This is a great little park. We were northbound on Michigan 127 looking for a place to stay and found it in the directory. (There aren't many RV parks around there.) The campground is right on a small lake, with a swimming beach and clear water. Our site was only about 50 feet from the beach! Also a nice and well kept playground. The resident manager could not have been friendlier. Quite a few seasonal occupants, but there were plenty of sites available. Restrooms and showers aren't fancy, but clean and well equipped. We only stayed one night, but with the beach and playground it would be a relaxing place to spend a few days.
This campground is part of the much larger Quadna Mountain resort complex. The campground entrance is only about 100 yards off of Minnesota Hwy 169, but the office is in the main lodge a mile farther up the Quadna Mountain road. (WiFi connection only available in the lodge.) This campground is a good value at $25 a night for full hookup sites. Tree shaded back-in sites are angled for easy backing. Restrooms and showers are basic but clean and well-provisioned.
This is a nice little park and a good value for the money. Owner is very friendly. Very nice lodge building, pool and playground. Restrooms and showers are clean and nice. They appear to have recently added a new shower building with two private-bath style showers. These are in service but still bare concrete: I expect that they will eventually be finished like the bathroom/showers in the main lodge. Plenty of good dog walking areas outside the park. An earlier (2009) review indicated no wireless internet coverage, but we had 5 bars of Verizon cell phone signal and good 3G data coverage. I would rate this campground 5 stars except for lack of trees and pesky quarter-in-the-slot showers, which strike me as chintzy for a $35 a night campground.
We stayed at this park while visiting friends in Daytona Beach during the week of Daytona 500. Campgrounds in Daytona beach were charging double the normal rate, with a minimum stay. Very nice "country" campground. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Our campsite was next to their pet goat pasture and the goats were good neighbors! Restrooms and showers were spotlessly clean, and everything worked. The pool was closed at the time we were there (February). They serve breakfast in the activities building on weekday mornings and it's an outstanding value for the money, in terms of both quality and quantity.
This is a great little campground that is not very widely known. It is not in any of the directories that I know of. The sites are close together and not very big, and the campground really doesn't have much to recommend it except for one thing--it is right on Holden Beach! The campground is right up against the dune and on the other side, accessible by the public access at one end of the campground, is the beach and Atlantic ocean. The $28 rate that I quoted is the off-season rate; peak season is twice that. Also the restrooms and showers are closed during the winter season, but all sites are full-hookup. The Fishing Pier & Campground enterprise includes the fishing pier, a small store, and a restaurant, all run by the same folks, who are friendly and helpful.
This park is a mixed bag. Good news first: It's located right in the town of New Glarus, literally within walking distance of the town's historical district and attractions. The bad news: The park is operated by the Town Edge Restaurant and seems to be more or less an afterthought. The 24 sites consist of 12 pull-through lanes long enough for two units. (After the first unit pulls in the second site in the lane is a back-in.) The lanes are extremely narrow, so if the park is full you can't extend slide-outs or awnings. No trees, no picnic tables. It wasn't full when we were there, so it wasn't too bad. The restrooms are a joke. They are located in what appears to have been a small motel. After paying a key deposit you enter a hallway through an exterior door and go to one of two small former bedrooms labeled "men" and "women". The restrooms are tiny bathrooms off these bedrooms, smaller than the bathroom in many RVs! And they weren't very clean when we were there. If you are there at an off-peak period and don't need the campground restrooms, it does have great location, and the folks are friendly.
There are lots of things to do in Green County but not very many campgrounds. We were very glad to find this one. Located right on the Sugar River with many waterfront sites. Canoe and tubing rental on site. Close to scenic and historical attractions in Brodhead, New Glarus, and other Green County towns. Campground was purchased by new owners in November 2009 and they are working hard to fix the place up. Restrooms have been completely redone and are spotlessly clean. The owners plan many other improvements as time permits. The owners are friendly as can be, and we will be using this campground for our base of operations on future trips to Green County.