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16 RV Parks near Turtle Lake, Wisconsin
Sep 2016 - $22.00
Nothing special. Adequate as a one nighter on a road trip. Close to highway. Limited number of sites with water and electric hookup. Asphalt pads are fairly close together. Some road noise but not too bad. There is a 24 hr. a shuttle between the camp ground and the casino that runs every 10 to 15 min. Office was closed but self check in was straightforward just make sure to have cash or a check. Save $5 by becoming a TLC member before registering. - JABMPM
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Perfect spot if visiting the Casino. Friendly service, great price with Players Card. Exceptional showers and restrooms. No sewer but there is a dump stations. Over 29 stations on TV antenna, Sites are incredibly tight though- didn't know if our slides would go out without hitting the electric hookup. Definitely crowded our neighbor with our two slides out. Even though the sites are small it is a great place to access the casino. Player card evidently gives access to the hotel swimming pool too. - NanciRV
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Smaller park, only 16 pads can accommodate big rigs, no pull thru. 30/50 amp service/water/dump station on site. Office hours 8am/4pm. Bus to casino every 15 min. Very nice and helpful manager.Free firewood. Would stay again for sure. Pets allowed. - mm_1 eagleriver wi
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Traveling thru Wisc. and saw Trutle Lake had a campground and we were ready for a rest. Pulled into the campsite of our choosing. Had water, sewer, and elect. so were very happy. Went to the swimming pool and the only one there at first. The pool was nice and being from a resort who took care of a pool this one was v. good and the showers were very clean and felt good. This was a good experience. Even had tree for shade. - kaths
Aug 2016 - $31.00
I am surprised that this park has no reviews since I was here 3 years ago. As during a last couple visits, the park was only 1/3 full with most of those being extended stay customers. According to the lady at check in, the park fills up on summer weekends. Once again, we had a long, fairly level, dirt/gravel, FHU site. The sites are well spaced with about 20-25' between them While there is no cable TV, there are very few trees in the park so most sites are satellite friendly. The WIFI worked well for us until it seemed to turn off (possibly when the office/liquor store closed). The bathroom and showers are old and reasonably clean enough but probably inadequate if the park is full. The pool is about 20' x 40' and appeared to be heated. I saw nothing else recreational in the park. There are recycling bins by the bathhouse. The staff we dealt with was friendly. - Jerry S
Jul 2013 - $27.00
This is our 3rd year in a row staying here. Most of what I said in my previous review still holds. We stayed on a Monday night in July and the park was maybe a third full. Most of those were extended stay customers. We had a FHU, pull-through site. To clarify my last review per a conversation I had with one of the extended stay customers. Even though the long PT sites have 2 separate sets of W&S utilities but 2 electric boxes (one box is 30 Amp, the other is 50 Amp)in the middle of the site, only one RV is put in each site. She also said the park was packed over the weekend. So, you may want to call ahead if you plan on staying here over a summer weekend. As indicated by signs near the park entrance, you check in at the liquor store in the blue building. There is no shade, cable, or laundry. Most sites are open for satellite. The WiFi worked OK for us. We were able to enjoy the pool on a warm day. - Jerry S
Jul 2011 - $25.00
This is one of the few campgrounds in the area. The DN in DN Campground literally stands for Do Nothing Campground. There is a bar on site although we did not use it. It is mostly permanent sites here with campground rentals by the Apple River set down and away from most permanents. Great view of the river. The sites are shaded and level with electric and water. There is a dump station on site. There are a lot of permanents here and they really seem to have a great time with lots of activities for them. At least there was on 4th of July weekend when we were there. It is a wonderful relaxing campground it sit relax and DO NOTHING. We have AT&T and the signal is very weak, you have to walk up by the main building to make or receive calls, texting does get though from the site. There are many sites for tents, pop ups and ample room for 5th wheels, Class A and C motor homes. We were able to get air TV on several channels while here too. We will be back. - zookeypurr4
Jun 2017 - $30.00
My rating reflects my expectations which were low. The campground is 8 back-in sites on the edge of a city park. You have woods to the rear, tennis courts, basket ball court, frisbee golf and a skate board area to your front. However, while there was afternoon and evening activity at all those places, it was relatively quiet during those times and completely quiet after 10:00 pm. Sites 1 and 2 were not level, but the other sites were. Site 4 was the best with shade. The sites could accommodate our 25 foot motorhome and our tow vehicle. Motorhomes up to 36 feet could easily fit with parking for the tow vehicles in two places along the road. Each site was full hookup with 50 amp power (we only used 30), water and sewer. Very friendly town folks and plenty of fishing. You can make reservations online, but there were only two campers Friday night and we had the park to ourselves Saturday night. Bathrooms are at either end of the road and are old, but well maintained and clean. - William Custer
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is a completely remodeled little spot completed by the City of Amery in spring 2016. The sites are all back-in against a line of trees, with the park in front. All have electrical and water, picnic table and fire ring. The park has disc golf, skateboard park, kid's playground, Apple River for fishing (yes, there are fish), tennis courts, walking paths, horseshoe pits and more. A lot of family reunions are held in the pavilions (2) that I think are reserved through the city. There is a dump station that is free, but donations are accepted. Campsites are first come/first served with a max of a 7 day stay. Quiet town with three lakes and the Apple River. Lots of good places to eat within walking distance. - emtjab
Jun 2017 - $34.00
Husband and wife recently purchased. Very pleasant and helpful. Previous owner had the property for 18 years. The park was very clean. WiFi was strong. Cable TV is included with almost 200 channels available. - Franko M
Jul 2012 - $30.00
The 8 pull through sites are gravel and level with easy access. The power is only 30A and tended to low voltage under load, at least at our site. Our surge protector shut us down several times when we added a load, like the microwave oven, and we ended up bypassing it to keep the power on. Fortunately we didn't need air conditioning. The owner was quite friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi connection was excellent. - Ned
Sep 2010 - $28.00
A hidden gem. A great find according to DW. Not a lot to do but antiquing nearby in Turtle Lake and in other communities. A TERRIFIC farmer's market on Thursdays. A good place to chill or to overnight. Owners are salt-of -the earth and we enjoyed the locals with great hospitality. Very pet friendly according to Rascal. A 10 if they had 50 amp, but we had mostly cool weather and rain so no big deal, but the weather broke from mid 90's the day before we got there. - Saltydog44
Jul 2019 - $37.00
Had a great stay albeit that we were only able to stay one night. Loved that they had an onsite restaurant and bar. Everyone was very friendly, and we immediately felt at home. Site was gravel and grass, and LEVEL. The park is just south of Cameron, W off of US8, and US53. Would definitely stay again. - PKRA
Oct 2016 - $28.00
Buck 'N' Beam's is located on a paved county road near town and with several resort lakes nearby. We arrived just after lunch and were met on the drive by Mr. Owner. He helped us back into a spot in the corner, bordered by lush pine growth. We had 50 amp & water, no sewer hookup. The wide gravel driveways were slightly rough, but being graded into shape by Mrs. Owner. A couple with 2 small children were traveling with us and they were given a secluded tent spot near us. The campground made a spot just for them, including a fire ring and picnic table that had never been there before. Our spot was level side-to-side and front-to-back and had grass on both sides, with ample room for our slides. Our picnic table was shaded by the pine trees and very bug-free. Although the little kids followed chickens (pets?) around through the trees for hours on end. The campground has a tavern that serves delicious pizza and short orders. I was worried about the noise, but they were no more noisy than any other restaurant would have been. A band played country music on Friday night, with no admission charge. Buck & Beamer are the names of the dogs that the camp is named after, and a couple of friendly Bassets greeted us noisily, whenever we approached the office. The restrooms were spotless all the time we stayed, 15 days. The showers cost about $3.00, but only take four quarters at a time, so we had to exit the shower stall to refill the coin machine about three times to finish washing and rinsing. The owners and everyone else there were very helpful and friendly, making us feel like we were with family within a couple of days. We would (no, make that WILL) stay there again. - Paul Harsin
Jul 2015 - $25.00
We stayed two weeks in our 35 foot motor home. The driveways are gravel. Most sites are nearly level. We stayed on site 7, next to large pine trees. Most sites are near trees, but not shaded. The sites are very wide, with grassy lawns.
The office doubles as a bar, with a very small camp store. They have a bag-toss tournament on Thursdays and one night, a small band played till 11:00 PM.
They have a small playground, away from the camp sites. This is near the county road, so parents should supervise little ones.
The owners are very friendly and accessible. One met us and called me by name as we pulled in the first day. This friendly, personal contact was the same with every employee.
The campground is dog-friendly, with two Bassett residents who wander over to say Hi, but don't get in the way.
The only downside is the lack of sewer hookups, but campers can use the dump station near the exit.
Overall, we really enjoyed our stay. We would stay again, and recommend it to you. - Paul Harsin
Jul 2018 - $18.00
Only stayed one night as it was along my way home. However, very beautiful site and there is a bar and food and other amenities that make it attractive. Would be interested in visiting the site again. My sight was open and in close proximity to others. It may be helpful to review a camp map and schedule ahead of time to have a more private site, or perhaps one with some shade trees (it summer and hot). - Vietnam Veteran
Aug 2016 - $18.00
The owners built this place by themselves starting in @ 2003. It is immaculate. I don't remember the site number but it was right across the lot from the saloon/restaurant. This is a place to go to just sit back and relax. I have no tow but the site was long enough for a long tow. - Homawy
Aug 2016 - $34.00
30/50 AMP with water, almost all permanent sites. Nice (loud on weekends) bar. Lots of ATVers. Have to travel a few miles of poor roads to get here. Nice playground. Would not stay again due to no full hook ups for the price paid. Pull thru sites. - Landyachty
Jul 2015 - $17.00
Campground is mostly seasonal. Not too many spots for travelers. Only one that would fit us. Very close to our neighbor. Grass with table and fire ring. No other amenities but playground. No Sewer at all. Very off the beaten path. Wouldn't return. - jcpjane