14 RV Parks near Hiles, Wisconsin
Jul 2012 - $10.00
We spent 30 days camping at Hiles Pine Lake Campground. The owners are next to none! They are extremely pleasant, hospitable and helpful. We spent most every day fishing for bluegill and crappie (we even caught some bass and perch). The site was level with full hookups (even a portable sewer container so I could dump without moving my travel trailer). The restrooms and showers were clean. The campground was very quiet and well maintained. Would definitely stay there again! - RTW
Jun 2016 - $30.00
The campground has a new owner as of April 2015. Facilities are in great condition. CLEAN modern bathrooms! Lots to do. Walk to 3 restaurants and golf course. On Big Stone Lake (28 chain lake).
The new manager is very nice. Great camping experience. - Full time Camper123
Jul 2010 - $42.00
This was a very sad little campground, about three miles outside of Three Lakes. New owners since April 2010. Mostly permanents with about six sites available to nightly. A lot of older trailers as permanents. The park is just across the road from a pretty little lake and they have an access for residents. Our site was a pad that was just exactly as wide and long as our rig (33') with a steep incline at the front making it impossible to pull thru, although it was advertised as a pull thru. No sewer hook ups and the dump site, once we drove all thru the park in order to come in on the proper side, was actually lower than our rig and so we had to jack up the fiver in order to dump. Even that was not very successful. No laundry facilities at the campground and the public restrooms looked very questionable. We would not return to this campground. - shovelguy
Aug 2008 - $17.00
This is a nice public owned park on a large lake with boating and swimming. The interior roads are paved, with gravel and grass sites. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is only electric hookups and a dump station. This is a popular park and no reservations are taken. The road to the park is a 2 lane country road and there are spots where care has to be taken as trees are close to or overhanging a bit on the roadway. It is about 3 miles south of town. I marked it down for the general lack of facilities, not the facilities or cleanliness or care of the facilities they have. We would stay here again. - nmmotorhome
Aug 2009 - $12.00
We love the rustic national forest campgrounds. Many of the sites at this one back right onto the lake, with wonderful views. We are in site #7 right now as I type this! The loons are out on the lake, calling us to come out in the boat one more time. Fishing is large and small mouth bass, and the loons keep coming near the boat to see what we are doing. Well spaced out sites, all under a thick canopy of trees. I get an AT&T wireless aircard signal and cell phone signal from here. Rustic sites with fire-ring, picnic table and multiple outhouses (pit toilets) around the park. Well pump for water. NO showers. Recycling cans at the entrance. Swimming area in on neighboring lake just a short walk from this campground. Walking path around the lake, and a biking trail too (though we didn't go on it) Very quiet well-kept campground. We sure don't want to leave, and will be back again. - kareninthewoods
Aug 2015 - $10.00
I am a Coast to Coast member. When checking in I asked for a site with a clear view of the southern sky for the satellite TV antenna on the motor home. There are some such sites which were vacant during our stay. I was told that the location of my site was non-negotiable. There were only two off the air TV stations. There was too much tree canopy to get a satellite TV signal from my tripod antenna. The sites are relatively small. - Bill Strong
Sep 2009 - $27.00
This campground grew on us during our stay. The campground definitely caters to seasonals. As a Coast-to-Coast member; they are newly returned to the KOA system this year (the main building is obviously that of an old KOA). Many seasonal sites have been improved upon by their inhabitants, especially with nice patios or decks. Some ideas of "improvement" are a matter of taste, but in any case we did not see any outside refrigerators or "junky" appearance, despite the abundance of flamingos and bear statues. Quite a few pull-through sites which will accommodate bigger rigs. Some turns in the campground can be tight and require care to negotiate. The trees: though also abundant, are trimmed or thinned in such a way that getting around with a big rig is possible without damage. Sites are natural in appearance:. dusty in dry weather and the utility hookups are older. No sewer hookups available, but the park offers a dump station and honey wagon service ($5 for the latter). The campground is very popular with fishermen, being located on Cranberry Lake, and there are lots of boats here. Bathrooms: especially those in the community building, are spacious and clean, with plenty of hot water for the showers. There's a pool, shuffleboard courts, and weekend activities. The campground is not easy to find, located down several small winding backroads, but it has a real "North Woods" feel. There are even warnings to watch out for bears, particularly near the trash dumpsters at night. (Fortunately the dumpsters are located near the campground entrance, not near sites; unfortunately that means a long walk, or a drive for some near the lake to dispose of their trash. Staff does not do trash pickup, presumably because of the bear issue). Wi-Fi is available only at the office building. There are cellphone towers in the area, as ours worked (surprisingly) while we were here. Note: if hooking up to water, let it run for a while first: lots of rust came out of our faucet for the first 30 seconds or so. We'd probably camp here again if in the area. It's a very pretty spot, and at least off-season on the weekend was quite quiet. - PokyRVer
Jul 2009 - $10.00
We camp here every summer. This is not a five star resort but a north woods campground. Most sites are adequate in size. The roads can get very dusty during dry weather. Owners are on site and friendly. Nice park to sit back relax, fish, and enjoy the rustic north. - corky506
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Jun 2016 - $12.00
I want to be up front this is a rustic campground. It is in the national forest and the lake is within view of almost every site.
Some of what the park offers. Over half of the sites you can reserve have direct water access. Our site had about 10 steps to get to the water. At this point you can just enjoy the view or fish from the spot. The campground also has a beach area to swim in and a sandy area to play in. This is a lake and the water is a little murky. Lilly pads exist on both sides of the swimming area and we could see thousands of tadpoles along the edge of swimming area. The park does not have showers, only has vault toilets, and the water is from hand pumps. The vault toilets were decent and about as clean as a vault toilet can be. It does not have a dump station but there is a nearby campground that lets you use there dump station for $10.
The site we had, #17, was flat and had plenty of room. We had a gravel pad, a picnic table and a large fire pit.
Overall we went here from some quiet and to get away from electronics. The only thing that interrupted our quiet time was the constant attack by large horse fly's. Though you would have to expect that considering the park is located in the middle of a National Forest. In the end we got what we wanted and spent some quality time enjoying nature, fishing, and got to leave the electronics at home. - Schultefam
Aug 2010 - $35.00
This is our 3rd year at Weaver's Resort. Wonderful place to stay right on Pelican Lake with docks, boat ramp, playground, woods, etc. Staff is very friendly & campground is very clean. The owners are very accommodating & will bend over backwards to help you. We will definitely be back again next year! - CJKC
Sep 2010 - $20.00
Another great stay at this remote campground. We stayed 3 months and enjoyed every minute. Campers are free to keep boats and ATVs at their campsite at no extra charge. The owners are fantastic people that will do whatever is necessary to make your stay right. This is our summer campground. - nascaron
Jul 2009 - $20.00
We camped at Christian's Campground in Pelican Lake, Wisconsin on a monthly basis with a very reasonable rate. We found the campground to be very quiet. Mostly seasonal campers with some weekend campers. During the week we were basically alone in the campground. The sites are big enough that we were able to put our 38 foot fifth wheel in sideways, with a lot of space on both sides, so our door faced the woods. All sites have full hookups with 50 Amp service. There is a pavilion, playground, and sand volleyball court available. All campers are allowed to store boats, ATVs, etc, on their sites at no extra charge. Pelican Lake is within a mile drive and an ATV trail comes right to the campground. The campground has a few piers on the lake for your boat and fishing use. We will be back next year. - nascaron