Cleveland Wisconsin Campgrounds
12 RV Parks near Cleveland, Wisconsin
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cleveland. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cleveland in the left hand column.
Jul 2015 - $20.00
We have been to group RV functions (120-150 motorhomes) at the Manitowoc Expo Center twice in the past 5 years. When not reserved for groups, many of the sites are available for overnight/longer stays at a reasonable price. Most are water/electric sites but there is a dump station on site. "Midway" sites on pavement may not be the most level, but there are plenty of grassy options. The first row of paved sites, near the Expo Office, has 50A wiring but I'm not sure it's available to the general public (special cords were used to connect to the panel for our club's dignitaries). Most sites are open and satellite TV should be no issue. Power was strong; even with warm weather and lots of rigs, voltage didn't drop out. There are signs indicating a local WiFi service in the buildings but we were unable to see it to connect. - RvTravelerNTechie
Jun 2017 - $65.00
This park should not be referred to as a resort. It is a campground. The roads are extremely narrow with tight turns. I would estimate that 65% of the sites are owned and the units on some of those sites are taken care of but many are in various stages of disrepair. The sewer hookups are only holding tanks. The holding tank at our site was close to full when we arrived and emitted a very fowl odor. We asked one of the maintenance workers if it could be pumped out. He told us to call the office and they would put us on the list. The following day we had to request (again) that our tank be pumped out. Finally they took care of it. Golf carts are abundant and do not observe the speed limit. The number of screaming kids was overwhelming. We were very disappointed (especially for the price) and will never return. - Sue List
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Stayed for one night with a 45 ft MH and 20 foot trailer. Office was supposed to be open until 5 on Sunday - closed at 3. Had to work with security and maintenance folks - who were very helpful. Roads are VERY twisty and narrow. LOTS of low tree limbs. I was 45 fee/MH with a 20 foot trailer that could not be disconnected nor could I back into a regular space. We were given a space in a large grass field near the office. Difficult to navigate. If it rains/has rained you will be in trouble. Could never get the bus close to level. Also turned out the they had no sewer and only 30 amp in this area. Also no cable. Eventually one of the helpful maintenance guys suggested I plug into 50 amp electrical in an unoccupied cabin nearby. Thankfully I had 50 foot extension. Forget satellite - air TV was one national channel. Leaving involved dodging more low limbs - unsuccessfully and running over a grass median with a cut down tree stump to get an angle to escape. There are a lot of permanent looking units there which are nicely kept. Nice surroundings but the area where I was given is not big rig friendly if you are unable to disconnect your trailer/car. - Zoey and Reba
Jun 2016 - $19.00
We stayed in the 50 amp, W/E overnight site with our Thousand Trails discount. The site was long an flat. Roads in the park are extremely narrow, and all one way. Uncomfortable driving through in the motor home. The park was mostly annual sites. People and staff were friendly. Facilities were clean and well maintained. Good satellite and Verizon. We would stay here again when in the area. - Deniselg53
Sep 2015 - $30.00
The water hookups in the area we were in were shared and not close to your site. We needed to purchase addition hose as it was 100' from our site to the water hookup. There is a restaurant/bar on site and the prices were very reasonable. The sites in the area were were in were very large but they offered no privacy. - F350John
Jun 2014 - $30.00
We paid for electric and water, but the spigot was not close enough for our RV hose length. No big deal, we were able to fill our tanks when we pulled in. Great campground, kid/dog friendly. Lots of mosquitoes, but that is not the campgrounds fault. We fogged our site every morning because we hate those buggers! Relaxing, beautiful time. Can't comment on the restrooms or shower; did not use. - veebs
Jun 2013 - $30.00
This park was a little difficult to find, but is very pretty setting. Lots of trees around, which makes TV reception a little iffy. For the price, I thought we should get cable TV and free internet, as well as a sewer on site. The only bathrooms within the park are pit toilets and the woman's was filthy. Hadn't been touched in a long time. Showers located at or near the restaurant, so we didn't use them at all. We are here for a wedding, so doubt we will ever be back here. If we are, I would look for a different campground. It's very pleasant and the sites are lovely, however. - mcleff
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Love this campground. We spent 6 nights there and loved it. The indoor pool is great but I couldn't get the whirlpool to operate. No big deal anyhow. The full hook ups are well placed. We were in site #21 which is the end site so we had all kinds of privacy. Being a older campground the sites are kind of close but we were able to put our awning out without any space problems. The staff we dealt with were very friendly and helpful. The Two Rivers/Manitowoc area has tons of activities and great restaurants. We definitely will go back to this facility. - jackmroz
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Price reflects Good Sam membership. We paid for 6 nights and received the 7th night free in a lake view pull thru FHU site. Gravel roads, sites and turns are very narrow but managed okay in our 43' class A. Trees and/or neighbor prohibited use of our awning. Delightful walking/biking trail across the highway along Lake Michigan. Verizon cellular was weak and calls dropped but our MiFi seemed to work fairly well. Fire ring and picnic table were located a bit close to the rig. They promptly lopped off some low tree limbs so that we could get out our slides. This was our second stay and we would stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Jul 2016 - $40.00
These RV sites are part of a small motel/RV park complex just across the highway from Lake Michigan. Most sites are pull-through with FHU and an internet system that worked for our minimal (e-mail and surfing) usage. The sites are very close together and looked level. There is no cable but most of the PT sites appear clear for satellite TV. There is an indoor pool and mini-golf course. - Jerry S
Jun 2017 - $30.00
This is one of the best camping areas. Large sites with close distance to trails and lake. Great family area. Quiet at night. Close to a city to pick up things you forgot at home. Clean bathrooms and showers. Nature center. Difficult to find a last minute spot. Plan 11 months ahead to reserve a campsite. Well worth it. - toedoc
Aug 2016 - $33.00
We stayed in this lovely State Park for three nights. They have many activities and nature walks to participate in. I went on a bird walk early the first morning here. Unfortunately we didn't see many birds but did learn a lot from the volunteer doing the walk. We only had electric at our site and it's a bit misleading when you pay for your site, as you also need to pay $11.00 a day for a park pass. The beaches are clean and lots of picnic tables and benches to sit on. I also had lots of great roads to ride my bike and hikes to do with my dog. Definitely recommend this lovely surprise!! - Barb Stout
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is the camping area that we come back to every year. Mature trees and great hiking paths. You can walk through forest or sand dunes. A nice beach area . It also has a nature center. Easy drive to a very nice city where you can find anything that you would need. - toedoc
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Older RV park/ marina. Many seasonal. Some RVs are not in the best shape. Who cares? Not us! We were in site 89 and had an incredible view of the river and Lake Michigan. Staff very helpful. People in park friendly - Skipp
Jun 2017 - $30.00
The campground is part of a marina complex and is surrounded on 2 sides by rivers and on one side by Lake Michigan. Many of the sites are semi permanent or seasonal. We have camped her 3 times while visiting family in the area. Each time we were in a level grass site down near the lake. Beautiful views. Decent WiFi. - Donauw
Aug 2011 - $29.00
This marina based RV park is right on the entrance to the harbor and a breeze is always present. It is walking distance to town (a plus for me)and the bathrooms/showers are kept clean. The management is pleasant and helpful and I stayed a whole week! I would definitely return. - rst6
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Run down RV park/Marina in a run down town. $5 extra charge/night for 'utility fee.' FHU. This place was attractive because of the Passport America price with weekend availability. Unfortunately, the website nor the PA site mentioned the extra $5/night 'utility fee,' so $15/night turned into $20/night, which is still cheaper than full price, but you've been warned. I believe all sites are FHU. This is a very small location amidst a residential block. The RV sites (all back-in) surround a small gravel lot, there is a large building that may have been a restaurant/bar, which is now the owner's office, and then there is a rickety dock with about 30 boat slips sitting on the river. Nothing else of note on premises. We were able to stream Netflix on the wifi. - Unknown_Normal
Jul 2017 - $21.00
This park is up for sale. We were greeted by the owner. A very nice lady who recently lost her husband. It is obvious that her heart is not into managing the facility any longer. The marina area has deteriorated (only two boats were docked). The rest is basic but serviceable. The sewer connections are at the back of the site and required two hoses to make the connections. The 30 amp service was only 113 volts. The sites are a little tight but adequate. The restrooms are clean. Not a bad value. Good over the air TV. Good Direct TV from our site but some could have problems. Verizon was borderline 4g. - BobWW
Sep 2015 - $21.00
Cash only. Everything the previous review contains is still accurate. Friendly owner. Sites will feel tight if park is full. There are a couple of older permanent RV's on the premises but out of the way. Sunsets were nice on the dockside sites. Enjoy. - Craig H
Oct 2017 - $35.00
We stayed at this park for a month. Great park with good wifi and TV. Park has wide smooth gravel or chat roads and sites. Beautiful trees surround the park and provide shade. Walking trails lead from the park to the shoreline of Lake Michigan. They have a great recreational or meeting room with a covered patio and large screen TV. Not all sites are full hookup so call ahead. Sites are wide with lots of room from you neighbor.. Very close to town and shopping. Nice restaurant and bar next to park. Managers/owners are great people. They are friendly and willing to help with any problem. This park is well maintained. - Mike Mac
Aug 2017 - $23.00
Pretty park convenient to state parks. Easy to find and easy in and out. Owners are very nice and park in nicely maintained. We found it a great location for visiting the small towns in this part of Wisconsin, even for day trips to Sturgeon Bay and Green Bay. Would stay again. - JudynJoe
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We spent a week at Scheffel's Hideaway in a 40-foot motorhome. The site was wide and reasonably level with 50-amp full hookup. The two negatives were weak wifi and hard water. The park is adjacent to a state park and there is a terrific hiking/biking trail called the Rawley Point Trail immediately accessible from the campground. The showers and restrooms were immaculate. There is a restaurant (closed on Monday and Tuesday) immediately adjacent to the campground. - seeyajohn
Jul 2011 - $30.00
First, I did NOT camp at this campground. I live nearby and made a short visit to see if I wanted to camp there. So the only thing I can speak of is access to this park. Access is not good for a large RV. The road into the campground is steep, fairly narrow, and eroded to the point that there are large ruts. I would be afraid of bottoming out. However, to be fair, I saw one Class A that had successfully made the trip into the campsite. - zulu
Jul 2008 - $30.00
Very pretty area, river area is beautiful. Some of the sites around the pool are quite open without much shade. Pool was packed with kids. Definitely a family friendly place. Those who want a more child free quiet retreat may want to look elsewhere or at least avoiding setting up near pool area. - m3s
Jul 2007 - $24.00
We have camped at this campground several times, always just overnight. In the peak summer months, the campground is full, and it appears that the campground has plenty of regular campers, perhaps many for the entire camping season. The campground is located atop a very steep hill with gravel road access, which can at times be problematic. The traffic is one-way and meeting a vehicle coming down while you are going up is a scary experience, especially when you are tugging a 30 foot trailer behind you! Since the park is full most weekends, the rest rooms and showers are used constantly, and there are plenty of children of all ages running around. This is definitely a family oriented campground, so if you are old and stodgy, this isn't for you! The facilities weren't so much dirty as they were overly used and not attended to. The rest rooms and showers are something out of the 1950's vintage, so don't expect modern. The actual RV and tent sites are carved into the contour of the top of this bluff aka hill or mountain. Some of the sites are very spacious and heavily wooded. The campers all seemed to be having a good time and outdoor cooking was predominant with people sitting around open pit fires. The office is located at the bottom of the campground. Visa and Mastercard accepted, but not Discover. Recommend calling ahead for a reservation. - pscottn
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Good clean place. Excellent little boy in the site next to us. We had a great time. The pool was clean and inside the lake was good for boating, fishing. We just a good time, we will be back. - danny e boy
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Driveway in has you wondering where you will end up; road looks as though it washes out occasionally. There were two nights of heavy rain and grass sites were soft and became muddy. Electric dropped to below 110 volts, which is not good for onboard electrical/electronics.
Campground is remote and quiet. But also lies low. Our site happened to be in a low area of the campground. Marsh was across the road. Believe it or not, there were NO mosquitoes, which was great! - be rob
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Lowest campground power I have ever seen!
Voltage dropped from 122 volts to 98 volts when I turned on the air conditioner! Fortunately, it was cool enough in the evening that we didn't need it.
Interior roads a mess! Lumpy and bumpy, full of mud holes.
Our friends in a 5th wheel had to put their truck in 4-wheel drive to get in and out of their site. I understand the campground can't stop the rain, but they can put gravel down!
Looked like a junkyard as we entered with derelict campers and unidentifiable machinery.
This campground appears to cater to locals who want to get away for the weekend.
Sorry, just can't agree with previous reviews. I would have rated it a bit higher had the electrical been up to par, but not by much.
When I spoke to the campground about the power situation, I was told that when it rains, the power is bad. Obviously, they know there is a problem but have not addressed the issue. Maybe it was just my site, I don't know.
Our site was barely long enough for our 28 foot TT. We had to park our tow at an unused site nearby. - thetravelkids