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5 RV Parks near Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Whitefish Bay. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Whitefish Bay in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $40.00
Very very handy for exploring the city. Hank Aaron bicycle trail is adjacent to the campground. Parking lot is not very level. Utilities worked great. Park personnel are GREAT!!! - Doublex
Jul 2019 - $42.00
A large asphalt parking lot with full hookups. This park is primarily for attendees to fair events. Our site was on a slope but we were able to level the trailer (there are some sites that are fairly level). The sewer connections are too high. The internet is very slow but there is a good AT&T signal so we were able to use our hotspot. It is a good base to explore the city. We stay here for 4 days. - rockfarmer
Jun 2019 - $40.00
A basic "no frills" park designed for attendees of fair grounds events and travelers. Great location to see the Milwaukee area. Staff friendly and helpful. Some of the sites are not very level. Sewer connections are elevated, angled and lack threaded connections: very inconvenient and insecure. Some fair events can be noisy so checking their event calendar is advisable if noise is a concern. - Roger H.
Jul 2019 - $100.00
This facility is run by 16 year olds who do their best but are not experienced for the jobs and authority. Check in was fouled up and other campers told me the same story. Sites and roads were very dusty with high level of traffic mainly from golf carts. Seems to be a good family park with a lot to do for kids but probably not for regular travelers. - jgz
May 2019 - $70.00
This is a fantastic campground; a camping heaven for kids. There are waterslides, a large swimming pool, video arcades, a RC car dirt track, playgrounds, a jumping pillow, a basketball court, and much more.. There is a large addition currently being constructed to add spaces, to the camping availability. In fact, being early in the season, the staff is hard at work primping the park. This is not a small, quaint, quiet place. The reason for the 9, versus 10; the roads are a bit rough. But, overall, this is what I think of when I hear of a Jellystone park. Water pressure a bit low at 30 lb., but no issues. - sse
May 2019 - $45.00
Here for three days on way to Washburn ('bout as far north before the lake) to visit relatives. 1st time staying at a Yogi Bear Campground. Located just south of Milwaukee county line. $40/nite on weekdays, $45/nite on weekends. Friendly management. They are adding a gate pass for RV's. Wife had exit RV to reach gate monitor, as low, only for autos. Too early for the season, few campers here on Thursday, but many came on Friday. 48 degrees and everyone is out, bundled up in front of the fire pits. I think that they had Cabin Fever over the cold and snowy-wet winter. Sites B/I, and pull thru. Ours is a standard pull through, Gravel w/ table and fire pit, F/H/S, OTA TV pretty good, no cable. Premium pull throughs are cement pads with a small (in ht) wall, surrounding the fire pit. pull through sites very level. Roads are gravel, and mostly groomed. Many cabins, including the "Glamping Loft Cabin". Some cabins are pet friendly. Military discounts' at varying times. The brochure shows many activities during warmer weather. Themed weekends, they will have 10 activities each day. Appears a great place to come with "young'uns". Will stop here on our way back to Long Island in 10 days. - Long Island Mac
Sep 2019 - $28.00
Racine County Cliffside Campground This is a very beautiful and clean campground. Roads are narrow and one way. The sites are spaced well on each side. But, if there is a row of sites behind your row of sites, they are kinda close. Though perfect if your camping with another family. Since it was the last week of September when we visited, the campground was less than half full. Bathrooms were very clean and had plenty of hot water for showers. The parking pad was made of small stones and had plenty of space for our 28.5 foot 5th wheel and truck. The pad was also almost perfectly level side to side and slightly sloped down toward the back. The small stones did track into our camper, so I would advise a door mat if you have one. With the exception of the group site, all sites had 20, 30, and 50 amp electrical service and water. There was no sewer service at the sites. The landscaping was very pretty with soft grass on the sites. All of the sites had a large fire ring sitting on the same small stones as the pad. There was no camp store, and if you did not make reservations, there was a self check in at the entrance. I believe that half of the sites were not reservable. There was a single dump station and I can imagine that it would be very busy on a Sunday when campers are heading for home. We stayed three nights and hope to return to this beautiful campground. - GregT44266
Aug 2019 - $28.00
Very neat and tidy county park. It is lighted at night. Bathrooms are extremely clean and appear to be newer. Roads are paved. A beautiful wooded setting. Flat terrain made it enjoyable to walk the dogs and ride the bikes. We would return. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Very nice county park with great RV sites. Extra large sites with lovely grass lawns and lots of room. About half the sites are available only by reservation, the others are first come. Popular destination for weekenders from Chicago and Milwaukee, but very quiet. (It is in the departure flight path of Milwaukee Airport but not a big deal) Self check in, if you reserve a spot make sure you remember the site #. Names are printed on cards posted at the sites. While the park is beautifully maintained, we rarely saw the staff and the park seems golden-rule managed, which seemed to work fine here. Site surfaces are crushed gravel and could use some leveling. Power and water only, no sewer, although there is an easy access dump station on the way out. The locals say that Wisconsin has 2 seasons, Winter and Road Repair. GPS will try to route you down 6 Mile Road, which is closed in about a thousand places. Very frustrating when towing on narrow roads. Come in from the south. I-94 exit on 4 Mile Road to 32 North then right turn on Middle Road will get you there. - Todd Hancock
Aug 2014 - $22.00
Electric (30 amp) and water. No dump on site. Toilets are pit (not too inviting) and no showers available. Excellent Verizon cellular voice and data. Site #8 was blocked by trees for satellite service. This was a beautiful park and the shaded sites were beyond spacious - probably 70 feet deep and 80 feet wide. The sites face the lazy Milwaukee River. There are only 3 sites with electric and water (8,9,&10); and 7 dry sites. Reservations are made by phone. Never got the host directly on the phone (he's always out working the park), but he did return calls. Be patient.. Site #8 had electrical issues but we worked through them by reducing the power to the battery charger. The park is only 30 minutes from Milwaukee. We visited the Harley Davidson Museum and Riverwalk. The Miller Brewery Tour was missed. We would stay here again. This park would be a 10 if it had clean restrooms and showers; 11 if it had sewer connections. - Kokomo
Sep 2013 - $22.00
There are 10 sites available. Two have 30 amp service, and 1 has 50 amp and water. This is a county park and is just being developed for camping. Lots of shade trees, roads are all paved, and all lots face the Milwaukee river. Caretaker lives on site, and there is a drop box for payment. You can reserve over the phone, and credit cards are accepted. - huskeringi
May 2019 - $30.00
Pike Lake State Park is a small campground, but quiet, well kept, and has spacious campsites. No water hookups, but some electric sites. Firewood available at the campground host ($6), but can find it cheaper ($3) at the gas station across from the park entrance. Newly built fishing pier available. Nice hiking trails also. - Billie111
Jun 2011 - $19.00
This is a beautiful state park, however, be aware that most of the sites are very difficult to back into if you have a large rig. Our rig is 30 ft long and it was a challenge. If you have a rig larger than this the only sites you could get into would be 29 , 30, and 2. Only the inside sites have electric. Except for sites 29,30,31,32,1 and 2, it is heavy wooded and DARK. And when it rains, which it frequent does in Wisconsin, it stays wet. There is no hope of getting a satellite signal except on the few upper sites previously mentioned. Cellphone signal is weak at best. But, there are lots of nice trails to hike, and wildlife around. It is about 5 miles from the freeway and near a small town with a Wal-Mart. - sunbadgers