Millpoint has a lot of potential. We are fairly new to RVing so maybe I'm still learning what is good and not so good. Visually, Millpoint Park is quite nice. It is on the Upper Peoria Lake (which is fed by the Illinois River). It is woodsy and the sites are comfortably far enough apart. That being said, we have a 43 ft motorhome and negotiating the unpaved, sandy/rocky road to the site was a bit exciting. Also, we had to have the owner come and use his tree trimmer to remove low hanging branches that hung perilously close to the RV as you are driving on their road. The owner was extremely accommodating and was there the minute you called his cell. There is no store or main office. The campground is nestled in among a trailer park like a subdivision. The owner dropped off a picnic table because the sites didn't have them there. There were no firepits. We did enjoy ourselves but it was a little different than some of our other RV experiences. We would probably return if we had business in Peoria again.
This was our maiden voyage with our motor home and since we are new to this, we took a chance on the campground. We lucked out. The owners were friendly and helpful. Our site was very nice. We didn't have a site with sewer hook up but that was our fault. Unbeknownst to us, Eagle River's 4th of July fireworks are held on the campground so we had perfect seats for a very enjoyable 4th celebration. We would definitely return to Hi-Pines campground the next time we venture into the North Woods of Wisconsin