Nice wide grassy pull-though sites, with trees and shade. Expensive for people like us that don't use the pool and other amenities but good for families for a weekend getaway. Would have appreciated being guided to our site because the map was confusing to a novice. The main roads were kind of narrow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stated rate is for a full hookup site with a lake view, including the daily resort fees and taxes. This is a beautiful park with loads of open green space, grassy areas and mature trees. It is definitely a resort, great for families and friends getting together for a vacation. We were there over a weekend and though the park was full and lots of kids around, all were quiet and well behaved. Sites are level with lots of room between rigs. Not much to do in the area. The cost is substantial, perhaps a little high for us since we didn't use the pools, but it is a very nice park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was located on a lake. But all the lakeside spots seemed to be filled with small modular units. The staff were friendly. The grounds were well kept. They have two newer pools very well kept. We stayed in the pull through area campsites in the lower 200's. They were wider than most and treed. They were not cramped. They were away from the pools and the roadway at the front of the camp. One of the nicer places we have stayed on this trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park in a beautiful part of the country. Staff is very friendly and not intrusive. Many sites are pull through, and they don't smash you in like some parks do. There are activities for kids and more than one pool. We definitely recommend to anyone looking for a family friendly RV park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground was very clean and maintained. Very much a family park in all ways. Way to many golf carts and being driven by young children. We stayed several nights. Would recommend to any family who wants a nice vacation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was really great. Very nice shaded park and pool. They even had a kiddie pool. We stayed here with our family. We didn't really like the golf carts driving around. And we also did not like the security shining their golf cart lights around all hours of the night. There was also a Tornado Watch that was posted and they came out 3 hours after it was posted to tell everyone. Over all we will definitely be going back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a poorly managed and overpriced facility, which is unfortunate because it is a great campground. We know some families who have seasonal sites here, and they have had numerous issues with unethical management. Some great lake view sites. Two nice, kid-friendly pools. Nice playgrounds, and it seems quite safe for the kids to ride their bikes and scooters around the campground. We would stay here again because it's very kid friendly and also because we know people who stay there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My family has been coming to this campground for years because of the nice facilities. We stayed in a cabin and we found it to be clean and comfortable. There are two nicely maintained pools and you can rent golf carts. Other than an occasional wafting of sewer gas through the campground, the facilities were very well kept. Over the last ten years we never had any problems but there is new management and we won't be coming back to this campground. The new manager arrived at our cabin in a golf cart at sunset, and informed us that our son and his friend were misbehaving on their skateboards. We apologized and let her know that we would lock up the skateboards and they wouldn't be used for the remainder of the stay. She was quite confrontational and insistent on confiscating the boards or have us evicted. It was very surreal, especially when she involved a county deputy to enforce the eviction. At that point we handed her the boards. Needless to say, it put quite a damper on our family reunion. It was the most unprofessional thing we had ever witnessed. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Poor management, office overcharges on billing statements with seasonal sites and guest registers. Kids activities are NOT kid friendly for younger children under age 6. Campground is starting to charge customers for activities. Camp manager very hard to get along with. Do not keep the items in the store stocked, but always seem to have lots of kids items to purchase, candy, toys. Spend to much office time with game machine tokens instead of waiting on campers registering and purchasing supplies from the store. Bathrooms and showers not cleaned often enough on busy weekends. Moldy shower curtains, hot tub dirty. IMROVEMENT NEEDED, Not like it used to be when family owned. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our first impression was great, the check-in was easy, the roads are all paved, the campsite was great. However we quickly became disappointed with barking dogs, an 11:00PM quiet time not enforced, so we heard our drunken neighbors until after midnight and the entertainment Saturday night was music, very loud music that we could hear in our camper with the air on and we weren't even close to it. We will not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are definitely not private RV resort people. We much prefer state parks, privacy, and rustic campgrounds. That being said, our purpose for visiting Neshonoc was family gathering, not "escaping". The sites were much wider than I anticipated, nearly 50 feet, and made it feel much better than other resorts I've been to. The restrooms and showers were as good as any I've been to, clean and lit well. Quite a few activities for kids and adults, nice playground and swimming pools (yes two). Rating 8/10 because it was a steep nightly rate, a fair number of private sites, and an annoying number of golf carts whizzing around everywhere. BTW: you can rent a golf car here too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We pulled in on their last open Saturday of the season: it was very full and busy. We thought a little 'pricey' for just an overnight. We could see there is lots of activity for family and surrounding area. We never used the facilities as for shower, restrooms, etc. In fact, we never really saw them: it's a big RV/Campground area. It appears they have more permanent seasonal sites down near the lake. The weekenders are all above on the different tiers/levels overlooking the lake (and trailers). On a positive note: all the sites seemed spaced nicely so you had room to spread out and your neighbor's ear was not in your window! I would stay here again for an overnight: I'd give it a second thought for the price for a number of days, plus 'if' you want activity I think this would be the place to be. Great family things to do, but yet quiet at night. No satellite and Wi-fi only if you ask. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were happy with this park, lots of grass, near the interstate, good for an overnight if heading out west. Very clean restrooms and showers. Site was gravel and not level. Did not rate it a 10 because I felt the rate was rather high, usually for this price you can find RV parks with concrete level pads and patios. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My family has been camping at Neshonoc Lakeside Campground for 15 years. This year we decided to stay a whole week instead of 4 days. We were very disappointed how strict they have become. We certainly do not feel this campground is a family friendly anymore. Since you have to pay your rental fees at the time you make reservations, perhaps staff should make sure all rules (new and old) are given to each camper when they arrive on site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Nice roads and mostly spacious sites. Lots of kids in roads. Also some cars not in parking spaces but in roads. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of our top two favorite campgrounds!! Very clean and scenic, two pools and a hot tub for the adults. Big playgrounds and lots of open space for the kids. Lake with a beach and fishing dock. Wish we lived closer, we would be back every year. Every couple years will do for now. Do yourself a favor and spend a weekend at this great campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is family oriented with a lot of things to keep children and adults busy. We arrived for a one night stay and felt the nightly charge for a gravel site with no cable was too high. The upper sites are on top of a hill and no shade yet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are so many pools here its wonderful. There are like 3 levels to this campground. Its huge. The lake is great! Many things to do here. I loved it soooo much. Great trails for walking also. Love it. People are so friendly We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park which is especially family-oriented. The turn into the park is not visible until you are right there. There are several levels of sites, so there may be a steep climb to get to the site. Our site was quite large so we didn't feel crowded, even though most of the sites were full. We were here 2 days, but didn't use the pool or hot tub as it was cool and rainy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This really is a nice campground. It is very clean and family friendly. The sites with a view are best but book very early, up to 1 year ahead of time for weekends. The pool was a good temperature for Wisconsin August. The hot tub if for adults only. The beach was not a big beach; more of a small rocky area and a dock but my children loved it. I wish the beach sand areas was bigger. You can bring a boat to this campground. The only downside (beside the price) was that at night, about 1AM you can hear a train that is 2 miles away but fairly noisy with the stillness of the night. I would return to this campground as it has a pool, lake, & playground as well as clean restrooms. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL~! This is one of the nicest, cleanest, most well-cared for campground we have ever stayed at. We had a beautiful grassy, shaded site with a view of the lake and a cement pad right outside our door. I cannot say anything bad about this place except that it is always booked and you might have trouble getting a reservation. It is well worth it to try and make reservations. Oh--and if coming from the west in directions--the turn comes up VERY QUICK--so be prepared for that. ;) GO you will LOVE IT!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice family friendly campground. Large, grassy sites are well-maintained with just about perfect distances between them. Also there is a great pool area although we couldn't use the hot tub because they wouldn't let kids in- however many people probably really appreciate this. We would definitely go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Long-Term residents occupy sites on Lake Neshonoc, so lake access is somewhat limited. Newer sites on top of hill with lake views are accessed through nicely paved roadways, although the turns could be wider. Grass sites and pads are firm, level, and nicely trimmed. Power was rock steady. A very pretty campground that was a nice surprise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signage to campground OK but could miss the entrance if not concentrating. Adequate space to park to register but could be limited when busy. Office staff were friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites paved but in places narrow particularly if you have a 'Big Rig'. The full hook-up pull-thru sites were long, flat, and very well spaced. The back-in sites had better views of the lake but were not all level. The seasonal sites are all by the shore line, where as the transient sites are on the hill above the lake. The electricity was solid and the water pressure good. There was some road noise from the CR16. The campground is well maintained but a little on the expensive side for what it has to offer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were assigned a beautiful site overlooking the lake, right above the office. Spacious and shady sites, easy to maneuver. All amenities were well maintained and operable. Our children loved the pool. It was crystal clear with lots of shady chairs as well as spots for sunbathing. The staff was extremely helpful and knowledgable in providing advice about the area and restaurants. Only stayed one night on our way to another destination, but would go back for a longer stay in the future. Wisconsin at its best! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly staff. Beautiful, clean campground with great views of lake. Pull thrus were large and easy to navigate as well as being level and quiet. A little far from I-90, but worth the drive. Would definitely use again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are too close together. No trees. We were in a field with 100's of other campers. Our children enjoyed the park areas though. More trees and more seclusion is desirable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground. Employees patrolling often. They have a pool and hot tub and wide sites. Grounds and pool are very well maintained. Nice playground for children. We had a beautiful view of the lake from our site. Stayed only 4 nights. Definitely a keeper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is on my Top 5 list of campgrounds in the US. The sites are large. The owner's/staff are very friendly and helpful. The campground is located in hilly West Central Wisconsin close to La Crosse and the Mississippi River. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with friendly staff. Since we were staying 1 night, they gave us the last pull-through site. Rating reflexes the lack of full hookups and other amenities. Still a very nice park for a day or so. Liked walking the dogs in this huge park. Too bad some of the seasonal folks leave their dogs off leash. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this park for 3 days. Staff was courteous, and efficient. Located half way between La Crosse and Sparta near the La Crosse River, and bike path. Nice grassy pull through sites more than long enough for our 62'. Far enough off the Interstate so you didn't hear the traffic. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just stopped here on our way to South Dakota. It was easy access and cheap so good for one night. There were kids-type play ground and trees and the park did butt up against the river so was a nice area. Low lands so I wouldn't want to be there in the rain. Older park. Good location if you are in the area. They had a nice bike trail that we walked. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Like this park for it's quiet location close to city of LaCrosse. Right on the bike trail. Quiet and relaxing. Most sites are grassy with plenty of space between. LaCrosse River runs through campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground overall. Sites are simple grass covered sites with some dirt, not bad though. Nice laundry, and very nice, and new, bathrooms and showers. Hosts were a very nice retired couple, and full of life and joked with us. 60 and older gets the senior discount as we did. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was a Saturday night when we came this park. The place looked full but there were a couple sites available. The manager knew which one was best for us, and he was right. While the park was full, it was not wild or rowdy, just friends and families having fun together. We had no trouble getting level but the ground was uneven and there were trees lining our site so we had to be aware of lower hanging branches. The soil was sandy so we had to make sure our feet were clean or we'd be bringing it all inside with us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty city park with camping areas. However, there are no "RV PADS". Your site is on the grass next to the water/electric hookups. Sites have not leveled, rather they slope, rise, and dip as the natural land contours. We could not lower our jacks due to the dips and holes. Interior roads exceptionally bad with ruts and holes. Scraped many trees limbs driving our motorhome thru the park. It is pretty to look at but was not comfortable for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Love this campground. It is easy to get to and always has space available. It is quiet, even though there were several large groups camping. On the trail system and the La Crosse river. Very family friendly, and the hosts are very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very laid back. There is a new shower house that is well designed and beautifully done. Several of the back in sites are along the river. Most sites have a fire ring. There is a path to the rails-to-trails bike path. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you don't mind old bathrooms, then this is the place for you. The campground has LOADS of activities for the family. There are multiple playgrounds, volleyball nets, bike paths, and areas to run. The bike path is part of a large trail system in WI. We walked our dogs on it and had a nice time. The trail is wide and can accommodate a bike and dogs going in different directions. The campground host was very nice and helpful. Although there were quite a few people in the campground, it was quiet at night. My only hesitation was the condition of the bathrooms. The floors were clean, but I chose not to shower because of the old walls and rusty shower head. The soap dispensers also were not working properly. A new bathroom facility is on the grounds, but the host told us they are waiting for their final inspection in July. It looked great on the outside. I would rank this place a 10 if the bathroom situation was better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay while we were doing other things in the area. Not crowded. Very pretty. They are building a new larger shower facility, so some sites were not available. Still wasn't a problem to get in though. Love the rate per night, too! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thought this was a good place to stay, and would stay here again. The price is right for the amenities. There is some train noise and some road noise (which is why no "10"), but otherwise very quiet. Unlike the other comments here, we did not have a problem pulling in a site, people did not stay up late, owner did come through a couple of times during the weekend we were here. It is a beautiful setting, with a site for every taste (shaded, not shaded, private, pull through, etc.) Loved that the owner gave us a map, and let us pick what area and site we wanted. Great access to bike trails. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I camped here 1 night only. I was road weary, it was dark and I was unable to find the campground in LaCrosse I wanted to stay at. I found this place on a referral from Neshonic Campground (nice people) who were full. The campground facilites were fine, they had a nice big office and the place was almost full. However the check-in office reeked of cigarette smoke and the owner smoked constantly throughout the check in. I am asthmatic and was gasping by the time I got out of there. I was told to choose one of a couple free sites. The sites were drive through but I had trouble getting into mine because of the neighbors parking 3 campers on one site. It left me very little room to make the turn in because of trees. Nevertheless I got in and managed to step in a huge pile of dog waste while leveling. The neighbors stayed up until after midnight with loud country music blaring out an open RV door. The campground owners did not police the noise whatsoever. There were numerous other late night group parties around also. I couldn't get out of there fast enough. I stopped at the office to ask the owner directions to the park in the neighboring town that I couldn't find and his commment was, "I don't know of any other parks in the area!" Astonished, I asked if he was new to the area and did he have a phone book I could look in. He reply'd that, "he didn't give information about his competitors." Boy, did I leave that place behind forever. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.