Hortonville Wisconsin Campgrounds
11 RV Parks near Hortonville, Wisconsin
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hortonville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hortonville in the left hand column.
Jul 2010 - $38.00
Just got back from Wolf River CG and had a good time. It was nice to tube the long river trip, which has been doable for the last 4-5 years. What wasn't nice was all the flies and mosquitoes that come with the rain. We had a river front site, which allowed the girls to play right behind the camper. The site was very spongy because of the rain, but level. I would give them a 10 if they got rid of the coin showers. - Trevor01
Jul 2010 - $30.00
This is a local DESTINATION; lots of people all the time, hundreds per day to do tubing on the river. Pull through sites are not really pull through, as in you must BACK OUT of the site; you cannot pull all the way through if all spaces are taken and then only shorter unit can pull through as the land is a steep slope down. Yes, this is confusing as are the hookups; you must pull strait in so that the utilities are on the left and you then must back out. If you back in the utilities are on wrong side. Showers are somewhat clean if you use the ones AWAY from the day use area. NOTE: I have been to two hog callings and a turkey shoot and never seen COIN OPERATED SHOWERS, but that is what you have here. Dump station is hard to get to. Lots of cars parked around it as this place is full of day use people everyday. Potable water is good. - CCC
Jul 2009 - $31.00
Facilities were neat and well kept up. Bathrooms were very clean. Speed limits on the grounds were not being obeyed, even by employees. It was not uncommon to see vehicles traveling approximately 20-25 MPH past our site. Made me very uncomfortable with a three year old child. While at the playground with my child the lodge was playing uncensored rap music on the exterior speakers making us quit that activity due to the profane language. Site was overtaken during the day by day visitors for the tubing activities. - WI CAMPER
Jun 2013 - $24.00
My husband, grandchildren, and I camped here to attend a family birthday party in Appleton, and no other camping options were available. The campground was clean enough, and the campsites were level and quite nice, lots of mature trees. However, the seasonal units, for the most part, were very run-down and depressing to look at. There were two canals running through the campground, both of which were green and scummy, as was the swimming pond. We did not find the other campers, nor the owner, to be particularly friendly. I would not recommend this campground and do not plan to return. - TrixieBelle559
Jul 2016 - $69.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Fremont Jellystone Park. We came over the 4th of July weekend, and it was indeed full, but we still all (2 adults, 2 children) had a great time. Nice sites, fun activities for the kids, clean bathrooms & showers, well-stocked store. We couldn't ask for more. (Except maybe less mosquitoes!) We will certainly be back. - Spiffe
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here under an Encore discount. A great place if you have kids. There is the pond with lots of geese, and the lake. A large swimming pool with a slide. Activities on the weekend. We had a 50 amp, W/E. Good Verizon and Direct TV. Located not too far from Appleton or Oshkosh for day trips. The laundry only had 1 washer and 1 dryer, so we went to laundromat in town. We would stay there again if in the area. - Deniselg53
Jul 2015 - $68.00
We stayed here for 2 nights. Our site looks like it had recently had some work done to it. No grass, just dirt and a gravel pad. It looks like it may have flooded a few days prior to us arriving. Hardly what I would call a "premium" site! The hookups were placed well and in good working order. The area we were in had plenty of shade. Everything else was nice. Pool was warm and the kids loved the water slide. Game room was OK. We may stay again, but the site selection would dictate if we actually did. - dodge guy
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Campground is unusual, pretty much in the city of Oshkosh so close to restaurants and shopping. It is fairly quiet given the location. A lot of tent sites and 20 or so RV sites. The pond is OK for a walk around but the fish I found were very small.
We were in a site (W4) on the west side of the grounds. It was barely deep enough for our trailer but had good width. It has been wet in WI this year and that entire area was rutted and muddy, so the truck and trailer both were mud covered when we left. If not for that the stay would have been nicer. Gravel roads were also muddy in spots. We looked like we were off-roading by the time we left. - Mudpuppy78
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We've stayed at Hickory Oaks more and more over the last few summers. They keep updating the campgrounds with gravel sites and road as it's getting more and more use during the summer venues Oshkosh offers. There's also a few cabins available with a large pont with sandy swim area.
It would be nice if the sites were laid out better for more angled back in and pull through's. Electric and water is okay for about 15 or so but no full hook-ups as they'd have to annex to the city to do that, so they provide a pump service if you have an extended stay and a dump station for when you pull out. - MicknPeg
Jul 2016 - $27.00
A pleasant surprise - CG with a 4200 ft landing strip. Fly in or RV in!! Nice setting in wooded area with an unusual positioning of sites - mostly good. Not a row after row! Position of water and electric boxes shared by 2 (electric) or 4 (water) is awkward but ok - maybe needing an extension. Dump station is easily accessible. We stayed here 1 night in a class B MH - no slides or toad. Showers are clean and very usable. We would stay here again! - KAZIMIRA
Jul 2016 - $15.00
We have stayed at this park several times over the past two summers because it is near to family and convenient. It lacks sewer and water hookups, but large, clean bathrooms make up for it. The park is well maintained, with long, level, gravel pull through sites. - USA-RVNomads
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Small but impressive campground. Price is excellent but there is no sewer hookup and 50 amps are limited to very few. Self register, dump station and water available. - Karen86
Jul 2014 - $15.00
This is intended as an overnight park. The sites are level, gravel with easy access in and out. There is very limited 50-amp. Water and dump is at the office. There are 2 bathrooms / showers in the office area. You will need the key code to use them. Call for the code if needed. Phone and your cellular device will run on 3G, so slow loading on the Internet. There is clear reception whether dome or portable dish. There is no Wi-Fi in the park. We have stayed here 3 times for multiple nights and will return when we return to the area. Address is 1938 E. Main, Omro, WI 54963 - Workamper04
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Hi... just wanted to update to the other reviews. High Cliff finally was able to get the money to upgrade the electrical sites from 30 amp to 50 amp now. No more tripping breakers! Also the bathrooms got a good sprucing up with new paint, new flooring, better showers and fixtures and sinks. Much nicer. As good as they can get on the limited state budget. Note.. do NOT follow GPS to the park, it leads to an old entrance that has been closed for over 10 years and is not usable. Take 114 just west of Sherwood and go south on State Park Road to the park. Follow signs. We especially love this park because it is shaded and cool in the summer months. - kareninthewoods
Jun 2015 - $17.00
We stayed in site 92 while our friends camped in 90. Both are in the outer left loop. They are pretty far from the only shower room/rest rooms, but pit toilets are not far. Overflow parking is directly across the road from 92 but while we were there, we were the only ones to use it (for our toad).
Both sites are beautifully tree-filled, which is true of the entire campgrounds. Our sites were level and most others seemed level too. There are double sites for those wanting to share a site.
Being on the outer extreme of the campground, we had easy access to the walking/bike trail and rode to a lookout each night to watch the sunset. It was an easy 5 minute ride and was walkable too. The hiking trails are easily accessible too. The Lime Kiln Trail can be muddy, so wear sturdy shoes.
The campground is quiet, peaceful and clean. The bathrooms are cleaned daily between 12:30 and 2 pm and always looked neat. I would prefer each shower stall have more room to change within the stall but there is one that offers privacy if you are willing to wait for it.
Do not leave out any food or unsecured garbage as you may have raccoon visitors when the sun goes down.
We can't wait to go back! - We_love_truck_camping
Aug 2012 - $27.00
Camped at site #109. Great site, but 30 amp power kept tripping so we were forced to run extension cords into our RV using the two, 20 amp outlets. The park scenery is great, but the electrical problems (which I've written about before) continue. There's hope. High Cliff may get all its electric sites upgraded to 50 amp next year if there's enough money in the state budget. Fingers crossed. - zulu
Sep 2017 - $39.00
We were here before school started, so we knew it would be busy. However, we were not prepared for an "event charge" that brought our nightly rate up to $78 for one night. At the rates we paid, we did not expect to have to pay for the shower. There is a mega-dairy farm nearby so if you find the smell of manure nauseating, don't stay here. It is constant and pungent, especially on warm days. Additionally, there was a septic smell throughout the park. The campsites are less than 5' from each other, and there was heavy alcohol drinking throughout the park, with kids running wild (no supervision) all hours. Our site was on the end, and the "fire ring" was right next to the road. There is no way we could have used it without creating a safety hazard. The dumpster was overflowing the entire time. The "clubhouse" was dirty, and the bathroom wall was loose where the soap dispenser attached. Basically, it is set up to maximize their revenue, and you are just a transaction. If that's what you want, you'll be happy. We won't be back. - TexasCampers
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Apple Creek only seems to have less than 30 campsites available for casual or weekend campers. These sites are very close together and next to a VERY busy county road. Loud road noise 24/7! Dump station is very primitive compared to many others we have stayed at. Pool was heated and the grandkids loved it. Just not impressed by any of it. Many seasonal sites looked very messy! Showers cost $ and were nothing to brag about. - Bayerlake
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Friendly greeting. Nice campground with very good grounds maintenance, mowing, fire pit cleaning, etc. Laundry needs attention. 1/2 washers out of order, and the rest were not clean. We went to town for a laundromat. Restrooms need a scheduled 3 hour walk through. With the number of campers, and the pool, the conditions can degrade quickly. We will definitely return. - SusiDave
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Site 43 great spot tucked off alone with a lot of privacy. No water or sewer. Bathroom building near to our actual site did not have any showers. Park shower block a bit further away was a bit dirty and you have to pay for use. Fifty cents minimum for 3 mins. Stood a good minute waiting for water to warm (no taps to adjust just a jet on wall) then when it did, and I started showering, drain quickly blocked up & I was stood in pile of water. Staff @ store very young, need some customer service experience. Park along waterfront nice however had no trash cans at all, and one dog waste bin only. Led to lazy people over weekend use leaving rubbish we thought. Nice sunset views over the lake. - leemhicks
Oct 2016 - $25.00
One of my favorite campgrounds... Nice hiking trails and biking. Playground equipment for children is very nice too. - Escape2country
Jul 2013 - $20.00
Lovely little campground! Electric sites, BYO fresh water, although you can fill your tank at the camper registration/store. We stayed on Site 6, couldn't see the lake from our site, but the other sections had some views of the lake. Lots of nice landscaping and playgrounds for kids. Bathrooms/showers were clean, bring your quarters for the showers. Rangers were visible and polite. Fire pits were located kind of away from the site, which we liked a lot. Store had a few necessities. Dump station an extra $3. Some trails which we didn't do this time, but will try next time. Will definitely come back again. No real website for this place, you have to call to make reservations. And they are pretty busy, hard to get in. - CramerCamper
Jul 2014 - $37.00
The positive first: - Very beautiful site, we had #127 in a corner with beautiful trees surrounding a porch deck and further down a fire pit area in the grass. So two levels and very private. Quiet and very little traffic. Pool clean and looked new. Store open with a decent selection of products. Very nice owners, helped us with packages and letters. Toilets clean. Power stable.10 minute ride to Waupaca. Very good Verizon coverage. Extremely beautiful area and campground. Not a field but wooded small hills. Pool was in the mid eighties when we were there. Then the negative: - Absolutely no Wi-Fi so we had to spend 100 dollars to Verizon for the three weeks. Parking is hard since sites are pretty small. We parked under a pine tree that dropped some sap, to be expected but a thought, you have to be on your toes to navigate a big rig through. So to summarize, a hidden gem in Wisconsin in a very beautiful area and with caring and friendly owners on location that helps you with whatever you ask for. Try it out! We planned to stay a week but extended it to three. However our only wish for the future is Wi-Fi. Today as important as water and electricity for us fulltimers. - BasilFawlty
May 2012 - $30.00
The owner's are a tad strict, nice but strict on some stuff. The pool was heated and was nice. The sites are well groomed and the concrete pads are nice and level. We will be back again! - aimee21
Jul 2011 - $35.00
This park claims "big rig friendly" but we do not agree. The roads are on hills, very narrow, and partly paved, partly dirt with HUGE deep ruts and wash outs. Traffic directions rules not enforced. We had great difficulty driving to our site and meeting a vehicle going the wrong way. Trees so thick we could not get satellite, even though we requested a satellite friendly site as previous reviewer advised. We were merely told that they didn't know if a site could get satellite or not. Pads are concrete and spaced nicely apart from neighbor, however, maneuvering a 40 ft motorhome in around the trees with such a narrow roadway with RV's parked directly across from you right up to the roadway is quite a challenge. Overpriced and definitely will not come back. - BeckyV
Sep 2017 - $30.00
This is a hidden gem! Very close to the EAA museum (a must!), shopping and highways. We were here over Labor Day weekend and almost had the place to ourselves. Sites are in the grass, but fairly level. Two camping areas but full hookups were in the trees. Don't plan to be there the last week in July! But do plan to enjoy watching vintage aircraft fly over every day. - Lke
Jun 2017 - $30.00
The staff is very friendly and accommodating. Is near the airport but only heard propeller aircraft, no jets. Also could hear I-41 traffic some but not unbearable. Lots of full hookup sites but most are on the grass and in the sun. We had a shaded gravel pad, that could have used more gravel, but it was level. We did have to park the TV in the site next door so it was out of the road. There are no real site boundaries and when full I think units will be very close together. If there are other units there it will be very difficult to maneuver with a big rig. The road through was soft but it has been raining a lot. No one near us when we arrived, or when we left, but needed to use 4 wheel drive to avoid tearing up the grass and road while maneuvering the TT. DW said the restrooms were clean. We used the shower in the RV so don't know about the showers. We were there to do some geocaching and sightseeing so really only used the site for a place to sleep. With FHU for $30 a night it more than served our needs. No fire rings or picnic tables. Trucked our garbage and recycling home since we didn't see any dumpsters. I didn't walk all around so I don't know if there was a playground or anything for kids to do. I think the staff is really working hard to make this a nicer place to stay. I think the area music festivals and the EAA fly-in is where they make their money. For what we needed the site for we would stay there again. - Blu1e
Jun 2017 - $30.00
This is a hard campground to review. The other reviews are too old to be helpful. The campground is open year round. It is walkable only to the EAA, but a lot of shopping and restaurants are nearby including the outlet mall across the highway. All types of sites and cabins are available. The sites at the front are shaded and full hook-up which seems to be rare around Oshkosh. Some are 50 amp, some only 30. The 8 showers are each in individual rooms. The staff we met were extremely friendly and helpful. There was no staff here when we arrived; I think it is only staffed during special events so you need to call ahead. We called and were told to pick a site; they would catch up with us later. They accept only cash or personal checks. Sites were mostly level, grass with some gravel. The campground is one of the quietest we've ever stayed in. There are no child oriented amenities such as a playground. The grounds were clean but overgrown; they mowed most of it while we were here. All the connections worked well. A quiet pleasant stay for us. - Pktva