Date of Stay: October, 2010
We stayed here for a family get together. I would not camp here again. We camped at a pull-through site in the field so we would get some sunshine. The roads are gravel and are in poor condition. The sites were mostly grass, but are not level. The water pressure was extremely low, although I was able to take a shower. The mens restrooms needs to be updated they are in very poor condition, broken urinal, peeling paint. They need major work. There is only one restroom for the entire campgrounds. There is junk everywhere, old picnic tables, old trucks, old equipment, old everything. Most of the campers are seasonal. There is a pond for fishing and swimming, if you dare.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
This park is absolutely beautiful, the grounds are meticulously maintained. The staff is friendly and goes out of their way to make your stay comfortable. We had a pull-through site which was level, gravel, good water pressure, 50 amp, and had a cement pad with a picnic table. There were 2 sewer connections to accommodate all RV types. It you are traveling through Osseo, WI, and it's anywhere nearing time to stop, this is the place to stop. You will not be disappointed. We will definitely stop here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
If you are a beach person, Wild Acres is for you. It is about a 1/8-1/4 mile walk to the beach and a 1 mile walk to the pier in Old Orchard Beach. The help is OUTSTANDING, they go out their way to help. I sent an email requesting an extra picnic table and it was on our site when we arrived. We stayed here for their spring special (May 1st to June 25th) at site L16. Beware that the "L" sites are close to the railroad tracks. We got use to the train noise very quickly and didn't hear it after the first night. We will be going back next year for the spring special. Our site was pretty level with gravel and grass. Wi-Fi is available around the office. The only improvement I would suggest is that they provide Wi-Fi throughout the park.