Campground is nice. The area we were in was quiet but the beach area by the lake was pretty crummy. The lake is very murky accept for the sand they laid in the beach area. Not a lot of activities for my 8 year daughter and the playground equipment is minimal. That said, the campground itself is nice and it would be a nice place for person enjoying a heavy wooded, quiet campground. We on the otherhand, look for very kid friendly places where she can swim. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We stayed here for the 4th of July weekend and couldn't have been more pleased. The staff was very friendly and professional. Sites were level and descent size, water pressure and quality was good. Cable TV was a real plus for the kids. Beach was nice as was the water trampoline. Close to 4th festivities and a nice bike trail. We'll definitely look to Camp Holiday for our next Northwoods visit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Of all the pull through sites we could have been in, we were given one across from the maintenance building. Lots of activity and dust flying from mowers, etc. Other than that, we are enjoying it here. Host was gracious to allow us two extra days, even though it is Memorial Day weekend. The restrooms are extremely clean. The entry is new and impressive. One thing that makes it lose a little appeal is the high number of "permanent" RV's along with all the riff-raff that is allowed. It starts to look tacky. It was nice to have a little-used public road nearby to run the dog. We would return since the national forest campgrounds have minimal services. Our reason for being here was having friends nearby. We would come again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.