This campground has a beautiful lake to fish and do water sports on. The sites are roomy and most of them have some cover. The toilets are clean, the showers were ok. There are no hookups of any kind. This campground is nice and quiet at night. The beach is nice and kid friendly. There is also a ski beach which keeps the boat traffic down on the regular beach. The campground is not too far away from Woodruff/Minoqua, which has plenty of great shops and good food. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Rate reflects a monthly rate, electric is additional. Individual nightly rates are around $40. This place is a bit overpriced, but all other campgrounds were booked. As mentioned in other reviews, trees and turns make it difficult for big-rigs. Having said that, we have stayed at all the campgrounds in the area, and none of them are very big-rig friendly. Most people in the area own travel trailers and 5th wheels. Very few motor homes up here. All waterfront sites are occupied by permanent mobile homes so you won't get a waterfront site. Park is well kept, and the residents maintain their trailers very nice. The people living here are older. Nice swimming area, pier, diving platform on medium sized lake. Internet did not work. Boat launch nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mostly permanent and seasonal, about 20 transient sites. Sites are long (no need to unhook), but narrow. Care is needed to pull into a site as there are big pines to pull through. Rate is with Good Sam discount and 50 amp service. Access roads are paved and adequate; transient sites are sand/grass. A perfectly OK overnight park! Nice surprise: We weren't given a big sheet of do's and don't's! Guess they figure their RV'ers are adults and know what to do. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was a joke. It is rated a 8.5 in Good Sam's and that is criminal. The ad also states "Big Rig Friendly" not true! I had to unhook just to get through on the narrow roads. We had a pull through site that was also a joke. I had to pull in and out several time to clear the trees. There is no cable TV, antenna service is marginal, cell service was terrible on both AT&T and Verizon. The Wi-Fi is almost non-existent and we were in the front row. The sites are mostly dirt, small and you have the feeling of a "sardine in a can." 90% of the park are seasonals that have not washed their trailers in years. Would never stay here again, even for free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean restrooms. The campsites were narrow. There is an extra charge for Air Conditioning. The campground is wooded, it's a short walk to Lake Arrowhead. A nice campground to walk around. The staff was friendly. I forgot to keep my receipt, I believe the rate was $30 per night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This area is so great. The Minoqua and Woodruff area is one of the most beautiful areas in the country. The campground is great for a peaceful weekend getaway. The park is well kept, clean and friendly. I will be back this next summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very old campground, in excellent repair. The problem is, it was apparently built when cars were pulling canned ham size trailers. You really need to be able to thread a needle backing into one of their sites. Not only are the sites very narrow but the roads leave too little swing room for the truck. That said, it's in a great location near Minocqua, it's dog friendly and my Verizon phone got online. I was not able to get satellite because of the trees. There were a very few sites, pull throughs that might have gotten a signal. If you have a big rig, I suggest you make a reservation and get a pull through anyway. The employees were all lovely. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Whoever laid out the short term campers area was on drugs. Way too tight, and too hard to maneuver with all the trees. Mostly seasonal campers and mobile homes. No cable or cell phone service. This is not a big rig friendly park, because of the trees and tight spots, not to say you can't get in, but depending on the site you may have to work at it. WIFI is at the office, you may be able to get it at your site. Has a nice swimming area. Also had a boat dock and ramp close by for launching. Roads are rough from tree roots. Area for kids to play is nice. Campfires are allowed with the above ground fire containers. Very close to Minocqua/Woodruff towns for shopping and eating. People were pleasant. Overall I would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Positives: Very nice people that run it. Very quiet campground. Near Woodruff/Minoqua
attractions. Full hookups. Located in a very wooded area. Negatives: Sites very close together. Caters mostly to seasonal campers. Beach isn't really a beach, as pictured on their site. Wouldn't swim there - beach not kept up. Not really anything for kids to do, just a small swing and play area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very expensive. While the site had a big concrete pad, there was no mature grass, just straw and some new grass popping up. In time it would be ok, but the price was just plain out of line. We were promised sites (a group of us were here together) on the lake, but when we arrived, they had given them to others. Instead we were put in this new area, quite a distance from the water. Most of the park is seasonal sites with park homes or trailers. On the plus side, it is well kept and very clean. The power pedestals etc., were first rate. The area is beautiful with lots of water, woods, fishing etc. Had it been a better value for money, I would have rated it higher. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice campground. We stayed here for the 4th of July weekend. Our site was in the circle with the lake view. They had someone show us to our site and helped me back into site #2 which had a cement pad. It was more than big enough to walk around the trailer with the slide and awning out. We had an OK view of the lake, a site farther down in the circle would have been a better view, but ours was OK. There was a total of 6 cement pad sites with lake views. Twp of which were down by the beach. These could be nice except you get the boat launch traffic, and due to the winds "DO NOT use your awinings! They have plenty of choices for sites, from wooded to open with a few trees. They have a small pool that we didn`t use, but it didn`t seem packed even for a holiday weekend. The beach area was OK, but being on the windy side of the lake all the debris would wash up on the beach, just sticks and such. It was rather rocky with larger pebbles. The restaurant was surprisingly excellent! The game room could use a little more room and a few more games, otherwise it was OK. This campground is older and they need to start adding to the park to keep up with the added sites. The drive into Minocqua, Woodruff is short. Obviously there's lots to see and do in the area. We actually found a nice secluded beach off of county road "D" that was picture perfect, I believe the name of the lake was Big Carr Lake. All in all, a nice campground, we will be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All the facilities one might want at a seasonal RV Resort. Lots of "Park" models everywhere. The main focus here is selling lots. The daily rentals are put on dirt sites that have not been sold yet. Sure they are full hookup, but that's it. Dirt and mud is the name of the game. We felt like outsiders too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We returned to this CG this year for 8 days. They are investing alot in improving the CG and it shows. While much of it is "condo" RV lots, there are still plenty of overnight spots. The folks running the place are so friendly and accommodating. We really enjoyed our stay and would recommend it highly, it has lots for the kids to do and it's so unique. The location near Minocqua is fabulous and there is so much to do. Some sites are more level than others, but its a really special place, I enjoyed walking the dog around the resort. Wish the weather was better, it was cool in early June and it rained alot so we didn't get to use the pool, but it looked very nice and well maintained. Recent upgrades to the playground. The main lodge has a bar/restaurant and store with limited grocery items, and also a gameroom for the kids. Plus a full marina on site, views of Lake Tomahawk, plus a swimming beach. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We returned this year to this campground. Staff was helpful and very willing to go out of their way to make us comfortable. Constant upgrades are being done which is nice, but made the days loud with paving equipment and other machinery running. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very big park. Nice wooded lots. The lot we were in #20 was near a field. Mostly dirt no grass on our lot nor any trees except near road. Lots to do at the campground. Older playground equipment and outdoor pool. Advertises a restaurant but it was empty every time we went in and just seemed like a bar. Nice boat launch and space to keep a boat and trailer. Fishing was terrible off pier. No Wi-Fi at our site. I am not sure if you were closer to the main building if you would get Wi-Fi. Not very happy about site with all dirt but it was a last minute reservation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Based on earlier reviews I wasn't sure what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised. Yes, they are making many improvements, it is a work in progress but I like seeing your camping fee being re-invested. I didn't mind the price because it was like camping in a State park with full hookups! The surroundings were beautiful. We didn't use the cable TV, but had good antenna reception. The resort is converting over to conduminium RV but they still have sites for rent, hopefully that won't change much as the sites are sold. The lake is beautiful. Cute lodge with a bar and restaurant and activities hall; a swimming pool and lots of activities for the kids. Nice camp shop. Great beach and marina. This place is huge but laid out so that the sites are very spacious, some sites are more wooded and private than others. You have a big variety of sites, from heavily wooded (wouldn't even try to pull our trailer through those loops) to a bit more open (we were in the 15-37 loop). They just put in two large big-rig pull throughs right on the water, with an amazing view. It's a bit pricey for our full hookup site but I felt it was worth it compared to other area campgrounds, what you get for the money. And very convenient to Minocqua area activities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is an older one, but they are in the process of major updates and upgrades. Converting it to a RV Resort. Staff was friendly. Lots of heavily wooded large sites. Very quiet. Saw many deer throughout the park. I have already booked another trip in July. This is in my top 5!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have camped here several times in the past at first with a 31' travel trailer and now with a 40' motorhome. The park is an old Boys Camp dating to the 40's and while some of the buildings show their age we find the it quite charming and a pleasant snapshot of what the old northwoods was like. There is a restaurant and bar overlooking the the large, beautiful Lake Tomahawk as well as a large marina with many slips for your own boat as well as a gas dock. Lake Tomahawk is part of the Minocqua chain of lakes. There is a new big rig section which was open but was still under construction we prefer the older sections which are closer to the lake. They also have a RV trailer dealership and service center. The service center has been very helpful to me in dealing with some minor problems and at no charge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The camp sites have fallen trees, uprooted stumps, and their pull thrus are partially blocked by fire rings. The roads are narrowed by tree growth and filled with pot holes. We camped here in a camper.