Date of Stay: May, 2013
We camped in a group electric site with a truck camper, a pop up and a travel trailer, along with 8 tents. Our site was much smaller than expected, not at all level. The group site area is far away from the rest of the camping area. It has one toilet house that has limited facilities (one toilet for the men and two for the women), however, the staff kept them clean. We took a ride around the campground and it seemed that the single sites were mostly nicer (spacious and level) than the group sites. Nice area overall, especially for people who like to fish, as well as camp. I would stay again, but in a single site.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This is a lovely campground, and being summer, and the holiday, it was booked solid. Even so, it did not feel crowded in the campground. The sites are mostly large, somewhat level, although what qualifies as pull through sites here are pretty small. Access to Lake Michigan through the RR trail from each loop, and the beach was not ever crowded, even though it was hot.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
This is a 7 on a state park scale (meaning amenities are spare, if you are looking for Wi-Fi and a pool, go private). Sites are fairly level, treed, and spaced far apart. Bathrooms and showers were adequate, but old. Could use revamping. Would stay again.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
Nice city run campground situated on the Pecatonica River in Darlington, Wi, also adjacent to the Tri County multi use ATV trails. Being that it is on the trails, there can be some associated noise, but it is limited mostly to daylight hours. Huge, clean, accessible shower house with flush toilets and 6 separate showers. There is a city pool within 6 blocks, grocery store in walking distance. If a person does not mind a bit of noise, this is a nice campground.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
This is a lovely park in a lovely area. We were in site 231, which had some nice shade and was fairly level and spacious. Even though it was a holiday weekend, it was quiet, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Showers and bathrooms were clean. We didn't use the swim beach because it was crowded, but we did take the dogs to the boat launch and let them swim there.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
This spring Yellowstone Lake opened the non electric loop early due to the nice weather, so we took advantage of this and went camping. Even though the water had not been turned on, so the showers and flush toilets were not available, we were able to fill up at the entrance. The ranger was very helpful and friendly. The area is beautiful, the campground was fantastic. We had a few owls for neighbors who hooted all night. I can see why this campground is booked solid during the summer.