6 Parks near Antigo, Wisconsin
May 2016 - $20.00
Nice little campground. All sites blacktop and level. Several new sites were being constructed. We were only here one night and were the only ones there at the time. Close to walking trails, with a factory across the street but it was quiet at night. Clean restrooms and showers. Free firewood available! We would stay again when passing through. - N8MD
May 2016 - $20.00
This RV park appears to be a smallish, blacktop parking lot with hookups. No privacy, and nothing attractive. A baseball field behind it, and a factory directly across the street. It is convenient to town, and if I had relatives or business to conduct in Antigo, this park would come in handy for an overnight stay. Since we were vacationing and wanted something nicer, we didn't stay. - Organic1
Jul 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here almost 2 weeks while visiting the general area. This is a great little city campground, convenient to walking/biking trails and is clean and well-maintained. The city staff is very accommodating and helpful if you need anything. Reservations can now be made through the city's web site. The free wifi was quite reliable. Restaurants and a grocery store are within walking distance. A Walmart and Menard's are also within a couple miles. Full hookup campgrounds seem to be in short supply in this area of Wisconsin, so we consider it to be a great find if you are in the area. Campground drive and sites are all paved and very level. Electrical hookup is at the middle of the, so be sure to park so that your electric cord will reach. Some sites have fire rings. - Edistobob
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Beautiful heavily-wooded park in the WI north woods, located on Jack lake, about 12 miles north of Antigo. Access roads are paved. Very curvy and somewhat difficult to maneuver into sites with a large rig. Jack lake allows only electric trolling motors, so it's very quiet. Great fishing. Camping is 1st come/1st serve. Pets are welcome in the campground, but not in the adjoining park. New bath/shower house with pay showers. Electric only RV sites. Water is available at entry, as is sewer dump, which costs $5.00 for registered guests. Many miles of hiking/biking trails, which joint up to WI Ice Age Trail. Firewood, ice, bait sales, boat rentals, beach, playground, volleyball/basketball courts. Verizon works fairly well here, even in the woods. Overall, an excellent county park. - dennmattgano
Jul 2010 - $25.00
A good portion of the water and electric sites are permanent sites. So definitely call ahead and make reservations for water and electric sites. Most of those sites are not level, so bring plenty of leveling boards. There is a LOT of room there for tent camping and primitive RV camping. They do have a dump station. They have two lakes on the property. The owners are very kind and very accommodating. This is my 5th year there for the summer Twister motorcycle event. I will be back again next year! - thetonz
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The bad: No pool, no playground, no showers, no dog walk, no wifi, and no additional facilities at all.
The good: A nice clean and well-maintained park with 57 sites half of which are pull through with plenty of space. As the sites are back to back: sharing power poles, water, and sewer hookups, the back yard is adjacent to the RV next door and very small. However, the front yard is spacious with fire pits and tables. Every site is within a short walk of the casino, and the trip back is even easier as you'll be lighter. You will receive a $10 free play card at the casino and an additional $10 if you are a new member in their "club." The cafe and restaurant and cafe are reasonable prices and the food fair. If that will not do for you, bring food as directions to the park are: go to the middle of nowhere, turn left (or right) and continue a goodly distance. There are a convenience store and gas station out front, and the gas pumps have plenty of clearance for a 13 foot high RV. There are porta potties throughout the campground and real bathrooms in the casino if you can make it that far. There is also free wifi in the casino. I also heard rumor of a golf course nearby. I didn't investigate that as I hire kids to put my balls in the hole when I play golf.
I don't think that tent camping is allowed. If desired you should call.
My wife and I think it's a good value as we never use the pool, volleyball nets, horseshoes, etc. The park is quiet, clean, and pretty with woods for the cat to hunt in. That saves money on cat food. We would not hesitate to stay there again.
And, they take reservations though they were not necessary when we were here. - The Penguin
Sep 2013 - $25.00
Stayed here a couple of years ago: no changes or improvements in the RV park. Seems not to be a priority with casino management. Sites are side by side and not level (pull through sites) and are either gravel or gravel. No showers, restrooms or WiFi available in thenRV park. On the plus side, this park is very quiet, however a little out of the way. Will stay only when passing through if in the area. - SWAMP
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Very nice campground on the grounds of a casino in the middle of nowhere . Spaces are narrow, and hookups are side-by-side. You get a card pre-loaded with $10 for slots play just for staying there. If you sign up for their Star Card, you get another $10. Both my husband and I signed up, so altogether we got $30 free play. I won $19 on the slots without putting any of my money in. So we got our campsite almost free. I looked at their menus. Their prices are very reasonable, unlike the casinos in Atlantic City. Don't follow Google directions. Follow the signs for the casino. They'll lead you right in there. - mrpeepers