Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $34.00
The owner & staff have been very nice from my first phone call to check in, to various other questions. It's after Labor Day so it is pretty empty here. They have a nice pool & playground. No much in the way of trees, but very quiet. It's not on the busy side of the Peninsula, but it's quick to get there (about 15 min). The campground could use a little TLC, a fair amount of weeds, but the price was right, it's clean & quiet. The sites aren't huge, but you have plenty of room & there's lots of grass. Most of the sites are gravel & fairly level, but I would definitely bring pads for under the jacks. There is also some grass parking. I looked in the laundry room. It was clean, it had maybe 5 or 6 washers & dryers & the prices were reasonable. Used the restroom once, it was very clean. Overall the wifi has been good. There have been a few slow times, but better than a lot of places we've been. I'd come back if we were in the area. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $30.00
At our site water and sewer connections were so close it was difficult for hookups. The site was a very long level gravel pull-thru. We were given our choice of 2 spots at check-in. We were not given anything except a receipt and the Wi-Fi password when we checked in. The laundry had 4 washers but 1 was out of order and 4 dryers. The room was filthy with torn tissues and papers covering the floor plus a large trash can that was almost full indicating with as few RVs that were there that it had not been emptied in quite a while. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $38.00
This campground seems relatively new and is still being developed. It has a very clean pool area and playground equipment was added while we were there. Laundry was very clean; restrooms were clean and were serviced daily. Others have mentioned the excellent wifi, but we found it to bog down significantly during periods of heavy use and the signal was a bit weak in our section of the campground; nevertheless, it was usable. Don't come here expecting much shade; that can be a plus or a minus depending upon your needs. But a lot of the trees are young, and shade will be increasing with time. Currently, satellite access is excellent. My biggest negative for the park was that the sewer connection was about a foot above ground level; our wastewater discharge is already somewhat low, so it was necessary to "walk" the hose in order to empty the tanks. If that is important to you, be sure to check that out before you accept a particular site; some of the connections were lower. And don't overlook the "every 5th night free" feature; that does make the campground's rate more reasonable. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
We stayed here after Labor Day. Seemed to be a number of seasonal permanent people, but didn't bother us. It's the other side of the Peninsula, meaning less hectic and more quiet--we preferred that. You are only minutes away from villages and activity. I agree with some previous notes. They could put a little elbow grease and spiff it up a bit. Gravel roads/parking throughout the park, a little dusty at times. Each spot had a table and fire-ring provided. Wi-Fi was EXCELLENT! Pool closed when we were there, didn't use the shower/or baths so can't comment on that. Quiet and dark at night - a little ways out of the actual town. I would stay here again, after looking at some of the other RV parks. With all the "trees/branches" and size of our rig, this worked the best. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
We found this park after staying at another campground further south. This park is well maintained, has a beautiful heated pool and the best WIFI connectivity we have ever had! We sometimes work and need reliable access to the internet. This campgrounds will impress you with the internet speed! There's a play area for kids as well. If you are exploring Door County and want a clean, well connected location at a great price, this is the place. Highly recommended! We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $25.00
I would agree with past posts. Great Wi-Fi and wide open for satellites. The pool is very nice as is the patio, lots of good chairs. Very clean. The negatives would be no views of any kind. The road is unpaved and a bit dusty. The grounds could be spruced up a bit. However, great location, we preferred it to the other side of the peninsula. Only a 10 minute drive across to Egg Harbor. We stayed here for a week. Would return. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
Great camp ground, pool like brand new. Owner is very friendly and lives on location and helps with everything. He was fun to talk with. Beantown has very good internet, easy to get satellite signal, bicycling distance to the city (Baileys Harbor), shop that sells small things and a small bar with bar food on location. Easy to park, clean rest rooms and laundry. The ONLY negative we found out is the sign is off the road and easy to miss - address in our Garmin GPS is a quarter mile north of the actual entrance. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We needed a place to get satellite access, and this campground seemed like the only choice. Our first site (#13) was nice in that we didn't share utilities with another unit, so we had a grassy space on the driver's side. And the shared grassy patio area on the passenger side was large enough for two RVs, with nice considerate people in the next site. We had to move for our last 3 nights because of a rally coming in. This site (#7) was a whole different situation. The patio-sharer had taken over the entire grassy area and did not share! And the utility sharer parked very close to us, so we felt squeezed! We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
Not a bad campground but nothing to make it outstanding. It was a convenient place to stay while exploring Door County. Wi-Fi was very good and cable TV was OK. Lack of trees made satellite reception great. Small laundry (3 w/d) open all the time. Sites were either fine gravel or grass. Looks like some work was done to level up the most sloped sites. Not many activities at the campground as we were there early in the season. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $1.00
No idea about price as it was included in rally fee. Good stuff is nice pool and minimal trees to block satellite dish. A big rig will be able to move around easily. The entrance looks bad but I and others did not scrape bottom as we came in. But the sites can be very, very off level. It is an old park trying to get fixed up but it has a ways to go. Depending on what site I got I might come back. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a great central location for seeing all points in Door County. Bailey's Harbor is a fine little town with good eats, excellent hardware store, beautiful parks and superior lakefront views. The campground has regraded pull-thru sites with nice level gravel. Very nice new pool. And trees have been planted for future shade. Cable TV was good but only a few channels. Wi-Fi was very good. Much green grass on either side of pull-thrus, but the setup puts 2 pull-thrus side by side with common electric/cable post in the middle. My slides went beyond the post and there is no way another motorhome could fit side by side with me with the narrowness of the slots. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $35.00
This is a nice clean campground that has an 8 station cable TV system and a very good WiFi system. Restrooms are clean. Interior roads are caliche and sites are mainly grass. When it rains there are pretty large puddles so make sure you park in a site that appears high and dry. Its a central location to explore the Door County peninsula. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Good grassy, level sites with shared hookups. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Gravel roads. We were here early in the season and the park was nearly empty. They also have a few cabins and trailers for rent. The cabins are very nice inside. They take Passport America for the first night, we stayed for a week at a weekly rate. We would stay here again. We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.
wifi does not work cable just local network channels. Dogs run loose all over campground by a long term owner, also dog crap all over. This place should be good but is terrible We camped at Beantown Campground in a Motorhome.