This is a small, county park. Some of the sites are seasonal. The sites are tiny and you are only a few feet away from your neighbor, on both sides. Most of the sites are on the lake, which is beautiful. Our site was so small, that we could not use the fire ring, which was literally in the lake weeds. There is a swimming beach and play area. The bathrooms were clean and modern; there are pay showers (bring quarters). This campground is not a destination in and of itself, but makes a nice base camp for area activities or overnighting. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great prices for full hookup! Have stayed here several times with my Grand kids. They have a great time and usually want to stay longer. The Ice Age Trail is nearby for hiking or just watching nature. The owners are friendly and outgoing. It's a great place for atvs, since you can ride from camp instead of trailering them to the trails. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Ok sites with easy access to atv trails. Owner/operator is not only unfriendly to children but has no problem getting drunk and swearing at them/in front of them. Very child unfriendly park. Don't come here with kids if you don't want them being exposed to profanity. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd stay here. There is access to the area ATV trails, which is why we come. It's a newer campground, a little on the rustic side, not much grass. Gravel roads throughout. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. We probably wouldn't stay here for more than 3 or 4 days at a time. TV reception is terrible, and there's nothing to do if you don't like to 4-wheel. We will go back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were attending the Lumberjack Championships in Hayward, WI and didn't want to pay $50 a night to stay in the KOA. We found the T.P. Resort online and it looked like a nice place and the rate for full hookup wasn't too high ($24.00 a night). The campground is 20 miles south of Hayward. The office for the campground is in a bar and the owner/bar tender is not very friendly. The campground does not take credit cards. There are 45 spaces in the campground, with 40 of those being used by full-time seasonal campers. The 5 reservable spaces require back-in off the main road. The gravel pads were not level (one side of our trailer was 6" lower than the other). Our 30' fifth wheel filled the space. There was poison ivy in the woods adjacent to our campsite. When I made our reservations, I was told this was a full hookup site. Their idea of full hookup and my idea of full hookup are different. At other campgrounds, full hookup has water, electric, and sewer at the site. At T.P. Resort, you have water and electric at each site, but the sewer is a portable container. They bring you a portable fiberglass sewer container which measures 4'x6' and is about 8" deep. They set it outside of your trailer next to you sewer outlet. The smell coming off this container was unbelievable. Trying to drain our tanks before we left was a real chore since the inlet to sewer was about 12" off the ground. I gave this campground a rating of 5 because the sites were shaded, the restrooms were clean, the laundry was open all night, and the fishing was great. We would not stay in this park again because of the sewer hookup. If we are going to Hayward again, we will bite the bullet and stay at the KOA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.