Shower was out of order, lights in outhouse did not work, the picnic table was busted, our "fire pit" was a small tire rim, the beach was full of goose dropping with LONG grass, the swimming area was mucky and weedy, the garbage dumpster was overflowing, and there was no host to be found. I called the county to complain about the situation and was told they were completely satisfied with the way the camp was being maintained and managed. Would NOT recommend this place!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Most sites in this park are seasonal, which means the campground is quiet during the week, busy on the weekends. Our site was grass, level, with good hookups. The wifi didn't work and we had a very poor Verizon broadband signal. Owners were friendly and helpful. OK park. We would stay here again if we needed to be in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for four nights over a weekend. The park was full; everyone was friendly and quiet. We were in the pull-through sites in the center, not too scenic as the sites are lined up close to each other. The rest of the park is more spread out and has lots of trees and grassy areas. New owners took over the park this year and seem to be nice. We had no Verizon strength and their Wi-Fi worked on and off. This part of Wisconsin is out of the way; we would come back if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground with grassy sites on a beautiful lake. It was off the highway, so there was no road noise. There is good signage, which was great because the owner said that GPS will lead you astray. It was full of campers but there weren't very many people around. We were told that locals leave their campers at the park and come up on the weekend. This is a popular ATV area so we're glad we stayed here during the week when it was peaceful and quiet. Wi-Fi was sketchy but we were close enough to the office to get some reception; no cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at Top O' The Morn from Aug.4th thru Aug10th, 2012. We used this campground as home base to see sites in northwest Wisconsin and Minnesota. Approx 40 miles to Bayfield (Appostle Islands), Hayward,and Superior. This is a very,very clean and well maintained campground. Open and shaded sites are available. Swimming beach is very nice. The manager and his wife make you feel right at home. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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This campground is in a beautiful setting, overlooking an inland lake in the northern part of Wisconsin. You can catch it from highway US 2. We were here on a weeknight near the end of the season and there were no other travelers in the campground. There were many seasonal rigs on the grounds but not too many people. The woodland setting was very attractive and it appears the place must really have a lot of activity during the summer and on weekends. Our large site was absolutely level and nestled underneath some fir trees. The branches were cut off at a height that did not endanger anything on our roof. We received good TV reception out of Duluth/Superior from our antenna. If going through this area again, we would certainly return to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners are wonderful, the campground was functional. We were visiting friends in the area, and this campground served as our home base. Our site was a long and level pull through. We had to pay extra for using AC, then it cooled off, and even though we paid for it, didn't use it. We did not ask for that fee to be refunded. The electric power tripped off the only time we did use the AC, so we were hesitant to run them anyway. The power was good other than the first day using AC. We did have good satellite signal, no Verizon signal, and the cg WiFi was extremely weak at our site, but we could at least check emails. We did not use any of the amenities, showers, or laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very rustic, beautiful setting in heavily wooded forrest. Very few amenities. Stayed one night on stop over while traveling. Expensive for overnight but there are lake activities. Good pull thru. No cable TV or site maps. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice friendly family run park. Has some "seasonal" RV's that stay in place for the whole season. Those folks never seem too friendly or something; like it's their home? Lots of activities for the outdoors types. They did have an extra charge of $5 for 50 amps though, which seemed a little strange. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Third time camping here. During this last visit, we were treated poorly when needing extra services that they do provide. Will not return, very unprofessional comments were made to our group. We did nothing to deserve it. We were very quiet, respectful, and returning customers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Very nice park & great hosts...very friendly & helpful. We called ahead to say we were coming & even tho the campground was full, they squeezed us in by one of their unoccupied camping cabins & allowed us to use the outdoor cabin electricity & water spigot. The view was wonderful at the impromptu site we had...best in the whole campground in my opinion...& we were so busy while there, that they let us stay another night at this spot. Had to pay full price for all this, but didn't mind that...the site was so nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground. Owners were very friendly and helpful. We camped here for the ATV trail access. The campground is a bit back in the woods, but it's nice and quiet. There is a swimming area, but it was so cold this week we didn't use it. Even though there isn't cable hook-up, we got great TV reception. Wi-fi was there, but intermittent. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. We'll definitely stay here again and would recommend it to our friends. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a clean friendly park that only has a couple of quirks...the wifi worked until a MH pulled in between us and the router...even at best only got a 2 bar signal...worked, but slow. Also, after charging $27/night we were charged $4/day for AC and if we wanted 50 amp service that was extra as well. Often figured $27 was enough to cover the cost of AC...and 50 amp service. Sites are gravel/sand/dirt with some grass...no mosquitoes or other nasty bugs so that was definitely a plus. We'll probably stay here again if we're in the area, but will be more prepared. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When we arrived at 4PM, the site we'd been assigned still had the 5th wheel of the previous occupants on it - and no one knew where the occupants were. The campground owners were able to offer us a couple of alternate choices (the campground was fully booked for the July 4th week-end). We ended up using the full hook-up site next to the owner's home - a site that the owner's family uses when they visit. The campground is very clean and neat, on a lake, and is a very peaceful setting. If you end up on this site, be sure to have your porch light off at bedtime. We forgot, and the owner was most unhappy in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, clean campground. Owners are very friendly. Sites 2 thru 5 are on the
lake. We stayed for a week (Sept) and mostly had the place to ourselves except for a few overnighters. Campground has pontoon - boat - canoe rentals and a
swimming area. Lots of seasonal sites. Not much to do in Iron River but close to Bayfield and the Apostle Islands and Superior. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The fire pit was full of ashes when we got there. The shower was dirty and the bathroom was filthy! The swimming area was beautiful but that was the only good thing about the place. It appeared that it was mainly a place for seasonal campers as we were the only one there that were transient. As a result, we felt completely out of place and unwelcome. The other campers including the "host" sat on the front porch of the "store" and starred at us as we came in and out. They acted like we were trespassing! NOT WELCOMING AT ALL!! It was rude of the host. We asked for help and he smelled like he had slept in a bar. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
County owned and electricity is being updated. We expected to see hiking trails, etc, but none present. There is swimming for kids and a pretty busy boat dock. It would appear that a majority of the campers are seasonal. We used it as a base camp, but will find another campground in the future. We also expected it tough to find a site because of the closure of Minnesota parks but we were the only transient campers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.