menomonie MI; 1st class for a municipal park. Beautiful, well maintained grounds; green grass everywhere, asphalt roadways and site pads with picnic table on a patio plus a fire ring. Full hook-ups at every site with lots of grassy green-space between sites - very roomy. Park is well laid out with sites positioned in the grass with lots of trees for welcomed shade. Tenters are also welcome and entire park butts up against the Menomonie River that flows into Lake Michigan Our site 9 was close to restroom/shower building, a modern newer facility with A/C for comfort. Shower stalls were spacious private individual rooms that included a glass shower door separating shower from changing area. Thoughtful conveniences included a soap dish, plus a wall bench and ample wall hooks in changing area. Restrooms with communal sink were across the hallway. Here too there were ample wall hooks AND shelves under the mirrors for your toiletries stuff! This place could be a model for other municipalities AND even the private RV parks of which many were not as nice as this . See photo of the Google map - Park butts again the Menomoniee River- down the hill back around the K-Mart and Ace Hardware store - dido