1 Park near La Crosse, Wisconsin
Jul 2015 - $37.00
Camp here if you love boating and fishing. Mosquitoes were terrible, and after heavy rain the sites were lightly flooded but that inhibited movement around the site due to the standing water.
Utility hook ups were on a shared post that required in our case an extension cord on our electrical hook up.
Although "cable TV" was advertised on their web site it was nonexistent. The office clerk said "it got washed away in one of last year's rains."
There is NO "wifi" access. - grandflic
Jul 2015 - $37.00
I have mixed feelings about this campground. I don't consider it a "resort" by any means, but they have a door marked "banquet hall" and apparently have events there. There are branches of the Mississippi all around the campground, so many people have boats moored near the campsites, and many sites are seasonal. There are no sewer connections at all, probably because of potential floods, and there's a honey wagon for long-term folks. Since there are over 600 sites, I was amazed that there is only one bathroom with only 4 showers! They weren't really dirty, but they are very dated and there was water everywhere from so much use. They had put a bucket of sand for cigarettes INSIDE the bathroom and it smelled like smoke! (I moved it outside!) We saw two port-a-potties in a second section of the campground. They advertise cable, but the sign said it's not working, which seems to be routine, since another reviewer said the same thing 2 years ago! And, the only Wi-Fi was at the office. My phone just barely had enough signal for data. That said, it's an attractive campground with lots of trees...just really crowded in the summer. And, it's close to the city. - mom2wildlife
Jun 2015 - $39.00
I would have preferred a separate entrance for the campground. Checking in at the bar is challenging when it's a full crowd and loud music. Then I had to go back to ask for firewood which was another challenge. Unfortunately, the firewood was wet and a waste of money so no fire. There are no site sewers and that Sunday we arrived the dump station was closed. Fortunately it was back open by the time we left. The site was beautiful and the camp was quiet at night. We had a nice bat show at dusk which we enjoyed and seemed to keep bugs at bay. If you have slide-outs and an awning, do not take sites 105 or 106 since there are large trees in the way. We had to change sites to accommodate our awning and slide-outs. - Dr sandra d