If you are looking for a quiet, secluded place in a rustic setting this is where you want to head. However, be aware and prepared for the lack of sewer hook-ups, especially if doing more than an overnight. We stayed 5 nights and had a spacious, long pull-through site in a wooded area that required absolutely NO leveling. That said, there were several negatives we found during our Monday-Friday stay. First, having no sewer connections required us to use the facilities in the bathhouse but the bathrooms were not cleaned until the last day of our stay. We are well-versed RVers and consider ourselves to be easy-going but we found this to be unacceptable. Also, there was no hot water in the sinks in the bathrooms. In addition, there was never anyone in the office to address questions, buy ice, or provide help if needed. The owner of the campground was friendly and tried to be helpful but appeared to be busy with a personal project rather than taking care of business. We were disturbed to find we had no cell service, no emergency phone provided and we could rarely find anyone around leaving us concerned should we have an emergency or health issue. On the other hand, the Wi-Fi reception was excellent. The $30 rate seemed high for a campground with no amenities or services. We understand that the owners have only had this campground for 2-3 years but feel that they need to do more to upgrade it. We used it as a home base to tour Taliesen and The House on the Rock. Both are quite a distance from the campground and we suggest looking for another place to stay closer to Spring Green while seeing these tourist attractions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Some pull-through sites, but they are all dirt. Passport America rate one night, but not on weekends. Electric and water only. It's 10 miles west of Spring Hill and about 16 from House on the Rock. Too expensive for what you get. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large, shaded, peaceful campground with a "homey" feel and friendly hosts. Older facilities, but restrooms/showers were very clean. Sites are mostly grass but level and well spaced. The owners appear to be upgrading as evidenced by the new, large playground. Peaceful. WiFi was good, but AT&T service was very spotty. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was recently purchased by the current owners. They have invested in upgrading every part of the park. There is new electrical service including 50 amps at many sites. Lots of shady sites. Bathrooms & showers are brand new and very, very clean! The sites are level, & there are many different size sites. They offer group sites for both tents & RVs. Owners are very friendly! We camped here in a Motorhome.