9 Parks near De Pere, Wisconsin
Oct 2016 - $34.00
Large park, mostly wooded. Reservations needed in season and in the fall check the Packer home schedule as its packed on those weekends. - ldukeb
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Very nice campground. Right off I-41 at exit 154. Very wooded was not able to get a satellite signal. Excellent Wifi, the best I have ever had in over 7 years of traveling around the country. The only negative is there are no sewers at the sites, plan ahead and stop at the dump station if necessary. - Bill1114
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Most sites only had electric and water.
Passbook America is only good M to F. I'm certain the nearness to Green Bay accounts for the daily rate.
Dust and pig manure prevalent. Turns to mud when it rains.
The only grass I saw was on and around sites, so your dogs are pooping on someone else's site. - DJanis
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
Sep 2012 - $25.00
$25/night with water and 50 amp electric. (I didn’t look to see if they had anything else except 50 amp service.) Cash or WI check ONLY. Camping is confusing. Map at self-registration station shows what sites are electric and which are electric & water. Hook-ups are on the grass next to the road. Some people parallel park on the road and hook-up under the rig or drive onto the grass with the tail facing the road other stay on the road and back up to the hook-ups. The park attendance put trash cans out near us the day we left. The bathhouse was clean, but you can only use the showers from 9 PM to 9 AM, the rest of the time they are locked. We were lucky we had one of the 5 tables in the park. There is a lot of construction that you can hear around the clock. The grass and the open areas of the park are nice, BUT there are goose droppings everywhere: on the walks, boat ramp and docks and all over the grass. You or the dogs can’t walk anywhere with getting into it: what a mess ! We will look for another place to stay next time we are in the area. - Grayhound
Aug 2011 - $25.00
This is a neat little short term stay location. It was very quiet and not very busy. Our MH was located on asphalt at the furthest end of the camping area overlooking the boat launch. We were able to watch a lot of local geese wander the nearby soccer fields. We also got to see a pair of local eagles that nest in the area. The only real downside was the dump station that was located on an incline from where you stop your RV. All-in-all, we enjoyed our stay here while visiting the Packer Facilities and wandering through all the shops in nearby Door County. - GerMarV
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
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
Aug 2009 - $1.00
This is a free parking area at the Oneida Casino. It is located on the street behind the Bingo Hall. Sites are paved, long, parallel, level spaces along the side of the street. There is 30 amp electricity and a grassy area with picnic tables. There are also trash containers. Security patrols the street frequently. There are no other amenities. There is no host, water, sewer, dump, restrooms or showers. The sites are large enough for big rigs. Just drive in and park in an available space. First come, first served. - Travelin Rose
Aug 2011 - $25.00
We took a gamble on this campground since it was close to Green Bay but it turns our it was a bad decision. The site we had was plenty long enough for our rig and it was nicely shaded but that pretty well covers the good. The bathrooms were quite possibly the worst that I have ever seen. We immediately decided to not use them. There was nothing to entertain ourselves with except the owner's dog. On the plus side, the dog did not bite. We would not return. - Meyer Camping
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
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Lovely, serene setting with mostly level sites, but an older campground created when RVs were much smaller. Not "big rig" friendly at all. Roads are narrow with lots of overhanging branches that make navigation in a large RV very difficult. No sewer or 50 amp service. Not all sites have even 30 amp service. Summer weekends are Very busy. Checkout time is 3:00. If you have a big rig, you might as well wait til Sunday at 3:00 to come in to find one of a few spots that you can navigate to and use.
Sadly, they do not take reservations. Weekends fill up fast. Campground choices near Green Bay are extremely limited, so we have camped there due to no better choice. - jpainter01
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Plenty of hiking trails and several ways to get down to the beach on Green Bay. We got the bikes down and headed down the paved trail to find it joins with paved county roads. Great place to visit Green Bay from and not far from the Shrine of Good Help which is a truly spiritual experience. Contrary to previous posters had no problem with 30 ft RV with a tow vehicle and big turning radius. - stetwood
Sep 2011 - $25.00
Concrete pads for RVs, separate tent area. Some sites not suitable for larger rigs: too short, no pull-throughs. Shaded sites but campground very open, no barriers between sites. Good for stopover. Some noise from nearby highway. Good for launching boat into Green Bay. Laundry also available. Flush toilets, fire rings. Not too far from Green Bay or good stopover on way to Door County. 20 or 30 amp sites. Some water hookups very far. - Sparky6238
Jul 2015 - $30.00
County park accepts only Wisconsin checks or cash which you deposit in a slot after choosing your site. Treed campground with lots of room between sites. Managed to peek at Dish satellite through tree branches. Large boat launch and pier with gravel swim beach. Green Bay was green when we were there so we didn't swim, but did kayak. Campground sits atop Niagara Escarpment for some interesting geology. - Appleknocker
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
Jun 2015 - $40.00
This campground is not easy to maneuver through. The roads are extremely narrow and have a LOT of trees close to the roads and hanging over the road. We unfortunately pulled off a back corner of our travel trailer brushing against a tree as we were trying to swing it wide to turn down the street to our sites. The turns are very tight. The person (owner?) in the office was extremely rude to a few people in our group. We had 6 sites total and had to cancel 1 site a few days prior due to illness and this person moved one of the other families into the site that was cancelled, but that family was not able to get their travel trailer on that site so had to go back to their original site and informed the office of this change--the person said we could use the site that was cancelled if needed since it is between others in our group and when we did the next morning the person in the office (owner?) was rude about it and said no one ever said we could use it. The campground was not full. - Tina o