1 Park near Green Lake, Wisconsin
May 2015 - $42.00
The campground is going through what looks like a fairly major overhaul. The pond (Whitetail Springs) is much cleaner and nicer than it was two years ago and a lot of the sites had been re built and there was quite a bit of construction going on. It was never loud or obtrusive, but there was definitely activity about as they are trying to improve the facilities. I would definitely ask if the site you're looking at is near construction or is being redone.
We were there before the pools were open but they do have 3 pools with one being adults only. The other major amenity is the 9 hole golf course. A lot of people were playing it and it looked like a lot of fun. If you're looking for more of a challenge, Lawsonia is right across the street and that is one (actually two) of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses you're going to ever play.
Our site did not have a sewer hookup (only two nightly sections do) but their dump station area was clean and odor free. Easy to get in and out of without being right at the main gate.
The camp store and the people running it were great. Coffee, great looking snacks and a cheerful group of people providing great service.
We had no problem getting to our site with our 5th wheel, but I can see there might be some sites we would have struggled with so look at the map and know your unit.
The water was clean, pressure was good, Verizon wireless was adequate, their wi-fi was strong, but slow.
We'll definitely go back. - Samron68
May 2011 - $45.00
This campground is very family friendly. All activities included in the main price. There are no extra fees required. Bath houses are very clean and well kept. Swimming pools are very spacious with plenty of room for everyone. Office staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. Great golf course located on site free to campers. Mini golf was also free. Kids had a great time here. - werazoo
Jul 2010 - $52.00
Proof that more $$$ does not automatically mean a better camping experience. We had booked this site based on their website and one on-line review (not found here). So here we go: Small/narrow dirt/gravel roads throughout the campground, except for the entry lane alongside the office. If you're towing a toad, expect to have to enter the campground to find a level spot to unhook it. Pull through sites are 35 feet wide by about 55' long, just long enough to park the coach and toad nose to nose. A fire ring and picnic table was seen at each site. Getting into the site (#7) was difficult as the entry roadway between the sites was narrow. Although the campgrounds map shows the sites are placed at an angle to make entry easy, they aren't. There is no shade in the area that contains the pull through sites. The pool/playground area is a pretty good hike from the rear of the campground where most of the big rig sites are located. This campground apparently gets a lot of business from the par 3 golf course directly alongside, which is "free" to campers. The golf course looked well maintained, somewhat better than the campground itself. The Wi-Fi signal is quite good, however it works slowly very slowly. The management did reset the modem for us upon request, but that didn't help for long. Bottom line, not worth the money they charge - unless you're really big into golf. - mackerman