2 Parks near Ellison Bay, Wisconsin
Aug 2015 - $39.00
Beautiful campground - lots of trees and shade with spacious sites. Friendly and helpful staff. Older but spotless restrooms and showers. Free WiFi and cable. Very close to all the towns in Door County to go exploring or just stay and relax. Dog friendly - they even provide bags to pick up after your dog. Highly recommended! - Southbar
Aug 2015 - $39.00
A beautiful, well run, friendly park in the northern part of Door County, WI.
Level, pea gravel sites, grassy yards, spacious sites with a canopy of trees had us at home as soon as we hooked up. Utilities were easy to access & water faucet even had a pressure restrictor on it.
Easy, friendly, helpful staff helped us get settled & gave us a general explanation of what the area had to offer....this was our first time in the area. Very accommodating with the cable hook up. It is necessary to obtain a box and cables from the office...........they will help hook it up.
We will definitely return to Hy-Land for a longer stay. - D Curf
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Beautiful shady RV park, with large well spaced campsites. The full hook-up site I was at (#16) had good water pressure, no problems with electricity, easy to use sewer connection, reasonably good wi-fi (free to guests), was level, and despite being right off the main road in the area was quiet and peaceful. There are NO amenities for children, so this RV park is particularly good for adults seeking a quiet and peaceful place to camp. Every site has a picnic table and fire pit. I would have given this RV park a "10" had it offered a decent campground store. The only thing available at the campground for purchase is ice and firewood. The showers/toilets are old but clean and acceptable (to me, but my wife did not find the ladies facilities acceptable). This campground is in the very northern section of the Door County penninsula with close access to both Washington Island and to Sister Bay (one of the major tourist attraction towns in Door County). Much of the campground is occupied with large motorhomes and large 5th wheel or travel trailers that are seasonal as well as a number of older mobile home trailers that are fully permanent. The park is only operated 6 months of the year. Staff was extremely helpful: I am a newbie at RV'ing and still challenged by backing up my travel trailer. A staff member volunteered and nicely backed up my trailer for me, and offered to help set up the hook-ups (which I did myself). I would definitely plan to come back to this location again in the future. - David642
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Staff was extremely welcoming and helpful in giving tips about activities in the area. The campground was very quiet, with adequate space between sites. Landscaping was beautiful and facilities were extremely well-maintained. Showers and bathrooms were immaculate. We would stay here again. - kvdvirginia
Aug 2014 - $58.00
This is a very nice and secluded Park located off the "beaten path" off tourist Bay side of the peninsula, but only 5 miles from all the action. Positives include great staff, clean restrooms, wooded and secluded sites with lots of space between. Negatives are all gravel interior roads, sites and patios. No Wi-Fi outside of the office, no cable, and one needs to search for satellite service, assuming one would wish to be connected. Further, sewer service is only available for a few sites. Nonetheless, given its location, we'd camp there again. - kurtk
Jul 2012 - $48.00
We were given a wonderfully easy pull-through site with lots of trees and a sense of seclusion, even though it was right near the entrance and all bath/shower facilities, etc. Big level site, very welcoming and helpful front desk staff members, and meticulously clean showers and toilet stalls. Only critiques were the lack of a pool, Wi-Fi only in the main lodge, and the showers were a bit cozy sized. Beautifully kept grounds. - thriftyposh