October 6, 2019 - reviewed by Jwj
Trees, Trees, Trees
Here’s the deal. If your an RVer, we all have arrived at RV parks were there may be a tree branch or two that needs to be trimmed for us to safely get our expensive unit to our assign space. In most cases everyone has been accommodating and they quickly trim the tree(s). Not here! We arrived and they were not willing to trim the trees in our space then. We offered to trim them ourselves, and they would not allow us. We had to find another space for the night until they would consider trimming our original space the next day. They came and trimmed the trees the next day and we relocated to our original space. What a pain in the ___.
If you have an RV with full body paint, be prepared. There are lots of low hanging tree limbs and the people here don’t seem to care.
Good Luck and be carefull!
August 19, 2019 - reviewed by Mel
Lot of sites. Only stayed one night. Looked like get had a couple of nice Lakes. Will probably stop again if in the area. Camp Post person found us a better spot when the first one we did not fit in very nice
Only bad thing is the electric and water was by the road and not wisely put for hookup
May 23, 2019 - reviewed by Larry & Teri Kuhn
Not for big rigs. Rented a pull thru for one night could not get into it and even if we had managed electric was in a very stupid spot. We actually sacrificed our money and left drove another hour up to Osseo.
March 1, 2019 - reviewed by Culver Terbeest
We totally enjoyed our stay at Pine View and are looking forward to our next visit. I highly recommend Pine View to any and every on staying in the Fort McCoy area.
May 30, 2015 - reviewed by Crappers Full
Most of the park can handle big rigs with full hookups. We booked late which put us in over flow with full hookup. The main portion of the is wooded with asphalt pads and very well maintained. Sights are decent in size and wooded. To me, the over flow was awesome. The sights were well maintained gravel, less trees for easy satellite reception, very quiet, and the nearest camper was over 100' away. This was worth the 3hr drive. We will definitely come back and camp the overflow again. We stayed here in a travel trailer.