There are a very limited number of spaces, about eight, for bigger rigs with full hookups. These are in an open field a good distance from the water, restrooms, and the office. The remainder of the sites are suitable for tents, small travel trailers and popups. Didn't see much of the staff. The space was long (100') and adequately spaced to accommodate slides and a screen tent. It had a fire ring and picnic table, both very nice. Fair Verizon service and easy satellite access in the full hookup sites. Lots of things to do in the area. Would camp here again. We camped at Arbor Vitae Campground in a Motorhome.
Nice spaces where we stayed. There are many different locations in this campground. We were in the area with long pull throughs. The major down side was no wifi in this area of the park. Also limited OTA television channels. We camped at Arbor Vitae Campground in a Motorhome.
We had a level site with full hookups, 50 amp, in the section of the park with short-term campers. Most of the park has seasonal renters. We had good Verizon broadband, good open sky for Dish TV. Noise from landscaping company next door and the highway right behind our section was a negative. Nearby lake and a great flea market in nearby St. Germain were good. We would stay here again. We camped at Arbor Vitae Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
As previously mentioned, there are many small areas within the Park with many seasonal guests. The Park maintains boat slips on Big Arbor Vitae Lake if you are bringing one. The area that can accommodate the larger pull-through sites are at the back of the Park off Hwy 70 with the access unmarked. One turns into the drive of a local landscaping business, then hard right into the camping area. That access road is exactly 2 miles from the Hwy 51/70 intersection. There are 8 long pull-through sites (plus some additional sites which are all seasonal). All roads and sites are gravel but level. Negatives include Hwy.70 road noise, landscaping equipment starting up at 6am (prompt), no Wi-Fi on the upper portion (and uneven at the office) and no toilets in the upper section. We would stay there again largely because there aren't many long pull-through options in northern Wisconsin. We camped at Arbor Vitae Campground in a Motorhome.
We were made to feel very welcome here. The owner came out and personally took us to a big rig site. He also said for really big rigs (like ours) the Southern entrance was best. We felt like we were family rather than merely paying guests here as they did whatever they could to make our stay as pleasant as possible. The only problem is that you do need to make reservations well in advance for weekend dates, as it is a popular place. We camped at Arbor Vitae Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $29.00
Great location on Arbor Vitae lake just a few minutes from town. Has the best weekly and monthly rates in the area, but make reservations early. Walk across the road to big arbor vitae lake. Campground has private pier and benches. Small creek runs through campground. Sites at the front of the park will have lake views, but a bit tricky for the big rigs to dodge the trees. However they do have sites in the back that will fit big rigs. Also a nice camp store. Very quiet at night. We camped at Arbor Vitae Campground in a Motorhome.