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15 RV Parks near Capron, Illinois
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Capron. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Capron in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $30.00
This campground is fairly quiet, located near Lake Geneva, making it a great place to stay if you plan on checking out the local shops and restaurants. The "beach" part of the park is a good distance from the camp sites, about 1 1/2 miles. The beach is also very small, and about 10 people can make it feel very crowded. The campsites themselves are nice, but in need of a little TLC. Our fire pit looked like it had seen its best days about 20 years ago and I am not sure I would want to actually cook anything on the grate. Other than that the trees were cleared back from the spots and most of the sites weren't too bad for leveling. There are some sites where leveling could be a challenge. We didn't have any trouble in our 24' motorhome, but larger trailers and motorhomes might have some trouble getting into a few of the sites as the roads are narrow and some of the sites are also fairly narrow. Only about half of the sites have electrical hook ups.The only water I saw was at the bathrooms or near the camp host sites. The center of the campground has a nice shower house that is clean and well kept. The water is on a timer so you have to keep pressing the button, but it is free to use, so no big deal there. - Bogie71
Aug 2017 - $33.00
While the staff was friendly and showers and bathrooms were clean, the campground itself is very tight. We have a 27' TT and it was very tight navigating the turns. There was another fender bender when we were there, its very tight, while some of the lots are very deep they are very narrow and hard to back into. I did not see any water hook ups, our site did have electric but not all of them do. There were a lot of tent campers which this park I think is designed for. The playground is a pretty good walk but is very nice. There is a beach but I would be very leery about taking kids as it is right on a main road through town. - thegermans
Jun 2016 - $57.00
We were SUPER frustrated with this place most of the time we were there. There ARE some good things about this place, so I'll start with those. Most of the sites are HUGE, like CRAZY huge which is great. Most of them are also heavily wooded which makes them nice and private, which is also good. Proximity to the beach is great, for the most part. It's a pretty solid hike from the campground to the beach. Took me about 15-20 minutes at a normal pace. So, that's about the extent of the good. On to the bad: The woman who checked us in was awful. One of these "all about barking out the rules, even though you didn't ask or have any intention of violating any of them" kind of people. ZERO personality. There was a guy there who was much nicer and seemed to be sympathetic to the treatment I was getting but seemed powerless to make corrections even though he was the one carrying the gun. :) The roads are paved but REALLY tight. I have a 35 foot RV and I'm REALLY glad we didn't tow the car this time. It was like a slalom course trying not to scrape trees on the road side (trade off for the nice wooded sites I know, but just say'n). I felt like I was trail blazing also with all the branches and limbs smacking my RV the whole way in and out. Only SOME sites have power, and are completely random as to which ones they are, so pay CLOSE attention when you book if you need that. The entire situation seems like its setup to discourage trailers/RVs (based on our experience and watching someone try to back in a 35 foot trailer - whew... I wanted to give that guy a beer when he finally got it parked, but alcohol isn't allowed in the park, so a thumbs-up sufficed). Although getting into many of the sites is REALLY hard, the sites themselves are HUGE. The showers are only open from 7am to 11pm which is frustrating, especially in the morning. So forget the early bird showers to beat the rush. Fire pits are rusted out and bent up but sufficient. That's all I got. - Brian Holmes
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Inconvenient to get to the way the exits are (aren't) off the freeway. Park itself located off mostly residential streets with a steep paved drive into the park. However the park is very scenic, has a very nice tv/socializing room. A lot of permanents, some vacant, but all seemed to be neat even if real old. Not a lot of room to maneuver, but enough. Sit was pretty level gravel, utilities all right. We would stay here again. - Bossgreen
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Overnight stay. Site was not level for our 25 foot motorhome. Few trees in our spot. Others w more permanent looking rigs, had mature trees & were lovely sites. Overall very well keep. Lots of space to run & activities for kids.
FYI, we had no tow vehicle. Nice place to visit. Would choose a different site next time. Maybe #51 or 52-end sites by the river. - Debra Zillmer
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This is the second year we've stayed here for an overnight stay on our way out east. This is a very nice, very well maintained, quiet campground. They have quite a few turkeys that wander around here too. - Juniper94
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This is a campground that used to only be open for their annual fair over Labor Day weekend and is now open to the public. Wooded sites and located close to a lot of recreation. - Elkhorn Camptrounds
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Beautiful setting, friendly staff, conveniently located to all of the go-to spots near & around Walworth County, close drive from Chicago, Milwaukee & Madison, the Elkhorn Campgrounds at the Walworth County Fairgrounds is a must-experience! - Zinnia14
Jun 2016 - $45.00
This is a nice campground if you are looking to be in the area. The bathrooms are not fancy but clean. The campground is mostly permanent sites. The sites are kept clean and taken care of. The onsite restaurant/bar is fun and has great food. - Rmeyer
Aug 2013 - $40.00
A very nice place to camp. Sites are tiered, with tents on top and the rest for RV's with the bottom tier that gets you a boat slip. Not too much of a beach, but good fishing! Great restaurant on site if you don't want too cook. Firewood is a good price too. The staff is all super nice and we met great people. Views are good, depending on the site. We will definitely be back! - MrsJ
Jul 2010 - $45.00
The brochure shows a very soothing, picturesque place to camp along with poetic descriptions. Wow: the brochure was very deceiving! What a dump! It was more like a trailer trash parking lot. Any view of the lake was blocked by trees or ugly permanent trailers. Even the map on the brochure was deceptive: driving west from '67' we took the left on 'P' from 'A' only to drive for 30 minutes in a big circle realizing the signs were posted further west on 'A'. Then there was the added fees and odd rules. Can't walk pets, keep noise to your site (hard to do when the sites were only 12x18), anything above a whisper gets you kicked out with no refund of course. Don't waste your precious vacation time and money on this dump. Don't believe their brochure. - amhu33
Aug 2011 - $13.00
Rate is based on a one month stay plus weekly pump outs in a transient pull-through site. On the PLUS side: long pull through sites that handle unit and additional vehicle. Beautiful trees and grass with regular mowing. Very responsive owners via cell phone (office is open regularly only on Fri, Sat. & Sun). Very family oriented with activities, small sand beach, playground. Keeps good rules on controlling noise. Well water was good quality. On the MINUS side: very steep winding road that at places won't allow two passing vehicles. Tricky for big RVs and the faint hearten. Much of old asphalt road is pot holes and ruts and poorly marked big speed bumps. The top of the ridge is the pull throughs in the middle of an oval gravel road. Constant golf cart and vehicle traffic with huge billows of dust clouds. Washed our truck one day and filthy an hour later. Several episodes of low voltage and one power outage. Only two shower houses at the top of the ridge and quite distant and at the bottom at the office. Porta-Johns for the rest of the area. Weekdays nice and peaceful, weekends a zoo with massive tent groups and barking dogs. Boat launch is rugged with no readily accessible dock to the launch area. All-in-all a very nice stay but a campground best suited for seasonal and tent camping. Price is right. - boat18
Aug 2008 - $35.00
Site was good size with trees on one side. (Pull through sites is not by trees). Sites are not level. Dump station is hard to get to-you need to back into it and there is no place to line up. Roads are very dusty with a lot of golf-cart traffic. Owners are very accommodating and service oriented. There are weekend-planned activities. Good place for kids. - H & E