6 RV Parks near Black Creek, Wisconsin
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Black Creek. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Black Creek in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $39.00
We were here before school started, so we knew it would be busy. However, we were not prepared for an "event charge" that brought our nightly rate up to $78 for one night. At the rates we paid, we did not expect to have to pay for the shower. There is a mega-dairy farm nearby so if you find the smell of manure nauseating, don't stay here. It is constant and pungent, especially on warm days. Additionally, there was a septic smell throughout the park. The campsites are less than 5' from each other, and there was heavy alcohol drinking throughout the park, with kids running wild (no supervision) all hours. Our site was on the end, and the "fire ring" was right next to the road. There is no way we could have used it without creating a safety hazard. The dumpster was overflowing the entire time. The "clubhouse" was dirty, and the bathroom wall was loose where the soap dispenser attached. Basically, it is set up to maximize their revenue, and you are just a transaction. If that's what you want, you'll be happy. We won't be back. - TexasCampers
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Apple Creek only seems to have less than 30 campsites available for casual or weekend campers. These sites are very close together and next to a VERY busy county road. Loud road noise 24/7! Dump station is very primitive compared to many others we have stayed at. Pool was heated and the grandkids loved it. Just not impressed by any of it. Many seasonal sites looked very messy! Showers cost $ and were nothing to brag about. - Bayerlake
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Friendly greeting. Nice campground with very good grounds maintenance, mowing, fire pit cleaning, etc. Laundry needs attention. 1/2 washers out of order, and the rest were not clean. We went to town for a laundromat. Restrooms need a scheduled 3 hour walk through. With the number of campers, and the pool, the conditions can degrade quickly. We will definitely return. - SusiDave
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Electric only. There are 10 sites: 2 with 50A, 8 with 30A, located behind the bingo hall/casino, parallel parked on a short road with grassy area alongside the sites. Just barely enough room for our 38' rig and car parked across the front of the rig. Well lit, patrolled often. Security officer friendly and helped a camp neighbor fix a flat on his trailer. Trash located near the sites. No reservations accepted, must park and pay inside the bingo hall/casino. I called ahead to make sure there were some spots open. Good cheap stay for small cost. Worked well for a couple nights. Located across from the airport, but we weren't bothered by the noise. - MissMyGolden
May 2013 - $15.00
They now charge $15 per night at the electrical hook up sites. It is still first come first served with check out 12 noon. Free parking still available in the parking lot. - JohnCathyR
Aug 2011 - $1.00
There are free 30 amp electric only hook-ups available on a first-come first-served basis behind the casino along the roadway. There is a nice wooded area w/picnic tables adjacent to it. Good for a one or two night stop. It is patrolled by security 24/7. We would stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Jul 2017 - $30.00
We stayed 3 nights at site 6. There is 50 and 30 amp electric and water. There is a dump station. Some sites are parallel on asphalt, and others back in to the grass. It was kind of confusing. There were large shade trees at the back-in sites on the grass. The parallel sites sit on blacktop with no shade. It is first come first serve, with no host. There are so many Canada geese, and they poop all over the boat launch, the roads to the boat launch, and the camp sites opposite the boat launch on asphalt. It is a shame the county supervisor or workers in charge do nothing about all the geese poop! It reflects poorly on the county! We camped here to be close to Lambeau Field (3 miles away), and the Oneida Casino (4 miles away). It sits next to the Fox River, and there is a plant on the river that makes noise, so we had to use our ear plugs at night to sleep. There are biking trails that are nice next to the campground, as well as a very nice beach pool and park in Ashwaubenon, just down the road! The campground is very convenient to Lambeau Field, restaurants in Green Bay, Costco, and restaurants in De Pere. We would return here if visiting Green Bay in the future. - Lindy White
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Oddly arranged camping area. A large grass area with utilities around the edge in one area. A series of utilities along a fence. And a series of utilities along a paved parking area. Total 56 labeled sites. None marked, so there was some free styling that took up more than one spot. Fairground is apparently popular with local groups for parties. Quiet time starts at 10pm. The local Green Bay police are quite willing to stop by and remind folks of that. - CharlieB
Jul 2016 - $25.00
There is a grassy area with some shade. I parked on the edge of the main road which is very wide. - mrracechaser
Jul 2010 - $38.00
Just got back from Wolf River CG and had a good time. It was nice to tube the long river trip, which has been doable for the last 4-5 years. What wasn't nice was all the flies and mosquitoes that come with the rain. We had a river front site, which allowed the girls to play right behind the camper. The site was very spongy because of the rain, but level. I would give them a 10 if they got rid of the coin showers. - Trevor01
Jul 2010 - $30.00
This is a local DESTINATION; lots of people all the time, hundreds per day to do tubing on the river. Pull through sites are not really pull through, as in you must BACK OUT of the site; you cannot pull all the way through if all spaces are taken and then only shorter unit can pull through as the land is a steep slope down. Yes, this is confusing as are the hookups; you must pull strait in so that the utilities are on the left and you then must back out. If you back in the utilities are on wrong side. Showers are somewhat clean if you use the ones AWAY from the day use area. NOTE: I have been to two hog callings and a turkey shoot and never seen COIN OPERATED SHOWERS, but that is what you have here. Dump station is hard to get to. Lots of cars parked around it as this place is full of day use people everyday. Potable water is good. - CCC
Jul 2009 - $31.00
Facilities were neat and well kept up. Bathrooms were very clean. Speed limits on the grounds were not being obeyed, even by employees. It was not uncommon to see vehicles traveling approximately 20-25 MPH past our site. Made me very uncomfortable with a three year old child. While at the playground with my child the lodge was playing uncensored rap music on the exterior speakers making us quit that activity due to the profane language. Site was overtaken during the day by day visitors for the tubing activities. - WI CAMPER
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Hi... just wanted to update to the other reviews. High Cliff finally was able to get the money to upgrade the electrical sites from 30 amp to 50 amp now. No more tripping breakers! Also the bathrooms got a good sprucing up with new paint, new flooring, better showers and fixtures and sinks. Much nicer. As good as they can get on the limited state budget. Note.. do NOT follow GPS to the park, it leads to an old entrance that has been closed for over 10 years and is not usable. Take 114 just west of Sherwood and go south on State Park Road to the park. Follow signs. We especially love this park because it is shaded and cool in the summer months. - kareninthewoods
Jun 2015 - $17.00
We stayed in site 92 while our friends camped in 90. Both are in the outer left loop. They are pretty far from the only shower room/rest rooms, but pit toilets are not far. Overflow parking is directly across the road from 92 but while we were there, we were the only ones to use it (for our toad).
Both sites are beautifully tree-filled, which is true of the entire campgrounds. Our sites were level and most others seemed level too. There are double sites for those wanting to share a site.
Being on the outer extreme of the campground, we had easy access to the walking/bike trail and rode to a lookout each night to watch the sunset. It was an easy 5 minute ride and was walkable too. The hiking trails are easily accessible too. The Lime Kiln Trail can be muddy, so wear sturdy shoes.
The campground is quiet, peaceful and clean. The bathrooms are cleaned daily between 12:30 and 2 pm and always looked neat. I would prefer each shower stall have more room to change within the stall but there is one that offers privacy if you are willing to wait for it.
Do not leave out any food or unsecured garbage as you may have raccoon visitors when the sun goes down.
We can't wait to go back! - We_love_truck_camping
Aug 2012 - $27.00
Camped at site #109. Great site, but 30 amp power kept tripping so we were forced to run extension cords into our RV using the two, 20 amp outlets. The park scenery is great, but the electrical problems (which I've written about before) continue. There's hope. High Cliff may get all its electric sites upgraded to 50 amp next year if there's enough money in the state budget. Fingers crossed. - zulu
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Beautiful county park. We stayed in lot 44 and had excellent DISH tv service. Verizon cell and internet service also excellent. Quite a few beautiful trees, though, so not all sites would have good reception. We needed 50' electrical cord and 50' water hose to reach the utilities. Site was a level asphalt pad. The boat ramp, beach, and playground looked wonderful, however we didn't use them. Due to off season, the snack bar wasn't open, but looked great. We would definitely stay here again if passing through. - Cindy Sue
Jun 2017 - $30.00
I stayed here for two nights (over the weekend) while passing through in a 27 foot motorhome with a tow car. This is a large county park and campground with lots of amenities for weekend campers. It was also wall to wall RVs, boats, trailers, cars, and people all weekend. There are no natural areas or hiking trails in the park or in the neighboring area. Only hiking trail is in town and runs next to an active railroad line. Campground has two loops -- the front loop along the lake which is grassy and open with trees and has paved pads and fairly spacious sites (many taken by seasonal campers) and the back loop which has dirt/grass sites and fills a corner near the roads. My site -- 59 -- was in the pine trees as were several other sites around me one of which a man with a fifth wheel never could fit in to. I liked my site. Very spacious and away from all the commotion although it did back up to a (little used) road. Other sites with higher numbers on the back loop are in the open and very tightly spaced. I had made an onsite reservation but my site wasn't marked reserved which was a little alarming since I arrived on a Friday. As others have noted the sites share electric poles and water spigots so you can be a LONG way away from your hookups. I was the only person in the campground with a tow car. Boating was the big draw as was the beach and the snack bar which is open till 10 pm and whose parking lot was jammed with cars and folk hanging about. No big rigs present. It worked as a place to spend a weekend while traveling but I wouldn't be back. Verizon was extended service but worked well. - SoloRed
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Great campground that provides both electric and water on majority of sites. Located on large, full wake lake with sand beach and boat landing. Has many items available to rent like paddle boats, paddle boards, tennis rackets, and games. Also has a nice playground, gaga ball, outdoor foosball and outdoor pool. Sites are large and easy to maneuver in, some even have concrete pads. Camp store has lots of the necessities and snack bar has both hot food and treats. - 5thatdrive