Great campground just south (10 miles) of Baxter State Park; ideal to stay here and hike the park. Owners purchased the campground in 2012 and are making steady improvements to an already good place - nice pool, new playground, outdoor dishes sinks, bathroom improvements. They were very flexible and helpful, going out of their way to ensure we had what you needed. Terrain in the area is rocky, so you'll encounter some bumps on the gravel loop roads, but we went slow and were just fine. Lots of trees surrounding the sites. Great fire rings with rock surround - very nice. Dry firewood available. We would definitely stay here again.
Stayed here for proximity to White Mountains/Mount Washington - an excellent choice. Nice, friendly new owners as of 2012 - very conscientious of providing a very nice facility; campground hosts very friendly, as well. Very clean bathrooms & showers. Yes, railroad tracks right behind the back row of sites, but we never heard a thing; owner said they don't run every night. Got good Internet reception. Didn't use pool, but it looked nice. We would absolutely stay here again!
We found this campsite when searching on the Internet for Saratoga Springs camping; it turns out this campground is 30 miles north which takes an hour on winding roads to get to Saratoga. This is a small campground with mostly seasonals; just 5 or 6 public sites available. While the owner was nice enough, the facilities left quite a bit to be desired. "Laundry room" had just 1 very old, rusty washer and 2 old dryers, and while the price was right ($1 for each), it under a roof and had three walls, but open on the fourth side to bugs, spiders, etc. - not what you want when trying to have clean clothes. The pool looked new, but virtually everything else about the campground seemed very dated - bathrooms, facilities, etc. While I don't like writing a bad review which might impact their business negatively, unfortunately this place doesn't warrant a good review. I would not stay here again.
We came to this campground because of the fabulous hiking here. Falls Trail 5-mile hike takes you past 21 waterfalls - stunning! The only drawback to this campground is no hookups, but if you can dry camp for three days in an RV or if you are a tent camper, definitely come here! Restrooms and facilities are very well kept. Visitor Center at the entrance is nice. No alcohol in the park (or be discrete). Note the approach from the south up Hwy 487 is steep - 18% grade. We disconnected our tow vehicle and slowly made it up the hill - well worth the effort.
Good for families who want playground and pool and events; pricey and a bit too much activity for full-timers who just want a nice, quiet campsite away from it all. Approach from south, not north, as roads wind and are difficult from north. Restrooms clean enough, but dated. With lots of seasonals and local families with kids staying here, it was not one of our favorite campgrounds. That said, if you want to be in this area, which we did, this will do just fine - just expect a lot of activity in the summertime.
We really liked this campground for its remoteness. Trees all around the sites; hiking trails nearby; right next to the Appalachian Trail. Campsite hosts very friendly. General store 1/4 mile walk away. We would definitely stay here again.
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.