Very nice little campground situated right on Lake Fanny Hooe - cabins and lodge on the water; campgrounds just across the little road. Big rigs and RVs in front of the campground; tents set back in second loop. RV sites were accessed easily, but were close to each other, with no trees in between most of them (trees in the back of each spot), but the very friendly staff, the ultra-clean bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities made this a winner! Great location for visiting Isle Royale National Park - ferry leaving from Copper Harbor is just minutes from this campground.
This is the gem of the Wisconsin State Park system, both for location and camping activities. There are five different campgrounds, two with electric hookups and three without. Fabulous hiking and biking in the park - well-marked trails. Busy in summertime - make reservations early! Decent showers but they were private, free, and had hot water. Be sure to check out the American Folklore Theatre inside the park (walking distance from Tennyson Bay Campsites) - they feature locally written, very enjoyable theatre under the stars appropriate for all ages - a highlight of camping in this state park!
Lovely state park outside quaint Wisconsin town of Stoughton. Lake Kegonsa is great fishing/boating lake with terrific little restaurants - try nearby Springers for a classic Wisconsin Friday Night Fish Fry. Pretty easy access off highway; signs easy to follow. Bathrooms with several shower stalls and toilets cleaned daily; cleaned very well! Our campsite was great, as were many others. Trees provided good shade where we were. Great biking in the area outside and all around the park.
Wonderful campground! We've always enjoyed spacious, level campsites in the shade when camping here. Decent bathrooms and showers, which were clean. Easy-to-follow directions with everything very well marked; easy dumping and water station. Great walking/hiking with well-marked trails through trees and along the river; beautiful canyons, waterfalls through sandstone cliffs. Wonderful Visitor Center and beautiful old Lodge if guests need lodging and/or you want to dine out.
Prefer another campground in nearby but couldn't get in there so stayed here. Caters to fishing folks more than hikers. Small, tight campsites with fire rings (but no grills) were okay; just partial shade, which is hot in summertime. Didn't see many level sites which could be a problem for many RVers and tent campers. Canvasback Loop looks most preferred; Merganser Loop okay. Pit toilets near many sites; short walk to clean showers and toilets. Not much hot water, even at 7 AM; none at 4 PM. Quiet hours enforced but no problems with nearby neighbors. Overall experience was just okay.