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We had a beautiful site right on the yellow river. Fantastic view, and enjoyable bird watching as well. Eagles follow the river! All sites are back in. Shared pedestal for electric, so every other site would need a longer cord, etc. Wifi is excellent. We would visit again.

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This RV park appears to be a smallish, blacktop parking lot with hookups. No privacy, and nothing attractive. A baseball field behind it, and a factory directly across the street. It is convenient to town, and if I had relatives or business to conduct in Antigo, this park would come in handy for an overnight stay. Since we were vacationing and wanted something nicer, we didn't stay.

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Site was level and easy to back in to. We chose a site that backs up to the berm, so that our dog would not see everyone walking by and bark. Laundry facility for the hotel is next door, which seemed ideal until we realized they work at night. Full hookups placed where they belong. Shuttle to the casino is convenient, and the food there is top notch!

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We had a lakeside site with water and electric. Sites are very large. Grounds are well kept and beautiful. Staff friendly and accommodating. Lodge was fantastic, games and snacks. Small amount of groceries available. We usually avoid large resort type campgrounds, but thanks to off season pricing we took a chance. Will definitely return!

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We enjoyed our stay at the Hines Park Campground very much. The grounds are well kept by the city, and there is good security. The park is located on the east bank of the North Fork of the Flambeau River, known for great fishing. There is a large pier for fishing and a boat launch. 9 paved sites with water and electric are first come first served. Restrooms are open to the public and are somewhat dated. The city of Park Falls has a dump station at the nearby public works building. This park is close to a paper mill, so there is some background noise. A great playground for children, basketball court, lighted walking path, and access to ATV trails.

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Very nice city park. Campground host was helpful. Showers dated but clean, with plenty of hot water for a quarter. Park is adjacent to a school. There is some occasional traffic noise. Sites are back-in. Most sites have little to no privacy, but we were here mid-week so there were few other campers. A very good value, we enjoyed our visit.

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Wyalusing is a beautiful, clean and well maintained Wisconsin State park. Site 55 on the Ridge was perfect for our Class B motorhome. Loved the clean bathrooms. Showers were free, hot, and very private, with individual entry. Hiking, biking, and just enjoying the beauty of this fabulous state campground.

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Marquette Tourist Park is attractive, with many wooded sites. There are bike paths and hiking trails, as well as a playground and beach. The bathrooms were very clean, and the showers were hot. No WIFI available, but Verizon 4G was strong. Friendly attendants, and the park is well patrolled. We enjoyed our stay.

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This was an extremely quiet campground during our visit. A few sites with lake frontage. Fishing on this chain of lakes is excellent, and bait is sold at the office. There is a casino less than a mile away, for entertainment.

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Close to everything; we walked downtown. Great bike paths as well. Loved the view of the water. Great WI-FI, Cable TV, beach very close by. A great experience; we can't wait to go back! A very well run RV park.

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We enjoyed fishing and hiking. Connects to numerous trail systems for ATVs, and has an ATV unloading and loading ramp. Bathrooms very clean. 3 miles to town. Free firewood provided in 8' lengths. Campsites cannot be reserved.