18 Parks near Hancock, Wisconsin
Sep 2016 - $49.00
We stayed here for two nights. We have been searching for a "go-to" campground not too far from home that we could go to when we just want to get away for a couple days, and we have found it! The hosts are so friendly and happy to assist you. We got in after dark on Friday. The host actually got into his golf cart and led us to our site and assisted in getting us lined up. All the sites are level and large. Some are shaded, some are not. There is a fenced in dog park as well as a walking trail around the entire park. The pool was closed for the year but there is a pond for swimming or paddling around. All in all, we were extremely happy with our experience and look forward to our next stay! - AnneH
Sep 2016 - $49.00
Stayed Saturday night of the Labor Day weekend as we were passing through the area. Newer park in this area and is built in the modern KOA style with big club house/office and laundry combined. Site we had was crushed gravel pull through about 80 feet with electric pedestal and water placed well and two sewer connects to give you a choice. Coded interior gate and outer gate is closed at 10:00 PM. A good stop but a little high dollar for us. - xarmoreddriver
Aug 2016 - $49.00
Best KOA I have stayed at.Sites are long and spacious.Showers clean and also large all are individual. Many activities at camp.Recomend this KOA to any one. - too tall
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
Sep 2016 - $36.00
It's been a year since last review, just wanted to say everything is the same. If you know Wisconsin in the summer, on the weekend everything is booked and reserved. This is the one place you can get a big rig into without reservations. Not much to do in park but if you have something going in area, this is a great place to park. - what next
Jul 2015 - $32.00
So nice to find full hookups in this part of Wisconsin. Well thought out park in the pine trees. Easy access from main road. Roads in campground are hard gravel and wide with no trees hindering access for big rigs. All 104 sites are spacious and long pull-thrus, full hookups and angled for easy access. Two RVs share hookups, but the sites are very wide so this is not an issue. Good Sam has given this park its highest ratings for a campground with no store or office and bathhouses with cinder block walls. Wifi is in the works but not available right now. Manager is working very hard to make this a 5-star facility. The dump site is far removed from the camp sites with excellent, wide, level access. This is a regional trapshooting facility so it may get noisy on the weekends, but while we were there only two people came to shoot. Town and a casino are about 8 miles away. - mhollis1
Aug 2014 - $40.00
We actually did not have an opportunity to stay at this campground, but we stopped in and meet the owners and toured the park. First of all, the owners are wonderful. We meet them, talked with them for 30 minutes, and they hugged us before we left. Great attitude. Second, if you like to shoot trap, this is your campground. They hosted the state trap meet this year and have a huge WTA Shooting Facility adjacent to the campground. In fact, the campground is owned by the Wisconsin Trapshooting Association. If the sound of trap shooting is not for you, don't stay here. Lastly, There are ATV trails near by. There is on site laundry. Fire rings. Sites are 45x80. Of you are looking for a full hook up campground just south of Wisconsin Rapids, this is a great option. - JaycoJoanRick
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
Aug 2016 - $19.00
Property is well maintained and while, yes, there are some sites with no shade, many do. And, yes, there are many full time permanent sites, they all appear to be very nice with patios and plans. Is it your fancy full of activities campground, no, but if you want a nice pool area and easy access to sights and want to enjoy the peace of it all .... it can be had here at Deer Trail Park. - SerenityElaine
Sep 2013 - $17.00
It is a P/A affiliate. We pulled in a little after 2 pm to find the office closed for the day. We called the number left on the door. The person who answered said to pick out a site and see her the next day. We drove around and everything looked just too sketchy. Everything looked like permanent rigs. Little rundown. Did not find a site that looked welcoming. Decided to head on up the road. - phyllen
Aug 2012 - $17.00
The total price was $17.50 a night with Passport America. The bathrooms were old and needed to be updated but were as clean as they could be. They have a minature golf course and seemed to offer lots of activities. There is a dump station but no sewer hookups at the sites. This would be good for a one night stay but I'm not sure we would want to stay longer. It is half an hour from Rudolph and the cheese factory that was interesting. It rained and there were large bodies of water all over. Most were gone by the morning. - rolling homeless
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
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
Jun 2011 - $17.00
Off the beaten path but well worth the drive to get here! After being turned down at the fully reserved state park nearby we were thankful to be directed by the SP kiosk attendant to this one. She even called ahead for us. Secluded, spacious, on the lake, pull through's, nice for kids and room for pooch to roam. It was rainy but we still had a great time here. Would return if in area. - snsfry
Sep 2006 - $15.00
Very clean and very quiet. Sites were large and roomy. - clougher
May 2016 - $1.00
We happened to stay with our local camp group during the park's Veterans Weekend for free. We were warmly greeted and efficiently checked-in. Our campsite was located in a large grassy, open area typically used by groups. Each site had 30/50A electric and a water hookup. Electric was stable and water pressure 45+. Site width was generous and you didn't feel you were camping on top of your neighbor. Wi-Fi was available but a bit finicky to connect to. Once connected it was reliable. A dump station is conveniently located for use on departure. The rest of the campground is mixed into the pine forest. The park is family friendly with a huge pond for swim and play, a rec room and a nice little ice-cream store. Prior comments about golf carts are true and it gets a bit dusty when the wind blows in your direction. It was unusual the park allowed youngsters to drive the carts around at night without any lights. At any rate, the open camping area worked great for our group and we'd come back again. - Born2Roam
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is NOT a park for transients or for a weekend outing. Most of the spaces are "seasonal" or "permanent" (they are purchased and used by part-time residents). We were lucky to be able to reserve a site that was isolated and had a great amount of space, but we got to listen to the seasonal residents having their patio/garden parties each evening.
Golf carts abound in this park, and many are driven by children or teenagers. Each evening there is a "parade of carts" with residents continuously driving around the facility with wine glass or bottle or glass in one hand while driving (usually faster than the posted 10 MPH limit AND ignoring one-way streets) until after the sun sets.
Teenage staff at the office and around the facility; never once saw any sign of adult supervision of the sites or streets.
Don't consider a stopover or a weekend here. - grandflic
Aug 2012 - $42.00
In the pines, there is only sand and no grass. In the open, there is much grass but no shade. There is an airport across the road which had crop dusters flying every morning. Don't stay near the trash compactor aft of the office. It smells. Wi-Fi was very spotty. The pond is nice to swim in with lots of floating structures. Probably would stay elsewhere if in this area again. - WoodedOne