10 RV Parks near Independence, Wisconsin
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Independence. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Independence in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $27.00
We have stayed here several times for one night; it is a convenient half way point on one of our usual trips.
The rates have gone up $2 a night since our last visit.
There are several open sites tonight but it is mid-week. All the sites that we drove by are reserved for this weekend.
We like this place. We will stay here again, I am sure. - skigramp
Jul 2015 - $22.00
This is a nice city operated campground. It's a few miles south and west of I94 and within easy driving distance of Eau Claire, about 30 minutes away. There are basically two sections of the campground. The older section consists of sites 1-21. These sites are grass camping spots with plenty of trees and a feeling of privacy. They are also water/electric only. Sites 22-42 are developed gravel campsites offering full hookups. There aren't as many trees, but a few of the sites look out over the upper portion of the lake. Many of the others border a big open grassy area that has a mown park-like feel. There are restroom/shower buildings in both sections of the park as well a big children's playground and two volleyball courts - these get a lot of use by the locals. Adjacent to the campground and, in fact, right next to several of the campsites in the older section of the campground is a nice nine-hole golf course. If a person likes to golf they can basically walk out of their camper and onto a fairway. My Verizon 4G worked well and since we were backed up to a wide open field I had no problem at all getting a satellite signal. Also worth mentioning is that the campground has excellent WiFi, a rare find in most any campground. - nazpaz
Aug 2013 - $20.00
Very nice city owned campground next to local 9 hole golf course with bar and grill and city park. All gravel or grass back in sites in two areas - old section without sewer, but lots of shade, and new section with sewer connections and some shade. No AT&T phone service but Verizon works very well. We camped in a FHU site w/sewer and cable TV for $20/night. $2/night less for the no sewer sites. We would stay here again whenever in the area. - TX Camper
Sep 2017 - $33.00
Park like feel to this RV resort. Extensive grassy areas are very green and well manicured. Sites are staggered and there is no feeling of being next-door to another RV. - sp123
Aug 2017 - $53.00
Stayed here a hear ago and gave it high ratings. Now, on a summer weekend, it was not pleasant. They let too many people on a site - some had 2 large tents plus an RV and several cars and what looked like several families. Made the park way too crowded and loud. They seem to not enforce their own quiet hour rules. We will not come again on a weekend. - padre
Jun 2017 - $42.00
This is a very nice campground with large roads and pull thru spots. The pool and little store were nice. It is very easy to find and there are fuel stops at the exit. The staff was very pleasant. We only stayed one night while passing thru, but we would go back often if it wasn't over 700 miles from our house. - diesel43
Jul 2014 - $30.00
I am afraid this "resort" gets the award for the worst campground we have stayed at-ever! First of all, it is NOT a resort, basically a bunch of campsites set in a pine thicket with a bar in the middle. Most people who were there were full time 'summer people'. The road getting there is very, very crooked and narrow, not big rig friendly at all. When I checked in, I asked if they had clean, hot showers, 'oh yes', the lady proprietor assured me. We decided not to unhook to go back down the very crooked road to town to get a bite to eat, so elected to eat at the bar. Very expensive food that was ok at best. We later wished we'd just gone back to town for a meal. The 'clean showers' were a joke, two unisex rooms with a toilet, sink and open shower(no shower curtain), tacked onto the back of the bar. Someone had seen fit to steal all the toilet tissue, so had to provide our own. Apparently the 'full timers' living there use them as their own, as their personal toiletries were scattered all over shower room. Floor was bare concrete, and nasty, nasty, nasty. I hated to even sit my shower bag on the floor, particularly since the entire floor gets wet from the open shower. Overall, just a awful, nasty experience for what I had been assured was a 'very clean, hot shower' by the proprietor. We couldn't wait to get up the next morning and get out of there and find something better. Definitely not worth the price they charge to stay at the 'resort'. - Southwest Travelers
Aug 2007 - $25.00
This campground is considered a "party campground" by local residents. We went with 2 other families and unfortunately picked "Poker Run - Harley Motorbikes" weekend. Not many campgrounds in the area have weekend openings so we went anyway. Despite some obvious problems (loud bar & a band playing till midnight) we had a good time. The pool was clean (someone told us the state just made them clean it- that makes me wonder). The bathrooms were fair - older - only 1 house and they were a bit grimy but usable. The playground was older but my kids still had fun. The Black river was awesome and kept all the children occupied the whole day. We fished but didn't catch anything, we swam, and built many sand creations. I would go again to give this place another chance. - travlin-with-tots
May 2017 - $26.00
The 322 arce park is located on the Mississippi backwaters and has a boat launch and separate canoe/kayak launch. There are also very reasonably priced canoe/kayak rentals. The park also includes a nature center, 2 miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, a playground, canoe/kayak trail and excellent fishing opportunities. There are 3 campgrounds with a total of 65 sites. There are 22 sites with electric, all are in the north campground where the shower building is also located. The south campground has 35 sites, 18 on the water and 10 with water access across the road. The only downside is that there is a very active rail line running close to the park. You can actually feel the ground vibrate in the north campground. However, we stay here every Memorial day and after a while you get used to the rail traffic. - Snayte
May 2018 - $45.00
Quiet park next to a wilderness area, which creates a BIG mosquito population. Be sure to pack your bug spray. Close to great birding areas. Great walleye fish fries. - jeanne gowan
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Pricey had to pay for showers etc... swimming pond fun for kids ... campground kept up well. - Wisco
Aug 2016 - $46.00
Stayed here a few days visiting La Crosse because it seemed like the only park in the area with full hookups. The longer we were there, the more impressed we became. Park is mostly well-kept seasonals, most in the trees. They also have nightly full hookup and W/E-only sites, all in the sun. Our full hookup site was wide and flat, with the hookups in the right place. It's the kind of place that is busy on weekends, and pretty quiet midweek. Staff was friendly and helpful. They have a good-sized swimming pond with sand beach. There is a snack shop/bar by the pond that is only open on weekends. Looked like a good place to take kids. I would stay here again. Verizon phone and Internet worked well. - JA1800
Nov 2015 - $17.00
The weekend we were here was a very busy weekend, but was quiet at the same time. The campsites were of decent size, but giving you privacy from others. Shower/bathroom houses were old, but were kept clean. The ladies room ran out of toweling and hand soap, and some people left their children's dirty diapers on the floor next to the trash bins, which has was rather unpleasant. On a good note, there are plenty of walking trails and scenic areas for picture taking. Canoe rentals are available to paddle around on the Mississippi plus there is swimming allowed (but no beach front) as one would dive in around the boat docks. Beautiful sunsets. One final statement - the speed limit is 10mph and drivers need to slow down as there are a lot of curves going around the campsites and children playing or riding bikes, and some drivers come flying around the curves much higher faster than they should. Overall, I will stay here again. Lot spacing is nearby and mostly shady. Site surface is gravel, dirt and grass; featuring a fire ring and picnic table. - SerenityFix
Aug 2015 - $17.00
This is a beautiful park on the Mississippi River. Our campsite was partially shaded with a picnic bench and a fire ring. There are two nice bathrooms with shower facilities and several pit toilets throughout the campgrounds. There are several hiking and biking trails as well as canoe and kayak rentals. The roads are paved and sites are easy to access. This is definitely a park we will return to in the near future. - User3016
Jun 2015 - $29.00
Bathrooms were very dirty. The men's stunk to high heaven! Only had two shower houses and they were too far to walk to and dirty as well. There was a wasp nest up in the electrical box that was was decent size with a wasp on it. Was not an enjoyable experience. Won't be back. - Lisa Hagee
Jul 2016 - $29.00
Rate seemed fair for water and electric only. Site was big and lake side; there were no unexpected extra fees.
A little confusing finding site; explanation was rushed and confusing. - Travelor
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We were satisfied with the park. The gentleman at the information desk at the beginning was polite, and check in was quick, since I had called earlier in the week. The layout/numbering of the sites was a little confusing. Due to looking online, I had a general idea where my site was, but the signs were very small, and looked like they were still in the process of restructuring. When I initially hooked up my electricity, i wasn't sure if I was using the right box, it had my site number, but also had two other site numbers. The water hookup was similarly confusing. I ended up disconnecting a permanent residents pressure washer gun (I did reconnect it when I left) and hooking in that way. We weren't sure if the lines were owned by the campground or the other residents.
The site was moderately clean. There was some small litter, but nothing that upset us too much. The site was very large in width, which was nice. Having a picnic table and fire pit was also good. The WiFi had recently been boosted and reached our site on the river, good enough to watch Netflix when going to bed (a few buffering breaks).
Our biggest complaint would be noise. The train rolls through pretty frequently. Not only that, but I don't believe there is a "quiet time," since some of our neighbors were up pretty late partying.
We weren't overly impressed with the grounds, and aren't likely to stay again, but wouldn't be opposed if we were in the area and needed someplace to stay for the night while traveling through. - joshnichols84
Jun 2015 - $25.00
The sites are level, grassy, each with a picnic table and fire ring. Lots of trees and free Wi-Fi, fast enough at times to stream NETFLIX and HBO. As people noted, the water is a large hose run to all sites, with splitters. When everyone is using the water, the pressure can be low, so we simply filled our tank and used our pump. As for being potable, I'm sure it was, but we NEVER drink water out of our tanks anyway. I'm not sure why a person would think that the flooding would affect the safety of the water any more than the fact that the main hydrants are in the ground to start with? You are either in the first row, only 20' or so from the secondary channel of the Mississippi River, or in one of the two next rows, which still put you with a pretty doggone good view for $25 a night! Yes, there are plenty of permanent RVs, locals who spend their weekends, but the place has always been kept up well over the years. We probably come every 5-7 years and have never seen it with overgrown vegetation. Perhaps flooding would be affecting maintenance occasionally, but as a rule, they were pretty much mowing somewhere the entire week we were there this time. As for picking your own site, it was busy when we were there and I had reserved ahead of time, so I didn't have that option. OTOH, how can you complain that you get to pick which site you want? Seriously, I'd sure have picked a heck of a lot of different sites than I've been shoved into at other parks. This place had extensive, and I mean EXTENSIVE, playground areas off to the side. It was and always has been one of our favorite places to stay when we are in the area and I would rather hook up to a garden hose than pay another $10-15 a night to only have the short hose (still a hose!) between a hydrant and my rig. The campground closes to outsiders at 10:00 p.m. and was quiet for the entire week we were there. - chixs
Oct 2017 - $31.00
Stopped in again on the way home - this time we stayed in one of the huge pull through lots in the lower section - full hookups and the cable worked great - we did not try the WIFI -Price is a great value - quiet off the freeway campground Of note this campground in open until late November. - rr2254545
Sep 2017 - $55.00
Beautiful park, site 60 was gorgeous: on a hill with a steep approach and descent, but just go slow. Stair step design of sites, means your porch is above neighbors utilities with a bush separating sites. Great!
We were here late season and should have stayed an extra day or two to enjoy. Obligatory KOA railroad track nearby, loud truck traffic passing by on road, both of which you learn to ignore. Dark at night so great star gazing site. Friendly staff, weak wifi. 1 or 2 bars for ATT & Verizon. Would stay here again. - RVStudent
Sep 2017 - $39.00
Love this well groomed park with plenty of flowers, apple trees, sunny spots and shady ones. Clean heated pool, showers and bathrooms. Laundry room is in recreation room and next to pool enabling swimming while clothes in wash. All the staff been super friendly. While we are 1800 miles from home, look forward to coming back. - ThePattersons
May 2018 - $36.00
Disregard the nice four star ratings below. Yes, the staff is great. Very accommodating. However, I rated them a one for the following reasons: 1) TRAINS ... all day and all night. There is a major train route across the highway as well as an intersection. The trains blast their horns all night. You won't sleep. 2) This is not an RV park or campground. It is a trailer park with a few spots for transients. A lot of the trailers are dilapidated and cluttered. 3) The park is located in a bowl. You have to drive down a steep, winding and narrow road to get to the parking area. The main road is full of pot holes and has not been maintained. - firsttimefulltimer
Jul 2017 - $41.00
The facility was very nice and had a "small town" quality to it. We stayed over the 4th of July and there was music, dancing and a great atmosphere for children. This family owned campground couldn't have been more accommodating to us. Right from day one, they knew our names and needs. They went out of their way to make us feel right at home. We were originally going to stay 3 to 5 days and ended up staying for 11! Great place to camp! - Janet Panebaker
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Stayed here for the first time and it was excellent. Small, quiet environment. Owners and staff are awesome. These new owners have made many improvements and it shows. - Grumpy159