22 Parks near Egg Harbor, Wisconsin
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin (map) | (920) 868-3151
Sites: 216 | Latest Rate: $41.00 | 17 Reviews
Aug 2015 - $41.00
This park is really for seasonal campers and families with kids. You can tell how things have expanded over the years, with the original small tent/pop-up sites in concentric rings in one area, and the larger sites in another. There are mostly seasonal sites, with a smaller number of spaces allocated for transients. Although the office and recreation facilities are in a wide-open field, almost all the sites are heavily wooded. Satellite signals are difficult to come by; ask specifically if that is important to you. OTA TV from Green Bay was decent, although we were on the fringe of reception there. The new owners are still learning the ropes. We reserved and deposited a 50A site but were directed to a 30A space. The "It's 50A on the map; we never knew" response was a little disconcerting, but we were moved to a 50A space. Be very careful with charges, as our deposit didn't match the daily rate, had a $5 "Internet Access" charge that was explained as a service fee for online reservations (we didn't make our reservation online), and wasn't reflected on our check-in charge. They have WiFi in and around the office area but it's only for seasonal guests as were weren't given the access code. They did a movie on Friday night at the pavilion and there was some kind of very loud charity auction on Saturday. This park is a haven for kids of all ages, with a large pool, bouncey-thingie, water slide and other toys all available. If you don't match that profile, you may not "fit in". - RvTravelerNTechie
Sep 2014 - $45.00
Easy access, utilities worked, picnic table, fire pit, sat came in from roof. Verizon cell phone on extended network - Mi-fi did not work usually. They had wi-fi in office. Very nice owners. Full hookups. - rvreviews
Jun 2014 - $45.00
Rate is for a full hookup 50 amp space. No discounts offered. Park has new owners as of 2013. Heavily treed with gravel roads and site pads. Park is very quiet and well maintained and is located north of Sturgeon Bay but south of Egg Harbor. Wi-Fi did not work at our site and the water pressure was so low that we had to run off our holding tank. Kind of shame, given what we paid in a nightly rate. Lots of stuff for kids and park is very family oriented. We would try a different campground if we were to visit again. - Amls
Sep 2015 - $46.00
We stayed at Egg Harbor Campground in late September 2015. We have been to Door County before, but this was the first time camping there. Egg Harbor Campground is in a fantastic location if you're looking to see and do several things throughout Door County. It's right on the main Highway that goes from Sturgeon Bay through Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, etc.
We stayed in a pull through full hookup site and it was a great site. We stayed in site 509 which had a seasonal camper on our non-patio side (we also have no windows on that side of the fifth wheel) so we hardly noticed them. The site wasn't huge, but it was well laid out with plenty of room for us to park the truck without any problem. Getting in and out was a breeze. The site was very level and freshly cleaned/raked. The services were in a perfect location. The only minor complaint is that the sewer hookup pipe was fairly elevated so we had to use some rocks to support the hose support in order to create a smooth incline. Somebody else had the same idea and had left several rocks of varying sizes and heights near the hookup so it was a matter of just grabbing a few and making it work. Not the first time I've run into this issue.
We are active so didn't hang out at the campground much during the day but we did walk around and see the entire campground. It's well kept and is adjacent to an absolutely beautiful golf course. We'll bring the clubs next time for sure as it looks like a fantastic course.
We'll definitely make this an annual camping trip and Egg Harbor Campground will be our preferred location when we go back. - Samron68
Aug 2015 - $40.00
We have been staying here for years and every year improvements have been made. The campground is centrally located to Door County's attractions. The staff works hard in keeping it clean, raking the sites immediately after a camper pulls out. There are many seasonal campers in the older section, but very friendly. In the non-seasonal section half the sites are heavily wooded but a newer open section opened up a few years ago. We had stayed a half-dozen campgrounds in Door County before this one and have not found another one roomier nor cleaner. - jtlipecki
Aug 2015 - $39.00
If you are not a fan of camp fire wood smoke, then this is not the place for you This is truly a "camping" ground... lots of small campers and tents. However, the sites are clean and level. Most sites are heavily treed, which make for poor/nonexistent TV reception; no cable. Swimming pool area and laundry room very nice and clean. Despite the campground being nearly full, it was very quiet at night. Given that there are lots of campgrounds to choose from in the area, we would probably not stay here again. - mim
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Stayed over Labor day weekend. Went in July to look at sites and picked one close to family. Got a call a couple weeks later stating they booked another family on our site and could we move. Told them no. While there, we were told we had to have fires out and in our campers by 12 am. They actually stopped @ our campsite & told us we had to put out our fire and go inside. Will NEVER camp here again! sites were small, speed limit 5 MPH, not enforced, and employees went zipping around much faster that. - Aft
Jul 2011 - $35.00
I believe our site number was 222. Most of the sites were very nice, but a bit small. There were some longer sites and wider sites in other areas for motorhomes and 5th wheels from what I saw when walking through the grounds. We did not use the pool but it looked fine but it is an indoor pool and when we were there it was very humid inside. The bathroom setup was a bit strange as they had Men's and Women's toilets in the front area and around the back was the showers which was a co-ed area. The strange part was they had 7 changing rooms along one wall and then back further in the building 7 or 8 showers. I didn't understand why they separated the changing area from the showers, kind of awkward in my opinion. Other than that a good place to go and it was quiet but we did stay during the week. I would probably go again if I am ever up in that area again. - kjcamper
Jul 2007 - $35.00
These people like to nickel and dime you to death, extra for electricity, extra to run and A/C, extra to use the pool and extra to use the shower, but you can't control the water temperature. Some sites don't even have 30 amp hookup. Plus if you're towing a boat most sites off of the main drag do not have enough room to store your boat on site, that is if you can back it in. Bottom line, these people only care about green ($). Go to Tranquil Timbers in Sturgeon Bay. - Bellbuoy
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This is a park that has mostly seasonal campers. There is no water at the site and they had a very long garden hose (not white rv hose) at the back of the admin building to fill your tank. I was quite firmly told not to run my air conditioner if I was not in my camper. The site I was given was quite small and the picnic table had moss growing all over it. The oak trees bombarded me with falling acorns the entire stay. I would not go back here again. - pparker
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This is one of our favorite parks. We stay here when visiting friends in Sturgeon Bay. Located in the deep woods in a nice quiet location. Mostly seasonal but we have never seen the park crowded.
The only downside is electric hookups only. Large, spotlessly clean rest rooms and showers. The whole park is clean and well maintained. Mostly back-in spaces but they have pull-throughs and we have never had trouble getting one.
Note that management prefers minimum two night stay, although the most recent time we stayed there we only stayed one night. - John45
Jul 2016 - $51.00
We stayed here during the week and it was fairly quiet. The check-in process was extremely slow. The young kids at check-in could have been more knowledgeable about things at the park and in the area. They did offer a waterpark and a man made pond for swimming. The did have alot of things at the park to do. Soccer, basketball, jumpy pillow, bike and skateboard area. The kids had a great time. We stayed at a wooded site just behind the office, it was fairly private quiet and not far from the bathhouse. They have many seasonal and you could not see or hear them from the area we were at. You would not know this park was near as big as it was without going and walking around. We will most likely be back. The kids enjoyed playing BINGO. - PackerFanRick
Jun 2016 - $23.00
The park is a full service park with one exception, no sewer at site. Two dump sites located in park and a pump service will come to your site for $22 per dump.
The sites are both pull thru and back in with water and 30/50A, packed earth, level (for the most part), tree-lined and spacious between sites with picnic table and fire ring. I was able to park my 40' Class A towing an 18' trailer connected with additional room front and rear. The roadways within the park are a mixture of packed earth, gravel and pavement.
Office staff is very friendly. Consisted mostly of teenagers working a summer job. I suspect this because the park has a large water slide pool with a shallow kiddie pool, a separate adult pool located by the office, a small pond/beach that you can swim in, a separate little pond for catch and release fishing, outdoor playground with climbing apparatus, miniature golf, an enclosed basketball netted area, a large air bag that is used like a large trampoline and a hiking trail.
When a guest checks in, 5 park bands are provided to identify registered guests. Additional bands can be purchased. The office is also the store which appears stocked with incidental items for camping and for your camper. Cold non-alcoholic beverages and snacks sold also.
The park is quiet. With all of the kid-related amenities, it was quiet. Laundry and bath house was a quick walk from my site at site 59. I was parked as though I was deep in the forest preventing me from extending my awning, but the area for picnicing and fire ring was open and clear of trees and other landscaping. The trees buffer your camp site from your neighbors. - kihei7
Jul 2015 - $55.00
Have been camping here for 3 years now, absolutely love it! The glow rides, the water park our daughter loves! Staff is friendly and helpful, sites are big enough (we camp in the pull-throughs). Look forward to spring so we start camping here again!! Highly recommended! - Aft
Jun 2013 - $30.00
The park is abundantly treed maybe too much. Very little sunlight gets through the canopy consequently there is also an abundance of Mosquitos. The pluses to the park, very friendly and helpful staff and the park is located on the quiet site of the peninsula. The park also looks and feels like a campground not a parking lot. - arteacher
May 2013 - $24.00
This is my third visit to this park since the new owners took over in 2011. They have invested a lot of "sweat equity" in cleaning up the grounds, trimming trees, cutting grass and the overall general appearance. If I owned the campground I would spend some time and money on the bathhouses. Spiders in the corners, water around the sinks, floor dirty. I noticed and pointed out several things, and the manager was appreciative. The problem is this: you must have an eye for noticing things that could be improved and I can tell you that the employees here do not have an eye for that. Examples: they have a fish windsock hanging on the entrance sign. It's in it's third season and faded: spend $25 bucks and present a good first impression. Paint the outside of the office building; repair the bathroom fixtures. The best thing about this campground is the location: close proximity to Fish Creek. The sites are decent and overall it improved greatly, time to take it to the next level. Has amazing potential! - jeffincedar
Jul 2011 - $30.00
This is our second visit to the formerly Path of Pines Campground. New owners and they seem to be wanting to make improvements. It is flat and easy to get around. Trees need to be trimmed to allow for easier access and open up the campground. They have no sewer sites but a dump station is available. No TV or 50amp. Most sites are pull-through with a few back-ins and tent site. The bath house floors get very wet so they need regular attention. The best thing going for this campground is its proximity to Fish Creek and Peninsula State Park: exactly one mile to the entrance of Peninsula State Park. We used our bikes for transportation and explored the area thoroughly. This is an OK place to stay but with a few updates could be awesome. We will return due to the proximity to Fish Creek. - jeffincedar
Jun 2010 - $1.00
From their web site: We will not be taking any reservations for this season. Our business plan has changed and we are honoring our contracts with existing full season campers from 08'. Therefore we will have no daily, weekly or monthly camping for 09'. - CCBrown
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Biggest negative for this park is the signage, or lack of it in places & locations where signs can be seen giving directions approaching the park, the campground area in particular. They were next to non existant. The entry area, when finally found, is very difficult to navigate with a large trailer, though interior roads are very adequate. It is a big park & CG & again signage, enough & appropiatley placed, is seriously lacking. Also tree trimming needs to be done in sites which accomodate the taller 5ers. - Veebyes
May 2015 - $22.00
When we checked in we were surprised that the dump station wasn't in service, with no projected in-service date. That's pretty important when none of the sites have sewer. Also had to buy an out of state park sticker for $35. In addition they charge $2 extra per night for out of state. Wisconsin is the only state park system I've stayed in that charges more to out of state campers for a site fee. The bathhouse directly across from our site didn't have showers but I did find one in another section that did. The power service looked like it had recently been upgraded. Our site was rather muddy from recent rains. Verizon cell service was sketchy and we could only pick up a couple of channels on the TV. It's a beautiful area but the campground was a little disappointing. - WV_Retired
Jul 2014 - $25.00
This is the gem of the Wisconsin State Park system, both for location and camping activities. There are five different campgrounds, two with electric hookups and three without. Fabulous hiking and biking in the park - well-marked trails. Busy in summertime - make reservations early! Decent showers but they were private, free, and had hot water. Be sure to check out the American Folklore Theatre inside the park (walking distance from Tennyson Bay Campsites) - they feature locally written, very enjoyable theatre under the stars appropriate for all ages - a highlight of camping in this state park! - Jolly Out There
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Acceptable all the way around; nothing fancy. Helpful staff, clean, well maintained campground, and close to everything Door County offers. Yes, we would stay here again. - TPDBOB8687
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Good directions to park. Campground is clean and well maintained. I felt the price vs. value ratio was a bit high. I can understand location plays a factor in those decisions. - be rob
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Nice (but expensive) campground on the Door Peninsula.
Fairly level grass sites, well maintained.
Laundry nice, did a couple loads while we were here. $1.75 to was, $1.25 to dry. Laundry clean as were the showers & restrooms.
More hot water in the showers would have been greatly appreciated! Marked down due to lack of hot water.
No campground map and no site numbers assigned!
Easy drive to Washington Island Ferry and other spots on The Door. - thetravelkids
Jul 2016 - $34.00
The roads are a little narrow, but all are one way, and easy to figure out once you do it a time or two. Some sites are a little far from the bath house/restroom. Most sites are little tight, a few are larger. We had a pull thru so it was easy for us. Did not use the pool or laundry. Campground is very convenient to things in Door County peninsula. - sunandwater
Jun 2016 - $46.00
When we arrived we were greeted by a very friendly staff and they spent extra time with us telling us all the different places to see and where to eat. The park has gravel sites all very level and were spaced appropriately and easy to get into. All the amenities were working and had no issues. We are thinking about coming back in a year or two and spending more time in Door county and we will definitely stay at Bailey's Grove. - Jim Moyer
May 2016 - $40.00
This is a very quiet, well run RV park. They cheerfully greet you when you check in and do anything they can to make your stay a positive one. There are sites with shade and sites without. Our open pull-through was just long enough for our 45 foot motorhome but they had extra parking very close by for our towed vehicle. Sites are level, gravel and have grass. Roads are slightly narrow but manageable and sites are angled for easy turning. Good Wi-Fi. Good location that is 1 mile from town on the quiet side of the peninsula. - Freedom Bus