22 RV Parks near Egg Harbor, Wisconsin
Sites: 216 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 19 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $45.00
We had a pull thru full hook-up site with 50 AMPS. The site was wide, level and long enough for our needs. This campground was purchased by new owners since we where there last and a lot of improvements have been made to the campground. - Jim W1
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
Sep 2017 - $54.00
First off I want to tell you we love this campground. We've stayed here in the past and always were treated very well by staff. This trip we stayed there 6 nights in one of their newer premium pull-thru sites. Our site was gravel with full hookups. This campground is a perfect place to use as a home base for Door County. Its very close to tons of shopping and great food and tours. We had two small issues. One was a smell in the well water provide from the tap. We solved this with a $18 in-line water filter we picked up at the Sturgeon Bay Walmart. The other small issue with our refrigerator indicated low voltage so I just switched to running it on LP. Considering we were towards the end of underground power line, and because of the 90+ degree weather and all the other rigs running their AC's to keep cool, this may have caused the issue. We highly recommend this campground. - jackmroz
Sep 2017 - $62.00
We stayed in one of the back-ins in the new "Executive Section." This is a very nice park. This section has concrete pads and concrete patios with a picnic table and a fire ring. It is fairly new so the shrubbery between sites is still fairly small, but will be pretty nice in a couple of years. The staff is very helpful and they keep the park really clean. The trash is picked up promptly as they come through several times per day, and they are easy to flag down if you want some more firewood. They will escort you to your site and will assist you with backing in if you need it. Quiet time is 10:30 PM and the folks here observe that very well. Is pretty quiet most of the time.
This park fills up pretty quickly on weekends during the busy season (May through October) so you WILL need to make reservations and the earlier the better. There are less expensive sites that have gravel pads and gravel patio areas. They are closer together. There are also sites available that are heavily wooded. - STBRetired
Jun 2017 - $55.00
Great park. Easy to navigate, big level sites. The CG provides a mix of camp sites and cabins. Very nice owners and staff - so thankful they were here and had a site available! We tried to stay at Peninsula State Park which was a disaster in our 45' motorhome. We really enjoyed our stay! - Winecoastersblog
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
Sep 2017 - $10.00
This is a huge park, and has so much to do. Mini golf, water park, nice camp store with supplies and groceries. Very convenient for touring Door County, but you may not want to leave! Only drawback is no sewer, but it's nice to let someone else do it for a change. And your tanks are much cleaner after a pump out. Adult staff friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi only at office. - fulltimerjan
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
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
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This is our third time of staying here. The hosts are polite and competent. They guide you to your site.
The 30 amp electric held its voltage ... the dump site is easy to get to.
My only suggestion for improvement would be some serious road improvement ... they are marked by many potholes.
This is a handy location for the things that we like to do while visiting Door County: plays, hiking, dining. - skigramp
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Stayed in Motorhome so we did not use the restrooms. We did use the laundry that had 2 washers and 2 dryers, they both worked fine. All gravel roadways and a little dusty. Our site was a pull thru, we have a 34ft motorhome and had no problems. It was a quiet stay and we had no problems. Site included 30 or 50 amp service and water. Dump station was available. We would stay again. - Bonzo656
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
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Big Rig? No Way! We tried to camp here in our 45' motorhome. Reserve America stated we could fit in site 421. We could barley navigate the roads in the campground to get to the site. We could not get into the site. Letftband stayed at Egg Harbor down the road. - Winecoastersblog
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We stayed one week which included Labor Day in Nicolet Bay South in an electric only site, no water hookup. Campground was full, family oriented. An abundance of walking/biking paths throughout the whole park with beautiful vistas that overlook Lake Michigan or the Bay of Green Bay. There is a boat launch area. The sandy beach was a short walk away where you could rent kayaks and bikes. Wi-fi is only available at the concession stand area at this beach. Golf course in the park. There are plenty of overlooks and pullouts to view when driving the toad. There is a lighthouse. This is one of our favorite destination campgrounds. Very popular, you should make a reservation. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The park had lots of things to see and do. Verizon signal was practically non-existent. We do not have a booster, that might have helped. We were able to use dish. Great location in Door Harbor.
Negatives...it definitely needs trimming at corners on the roads and entrances to sites. We scratched side of trailer at a tight turn which was disappointing. We were in a 36' 5th wheel in Tennison CG, site 440. The site itself was large and very private.
I'm not sure we would stay again unless we knew some major trimming and/or a few trees were cut to make accessibility easier. We loved the park itself. - Crpeine
Jul 2017 - $44.00
We came here to explore Door County. The price of the campsite was on the high end of our comfort zone but still very cheap for Door County. Mosquitos are a problem here. If the wind isn't blowing they descend upon you quickly. If you like sitting outdoors in the evening bring a screen room. The park is absolutely packed this time of year so expect some noise but nothing excessive (at least for us). Piggly Wiggly (the Pig) is the only full service grocery in the area and is located in Sister Bay about 15 minutes away. The park store is very basic and sells candy, pop and water by the bottle. The swimming pool is very large and quite clean. However, it can get very crowded. - Charlie_72704
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Camp space was adequate. We never got WIFI to work. We were connected to their WIFI but could not access the internet. We were unable to get cable TV. When I asked the owner if it was working he said it should be. I asked where he took his family for a fish dinner. He recommended the Harbor Fish Market. Meals were ala carte with entrée for about $25. Difficult to spend less than $60 for dinner for 2 with only water to drink. Door county is amazing. We explored every day; ferry to Washington Island and the island tour, wonderful state parks, amazing ice cream at Wilsons, breakfast at Al Johnsons, Friday night perch at AC Pub, whitefish at Corner Stone. Don't fail to visit the city parks; small, but many provide amazing views of Green Bay and Lake Michigan. - Toby's dad
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We arrived late at night and with a dead battery on our TOAD. The owner helped us into our spot, and in the morning tried to jump us. (We ended up having to call Good Sam, it turned out his jumper cables were not working). The campground itself was very peaceful with nice size spots and little trees in between sites. The one thing we didn't love was that we were parked facing our neighbors, instead of the standard everyone pulls in the same way. This wasn't a big problem though, our neighbors were lovely. Perfect star gazing at night, and wonderful area to visit. We did use the laundry room, it had 3-4 washers, and 3-4 dryers, very efficient. We were expecting mail, and the owner went to town to pick it up and deliver it to us, going above and beyond! We would stay here again! - WHR NXT
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Quiet, clean and attractive park with very nice owner. Convenient to everything in upper Door County. Many sites occupied by seasonal/permanent units but all well kept. Park had empty sites during the week but weekend was 100% full. Couldn't get a pull-thru reservation for a week even calling 3 months ahead. OTA TV was only 3 channels (Fox, PBS, BBC) and their reception was erratic. Tree cover too heavy for satellite in back-in area but some pull-thrus could probably get satellite coverage. Back-in area had more privacy than pull-thrus which were crowded and barely long enough for big rigs. Wifi didn't work at all until a technician came to install new antennas to get signal through trees into back-in area; then it was good. Numerous potholes were irritating, especially since they took days to dry after rain and the mud was very hard to remove from our truck. If you get a back-in check on which way to enter the park since several sites are angled so that you have to come in the exit road. Not a problem but it's better to know before arriving. The owner said he was going to call us with this information the day we arrived but I called him first to check on something. - all4pets
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Very crowded, even on a fall weekend. - ldukeb
Oct 2016 - $41.00
Staff was friendly and seemed extremely knowledgable about the area. Dining recommendations were spot on. Had been raining for several days when we arrived. There were some ruts and potholes in the gravel roads that were water filled. Puddles were still there after 3 days. Site was pretty soft first day, but firmed up by the time we left. Motorhome with towed just barely fit in site. All the pull throughs were the same size so not restricted to our site only. Neighbors also commented on just barely fitting into their site. Power was rock solid. Good water pressure. Sewer fitting low enough to ground to provide good drainage of line. Threaded fitting, no donut required. - STBRetired