Beautiful sites right on Lake Winnebago. Electricity at sites, But no water hook ups. Potable water is available. Beautiful trails right on the county grounds. Very close to High Cliff State Park.
July 29, 2020 - reviewed by Sherri T.
Quiet Camping OnLake Winnebago
We stayed on site 43. We could see the lake, but we were not right in the lake. Some sites back right up to the lake, but there is no lake access from the campsites. Our site was shaded and somewhat private and very buggy on our first night. Pit toilet nearby gets plenty of use. Flush toilets and bath house very clean, but only open between 8 am and 8 pm. Showers are 50 cents for 3 minutes so come prepared with quarters. Water temperature is reasonably warm. Dump station is $3 for campers on the honor system. Despite being full most of the time we were there, the campground was pretty quiet. We would stay again.
June 4, 2019 - reviewed by Foshag
Great little Park
Several hiking trails and very well maintained sites. The pads were ridiculously level. I didn’t see any campers with blocks or levelers. Playgrounds are spread out throughout the park as well. Our daughter loved that. No water on the site, but they have a potable fill area. Also a brand new camping store. Which has all the stuff you forget!
January 5, 2019 - reviewed by Michelle
Great Co Park!
Clean and well maintained. Most sites have electricity. No sewer or water on the sites but easy access to both in the park. Many sites located on Lake Winnebago and if you prefer a more wooded site, stay in the upper campground as long as your rig is under 25'. And, if you don't care to cook, there's a local pub n grub just before the park entrance. We camp here once or twice a season and highly recommend it.