34 RV Parks near Friendship, Wisconsin
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Very clean, on Pentenwell Lake. Quiet. They have quite a few seasonal campers. Open year round. - esox07
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is a very nice County owned park. Very nice large sites. Ours was very level. We were next to the water. Staff is very nice. The only thing that would make it better would be sewer hook ups. No big deal though. There is a very nice boat launch, also decent dock slips you can rent if available. Nice views of the lake with a very nice sunset. We had enough room on our site for our tow vehicle and another vehicle. There is a lot for boat trailers too. We camped in a 32 door travel trailer. - jimmbo407
Jul 2015 - $17.00
This county campground is located on a large, beautiful lake and is quite popular with people living in the area. The price reflects a weekly rate. Most of the sites are leased seasonally but a few of the best sites (along the road by Castle Rock Lake), as well as other nearby sites are set aside and can be reserved for up to two week stays. I think I'd call ahead to check for availability rather than just show up, especially on a summer weekend. Most of the sites are level grassy spots, but several of the short term sites are nice gravel sites. There are no sewer hookups anywhere in the campground but there is a dump station. There are a variety of spots with one section in a pine tree filled area and other grassy sites in partial to full sun. One thing I noticed was that the electric pedestals and water hookups are often in odd configurations with outlets for multiple campers and often requiring extensions cords and hoses. There's a nice playground, volleyball court, sandy beach, boat launch with rentable slips, and a waterfront tent-only area. There's a stocked camp store and modern restrooms with coin operated showers. The staff is friendly and helpful. We had one problem that you might want to know about. On a hot Saturday afternoon in the full park our electrical management system reported a low voltage of 102 volts and shut the electric down to the camper. The voltage coasted between 102 to 105 volts for about four hours. Around 7:00 that evening the voltage began to rebound and we were good to go for the rest of our stay. I think it would be really hard to get satellite TV in the wooded sites, but elsewhere in the campground it should be doable in most sites. Our Verizon 4G was solid. I think we'd return to this campground. The lake is beautiful and, if one can snag one of the sites along the lake, it's a great spot for a visit to the area. - nazpaz
Jun 2009 - $15.00
We camped here in June of 08'...Park was INFESTED with ticks! We set up our tent and equipment and then took it all down and left in 4 hours. If you stood still you would have ticks crawling all over you. My poor dog had over 20 ticks we had to remove off him. The site was on the shore which would have been cool if you could enjoy it. Mosquito's were bad too but the ticks were unbelievable. - cnacamper
Jun 2009 - $45.00
We stayed on a group site for about 2 hours before we all decided to pack up and go. I realize that this is not the parks fault but if you go here bring A LOT of mosquito repellent. We were outside a matter of about 20 to 30 minutes and came home with mosquito bites everywhere. Also, the group sites where we stayed were very difficult to find. The map we were given by the park had highlighted directions but the directions given did not match what the street signs to the sights said. Beautiful park but way too many mosquitoes for us. - Jason & Jennifer
Aug 2010 - $35.00
We came to celebrate our son's birthday and we all had a wonderful time! The mosquitos were bad this year, but we still enjoyed our stay. The kids loved all of the activities and the people were all friendly and helpful. We already reserved our vacation for this year! - millfam
Jul 2010 - $33.00
The mosquito's are HORRIBLE! They do not spray for them, we could not stand to be outside at all (we live on a farm and are used to mosquito's but this was the worst we have ever experienced). There is no maintenance done to the roads, no gravel and when it rains there is water covering the roads, sites and all of the sites are sand. This makes for a big mess. We have a 28' travel trailer that barley made it into our site and we had to back down the driveway just to get out. If a tree falls they just leave the rotting stumps and you have to navigate around them. There is no TV reception and you must pay to use all of the outdoor play areas except for the swing sets. The showers looked terrible from what I could see. This is the first and last time we will be staying here. - Bree08
Jun 2009 - $36.00
This is a very nice, mostly seasonal-sites, which were all very well kept and clean. Family oriented, lots of kids activities. We stayed here for a 1 night stopover, and had a pull thru site. It was so nice in the middle and could see the kids playing in the activity area which is centrally located. Lots for the kids to do. We stayed there on a Friday night and it was pretty quiet, despite our site being close to the lodge/bar it wasn't annoying at all and quiet after 10:30. They have a nice store and lodge with a full menu and a bar/game room, with a separate game room area for the kids located near the activity area. 20 minutes to the Wisconsin Rapids, Wal-mart and several RV dealerships nearby. - ready2upgrade
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We stayed in Site 1 which was right on the lake. Was a bit breezy at times but no bugs. Other sites away from the water are surrounded by trees. So you have your pick of type of site. Loved this place. - User3521
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Petenwell is a County Park, but over half the sites were taken by seasonal campers. Some of the campers had obviously been there a while, making the campground look rundown. The campground is divided into two sections. The older section is where you find most of the seasonal sites. Of the available sites remaining, a few are reservable. There are very few sites available on the lake shore of Lake Petenwell (a huge lake by the way). Most of those are already taken. So realistically, if you are going to camp here, you will end up in the treed part of the campground. The shade there is nice, the bugs aren't (including mosquitoes). There is a newer expansion area that we would have stay in if we had known about it. It was definitely not as full, a lot less seasonal sites, and easy access to the shore of the lake.
Some sites have water and 50 amp electric, some don't, so ask. The main roads are paved, the rest are dirt. The sites can be grass if you are not under the trees, dirt if you are. The campground can accept big rigs, but you have to be careful about what site you choose. We ended up giving up our reserved site because we couldn't fit. We ended up across the street that we could fit into. The staff was very accommodating about us moving, friendly too!
Bathrooms are ok, nothing to cheer about. Showers require quarters to operate. The beach was very nice, the marina excellent. The playground in the expansion area was new.
You can get Verizon 4G in the park, but it varied upon where you were. I ended up using my cell phone booster part of the time. A family member had an smart phone from one of the smaller local carriers and could only get a signal if she stood in the middle of the park. There were 6 OTA television stations.
All in all, if you go here, I would to the newer expansion area over the older area. But I doubt if we will ever go back to this campground. - cmgoeke
Jun 2013 - $20.00
Very nice park. No four wheelers racing through the park. Very nice family and fishing park. Clean, seems to be well managed. Normally do not stay in a county park, but this is a diamond in the ruff for sure. Will come back or sure. - Camping Somewhere
Aug 2014 - $25.00
Sites are all gravel. Some sites are pull-throughs, some sites are back-in. Place is very quiet. Wifi appears to come from the motel, so the sites closer to the front have better wifi signal. I couldn't connect at my site about half-way back. Playground is a little run down, but very usable. Nice place to stay for an overnight. - sendthefire
Sep 2012 - $20.00
Very nice park with plenty of shade. Large gravel sites and some are side by side. No sewer but a dump station is available. No cable but over the air stations are available and the WI-FI was good at our site. Staff friendly and helpful. We would return passing through this area again. - Bob & Stephanie
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We have camped at Point Bluff annually since 2012, so this was our third visit. This is a small (17 total sites) campground on the Wisconsin River. As part of the larger property there is a permanent trailer park / summer camp on the other side of the clubhouse / bar. We have camped in site 1, 17 and 5. We prefer those along the river and away from the landing / beach, sites 3-8.
We camped in a truck camper twice and in a tent once. ONLY a tent camper can use site 17. It is up a steep slope that would be impossible to get a camper in, and the canoes/tubes often are staged on this hill on the weekend. Site 17 is a beautiful getaway site though with good access to the restrooms/shower house and the clubhouse. Sites 1-16 are located in a shady, grassy grove. The sites are not well-defined and you are fairly close to your neighbors. We were with a bunch of friends and this was not a problem for us.
People camp at Point Bluff so they can tube/canoe the Wisconsin River and come off the river and not have to drive. It is IDEAL for that purpose. There is a bar / clubhouse on site that serves food. There are group campsites. The campground area only has porta potties. The shower room / flush toilets are across the campgrounds and into the trailer park. The first year we were there, they were filthy and the toilets were clogged. This was due to those on the group site. The last two years the restrooms have been much cleaner. - We_love_truck_camping
Aug 2010 - $20.00
The owners were very friendly and went out of their way to find us a dish friendly site. However, we got all set up and our surge protector went off 3 times in the first 10 minutes. We ended up having to leave as we had already blown up an inverter this year. - big foot
Sep 2009 - $18.00
A very nice, grassy, shady place and friendly owners. We accidentally hit upon this place during the Cranberry Festival, a local fest that draws 80 to 100 thousand people. We were lucky to get two nights without a reservation. - mycelia
May 2009 - $16.00
The owners were great--extremely friendly, personable, helpful, kind. They were a pleasure to talk to. Worked with us and our rig to get us the best spot for it (easy in/out). Helped back it in (as only one of us was available for that). The campground is mostly seasonal, but it was extremely quiet. They do not have a lot of recreational activities on site, which is fine with us. We don't use them anyway. Wouldn't necessarily recommend it for families with small children--no playground that we could tell. Great for exploring the area and using the lakes in the area. Would most definitely stay here again. - cobragt23
Oct 2017 - $34.00
The owners take pride in Moonlite Trails and it shows. Here you can truly enjoy a peaceful night by the campfire. Well maintained, clean, quite, and nice size campsites. Leave your hustle and bustle behind and camp here. Family and pet friendly. - C-N
Jul 2016 - $22.00
Park is clean and quiet. owners treat you like family! Showers and bathrooms are clean! Minutes from Lake Petenwell beach and boat launch! Won't stay anywhere else when going to Lake Petenwell! - Jefe
Sep 2006 - $22.00
This is a five year old campground with the promise of exspansion in the near future. No, they don`t have a pool or even being located on the shores of Lake Petenwell, but they are only one mile from the Tenth st. boat landing and beach. If you are tired of the hustle and bustle of the larger campgrounds, then, just maybe this is the campground that you should check out. The lots are flat and seem to be laid out fairly well. - traveling faemer
Jul 2016 - $40.00
They charge an extra $5 a day for electricity when it's hot. They only accept cash or checks.
Many of the sites are seasonal or for full time residents. There were only 3 pull-through sites with full hookups and these were more than adequate.
They have a bar/lounge on the grounds that draws local residents as well as guests.
You have to have a reason for coming to Coloma, or just passing through. The business sector is slowly disappearing. There are small nearby lakes for recreation.
The new owners have been there for a couple of years now and are slowly making improvements. - DJanis
Jun 2016 - $40.00
I stayed here 3 1/2 weeks. Campground is very clean, grass was kept cut and weed walked. The owners are friendly and helpful. I used the laundry room: it was clean and inexpensive. The pool was clean but no shade. - kampincrazy
Jul 2015 - $31.00
The folks who run this park are apparently former RVers who know what is important from the customers point of view. They manage a park that is partly full time residents and a few transient sites. Overall this park is beautifully kept up and our overnight site was first class. The Utilities, EWS, were all new and were easily accessible. - Peter in Arizona