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8 RV Parks near Arpin, Wisconsin
Jul 2017 - $23.00
Your GPS does not find North Wood County Park as it goes by North Wood in most map software. I will never get everything I want to say in under 2000 characters so trust me I have more to say. The campground is located along Lake Kaunewinne and Lake Manakiki. It has both electric but not all sites with electric have all the hookups so be sure to select one that works for you. We had site 37 which was very large and dry. We noticed a lot of sites had standing water on them but ours did not. It has a beach area that was murky but we still went for a swim. To get to the beach area you do cross a 250 ft suspension bridge, which was fun. They have wood for sale on site, which was good wood for $6. Every day the sheriff department came through the park. First they drove it and then they walked the park. On Saturday when they walked the park they did an awesome job interacting with kids. They challenged one of the kids near us to a round of bean bag toss, when they walked past our son they offered him a beach ball with their number on it. I was impressed and it seemed like the officers enjoyed it as well. The bathrooms were clean for the most part though the one stall in the men's room always seemed to be clogged. The entire park is huge, as further from the campground you will find two sand volleyball courts, some walking trails, two dams, a ball field and an 18 hole disc golf course as well as a baseball back stop. Our site had some good shade coverage though some of the sites are fairly in the open. Overall it was a great weekend and we enjoyed some quality peace and quiet. - Schultefam
Sep 2012 - $24.00
Sites were grassy with just a few 50 amp sites. Sites were designed with horse trailers in mind. Lots of activity the weekend we were there. Price was for more than 30 amp power. Need good pads to keep from sinking into the ground. Most sites not very level front to back. - jmlsrpc
Aug 2012 - $19.00
The park is close to town. The sites with shade are very uneven and just soft grass. I had to re-level the trailer due to sinking stabilizers. Showers were available, but there was no hot water after the first day. Even though it was close to town, probably would not stay here again. - ETX
May 2012 - $19.00
We needed an overnight spot and were pleased to find this easily located fairground in Marshfield with water & electric & an inexpensive pull thru site on grass (but level enough that we didn't have to use jacks). Although under a large tree we still were able to use get TV reception via satellite and local antenna. We also saw non-grassy, non-treed sites on gravel and along the sides of fairgrounds roads. There was a large sign upon entry with fee and other campground info. We didn't use the toilets or showers, and arrived after the office closed. We didn't see a registration form anywhere, so just put cash into an envelope, with our info, and put it into the office door slot. The next morning was the beginning of Dairyfest, with a huge Mayor's Breakfast for the community held there. What a treat! Along with live music and giveaways, $5 bought us scrambled eggs, muffins, cereal, milk, cheese, coffee (and free ceramic cup), juice AND YES, ice cream with strawberry preserves. Later we visited Clyde Wynia's Jurassic Park metal sculpture gardens--a free MUST SEE destination for all! - KUhoopsNut
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Nice park, lots of trees. Not big rig friendly. Narrow Roads, low hanging limbs, trees close to roads, tight turns. I have a 38' fifth wheel and according to the website information it seems big rig friendly. I even called the office to make sure but the woman on the phone looked online and told me what I already knew. She apparently had never been out to the park. I found out it was not big rig friendly. Sites are big enough IF you can get in them. I would not return. To bad, it's a nice park on a nice lake at a good price. They have a 2 night minimum stay. Would have rated it higher if it were big rig accessible. Make sure to take on water at the "A frame", it's at the dump station a few miles before the campground. No spigots in the campground so you have to go all the way back to the dump station. - Coley
Jun 2018 - $21.00
This was our second stay and this time we made a last-minute booking. Love this park. Convenient for visiting family in Nekoosa. We had a great site and a very nice stay. We will be back! - vlunceford
Jun 2018 - $21.00
This is a great park! Level, roomy, grassy, quiet, beautiful. Yes there are quite a few seasonal/fill timers but there sites are nicely maintained and actually look inviting. The lady in the office was so very nice! We Were here during the week. So very peaceful and restful! But louts to do...volleyball, horseshoes, mini golf, pool andmore. Check thewebsite for list of events. - Dawn and Ron
Aug 2016 - $19.00
Property is well maintained and while, yes, there are some sites with no shade, many do. And, yes, there are many full time permanent sites, they all appear to be very nice with patios and plans. Is it your fancy full of activities campground, no, but if you want a nice pool area and easy access to sights and want to enjoy the peace of it all .... it can be had here at Deer Trail Park. - SerenityElaine
Aug 2018 - $46.00
Old park that needs a lot of attention. Sites are small, tight and not level. Roads and sites are mostly dirt - dusty when dry and muddy when wet. Our site had the sewer drainage going up hill. Mostly full time residents. Not worth the cost. - 69 scotty
Jun 2018 - $41.00
Reservations were confirmed that our 30' travel trailer would fit no problem. Had to shuffle with two other campers to accommodate us. Absolutely no help from staff as they watched us try to move into sites. Then was told you are parked wrong after we set up. Has a boat landing but no trailer parking, boat can only tie up for 15 min. Or purchase $20 daily slip. No overflow parking for guests. You are required to purchase a site for parking your cars. Staff watches you very close and lets you know about every picky thing. The lady at the store/owner is extremely rude and obnoxious. They will not listen to you on complaints...Only that's how it is. Website is very deceiving. Should have listened to reviews online but love the area. Never to return, social media is your friend. - maddydog
Sep 2017 - $38.00
In our cross-country travels, this is the worse park we have stayed in. Do yourself a favor and stay away. When we made reservations, we were assured that our 42' rig and tow would fit easily. We asked about trees and were told "no problem". It was very difficult to get to the assigned space without damaging the coach. It required some "off roading" through other spaces in order to avoid low branches. No help from staff. Couldn't connect to water because it was very rusty water and the spigot was in bad shape. No sewer hookup. Spaces are small and the park is unkempt. Park is filled with trailers and 5th wheels that are junky and look abandoned. The woman in the office was unhelpful and somewhat rude. - Tmm1A
Oct 2015 - $39.00
Wow $39 bucks for electric and water was hard for me to believe.
They don't even have a sewer hook up, cable or WiFi. It has easy access to I-39 and also that is all you can hear here.But I need a place to sleep over for one night and this area north is void of good RV parks.
The lady working in the store is very nice park seems well keep. The back part a long Wisconsin River is for people staying here full time if your passing thru you get to look a I-39. It is on the Wisconsin River. Has lots of stuff you can rent daily.
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If we was passing this way again and needed a place to stop for a night it easy to get here. Just don't pay attention to your GPS after getting off interstate. - JustDon
Oct 2014 - $27.00
We got the winter rate for our stay. There are a lot of "permanent" campers/residents in the park. One small permanent camper was being relocated to the spot right next to us that is a long pull through spot! Since there is no sewer hook-ups at the sites, the permanent residents have tanks under their campers for sewage collection. This wasn't especially appealing! Overall the campground was good, a nice restaurant within walking distance too so we didn't have to disconnect. We would stay again but request a site down from the permanent camper! - Foxes
Aug 2014 - $37.00
Overall, good campground. The spots that were open were in open field with little to no shade. Water pressure was good, power consistent. Easy in out with pull thru sites. Don't expect to get a riverside site. Filled with seasonal campers. Lots for kids to do with peddle bikes and carts, jump pillow and swim pool. Bath house was clean but a little worn with paint peeling off. Didn't use the shower. Staff was friendly but not real knowledgable. No sewer hookups but they will send a honey Wagon by for $6 to pump you out. Their is a bar and grill on the north end of the campground but we did not stop at but we heard the food was good. A little road noise from the nearby freeway, and the campground is a bit of a challenge to get to via frontage roads. - JaycoJoanRick
May 2014 - $35.00
This park consists of primarily permanent sites, but has about 20 sites open for nightly use. It does not have a full-time staffed office, so the owners must be contacted by phone for check-in. There is no dump station and no sewer hookups, but staff will pump out holding tanks for a $10 fee. The owners were very friendly and helpful, as were many of the permanent residents. We would return if there was a need to stay close to Plover, WI. - mdtandem
Aug 2008 - $16.00
This is an unusually messy park. We had to search to find someone to check us in. We finally found someone in the attached bar. This is a very dirty park. It is like a bad State park gone really bad. We will never stay here again. - Shadoe
Jul 2007 - $27.00
This place has all the amenities, but is in a generally run down condition. Roadways were poorly maintained with many bumps and potholes. It was a weekend and vehicles were everywhere, making it difficult to traverse to/from our site. Rest rooms and laundry facilities were dirty and in poor shape. Hookups were not well marked and disorganized and we found that we were overlapping other peoples' cables and hoses to get to one that was accessible. We never did find a sewer hookup. We had problems with consistent power output. - Sunny5