14 Parks near Odanah, Wisconsin
Aug 2014 - $21.00
We weren't sure what to expect when we arrived because the online reviews for this casino were so varied. The 12 sites are along the back of the parking lot and are all angle back in sites. They each have a 30/50 amp connection and a water hook-up. Sign in at the casino gift shop and they will send security out to unlock the utilities. We camped here on Labor Day weekend arriving early Friday afternoon. Plenty of sites available. 8 miles from the town of Ashland. - RosieandThumper
Aug 2012 - $21.00
As other reviewers have mentioned, hook ups are locked until you pay inside the gift/smoke shop. Check in was painful for us as another camper ran in ahead to get in line while her husband struggled to park their big fifth wheel unassisted. There was way too much paperwork to complete for an overnight stay. The clerk allowed two locals to then cut in ahead of me to buy cigarettes after my long wait for the previous camper, and then assisted a third cigarette buyer during our transaction. We had little to no Verizon signal and the WiFi signal was marginal. We enjoyed a great breakfast (despite the smoking permitted inside the restaurant) at the casino, dumped our tanks at the gas station and took care of some business at the post office next door. We will probably not stay again as we rely heavily on Verizon for internet and phone service. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Jul 2012 - $20.00
This is our second year in a row staying here. You check in at the casino gift shop and they have to unlock the utilities (W&E)for you. The major change from last year's review is that they now charge $20 a night (it was free last year). They have added WIFI (they give you the password at check-in). We lost the connection during the evening due to rain (according to the staff). I didn't know rain could shut down WIFI - it was just rain, not a thunderstorm. RVers also have access to the indoor pool at the casino lodge. Again, there are no separate RV park restrooms (there are some in the casino and gas station) or showers. There is a dump by the gas station. This is an OK one night stop in northern WI on US2. - Jerry S
Jul 2015 - $29.00
We had full hook-ups. The 7th day was free. Don't let the "Bar" part dissuade you. It is a comfy little campground. Free Wi-Fi was nice and strong. We would stay there again. - Bill from Kenosha
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Large enough grass and dirt pull through in the back. That's where the 50 amp sites are. Water pressure was fine and sewer hookup was in the right place. Electric connection gave me several ground fault alerts the first 24 hours and we had one brief campground wide power outage. I made a small adjustment to the connection box to solve the ground fault problem. WIFI did not work until the last 2 days - then it was fine. Owner seems to have other more interesting business interests. He did not know the name of the WIFI network and gave me a 3 year old rate sheet. If you want a full hook up site, this is about your only option within 50 mile or so. - ramblin' vagabonds
Sep 2014 - $34.00
The WiFi does not work at the campsite. You have to go into the station/office to use it. We had a good pull-through site with no overhanging trees. Since the leaves were falling, this prevented the collection of those on top of our rig. AT&T phone service is very poor - Verizon not much better! Just the area, not the campground's fault! We stayed 9 nights and got one night free. We would stay here again. - Foxes
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Very basic campground, sites level some dirt 1-21 and grass sites 25 - 38. Combination campground, gas station, bar, restaurant. The 50 amp sites are limited: call ahead.
Note: Site 18 is 50 amp but an "overflow" site, not level and prone to water, used as a road when not being used as a site so it is rutted. We were not told it was an overflow site, did not want to set my jacks in the mud, relocated to site 32 which is only 30 amp. Was grass and level with sewer, satellite friendly.
Camp used by 4x4 enthusiasts as there is a trail next to the campground. Turned out it was much quieter than it looked at first with the number of 4x4's on the campsites. Restrooms and trash a ways from the back sites. Great Verizon signal, do not know if there is park wifi. Roads easy enough for a big rig if you stay to the rear sites. There is a casino a few miles down the road. Food at the bar is limited but good. No dog park but lots of grass for Rover. - wtravlr1
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This is a mom and pops campground. It is not a resort, but a good old fashioned RV campground. The hosts are very courteous and helpful. A restaurant and bar are on the property, and the food was good. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. The sites were grass and level with ample room for slideouts. It is a quiet campground. It is great for an overnight stop or for a few days resting. We stayed here in a 39 foot fifth wheel and would stay here again if in the area. - Mike1987
Aug 2014 - $30.00
Our site was long, grassy and level with 30 amp service, water and sewer. The restrooms were quite a distance from our site. Showers were 50 cents, water flow was good but the floors were not clean and the facility dated. It was quiet and peaceful at night. We visited the Apostle Islands from there but it was a significant ride to Bayfield for the tour boat. There is not much else to do there. There were some off roaders at the campground and it seems that it is the big draw for this location. It is a good place for an overnight stay - Vagabondtayls
Jun 2010 - $18.00
Well My family and I are regulars since we live in Bessemer. We know the seasonals down here. If you like to go to bed early, DO NOT COME HERE!! There is a lot of partying here but it will be quiet by 11PM. The rate is a little expensive for what you get. 5 spots are walk-in spots and another 5 are tent spots along the lake so that doesn't leave many spots for trailers. If you are traveling I suggest you go to the driftwood where you can get a spot. There are no reservations. - Yooperboy
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Nice little City park. Bear in mind, other than monthly reserved sites, the whole park is on a first come first served basis, no reservations taken, and pay by check,or cash in an envelope placed in a secured drop box. Best time to get there is about noon or early afternoon as the place fills up fast in high season.
Nice trail that runs next to the lake for about 3 miles. Visit Bayfield, 17 mile drive. Boat trips to the Apostle Islands are nice. Nice new large casino about 2 miles north of Bayfield.
One final note... The City has a construction project ongoing the rest of 2016 in the lot adjacent (east) to the RV park. Extremely loud backup alarms and construction noise start at 6 AM and continue all day until 5 PM 6 days a week. - AlaskaJack
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is a self pay city park, checks or cash. Small, narrow roads on Chequamenon Bay. A little sandy beach but not for swimming. We had a good sunset view of the water. Easy walk to town, two blocks, to a local family restaurant, pizza store, Dairy Queen, local convenience store. Big storm day or two before we arrived and many trees were down around town and one near our site. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Was so glad we spotted this little city park as the hiway east was washed out and Walmart would not let you stay there even with major washout east on hiway 2 after major flooding. Beautiful spot. No office. Self check-in but does have a host camper to give you code to restrooms. - Rpopeye
Aug 2016 - $26.00
This is a nice, small campground right in the small town of Washburn and on Lake Superior. Some of the sites overlook the lake. We made reservations online, and there is one campground section for those who made online reservations. When you make your reservation, you have to pick a site, but it tells you nothing about that site...just if it's available for your date. Some of the sites are pretty small and some are not very level. These have electric, but no water or sewer. The sites that can be reserved are the ones in the woods. The wifi is fantastic...the fastest we've ever had in a campground! The bathrooms are typical campground and adequate. The showers are 25 cents for 3 minutes. My water took almost a minute to get hot. But since the camping rate is low, I didn't consider that a problem! They had some sort of festival the weekend before we got here and we were told that the place was packed, so if you want to come in late July, check for whatever event is going on here. - mom2wildlife
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Campground sits right on the shore of Lake Superior, with views of boats going in and out of the town harbor. During our visit, there were lots of seasonal campers and relatively few first come-first served sites remaining. So our site was a little short for parking our 5th wheel and 3/4 ton tow vehicle and had a mudhole on one front corner. But we would recommend it to others for a 1-2 night stay. - fanrgs
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Beautiful park in a beautiful setting. Lots of shade with spacious campsites. Electric hookup only. Arrive with your water tank full. Not easy to find water to fill up at the park. Short walk to downtown. Located right along Lake Superior, a few sites actually overlook the lake. This is a good place to spend a day or two. Excellent Verizon and AT&T phone and data service. - Charles3
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We were looking for a place to stay that would enable us to explore the Bayfield Peninsula and the Apostle Islands. We're self-contained and don't use the facilities. We stayed on weeknights in August.
This campground is a gem. The sites were large. Most had views of Lake Superior. It is self-service with a host - we didn't meet the host. There's good Verizon and AT&T coverage. There's free WiFi with variable speeds, depending upon time of day. Most sites have electric and there's an artesian well (standard hookup available) and dump station near the entrance/exit. - dsvt
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Nice park, some sites have Lake Superior views. Corners are tight around loops, watch for posts. We loved the area. Would definately stay here again. Electric only. An artisan well on property to fill our water jugs for drinking water. Dump station and potable water spigots. Many seasonal campers but they keep their sites neat & clean. Fills up most night, at least while we were here in July. - Coley
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a small park that is tight for large rigs; however, it can be done. Roads are narrow, but sites are rather large. Parking for a toad in front of the RV was tight. We found the park to be quiet with friendly local people making up most of the campers. This is a nice area that is close to the Twin Cities. - illini777
Sep 2015 - $45.00
It is hard to understand that the sites with electric had nasty, smelly, pit toilets and the showers were half a mile away. The sites were OK but you has to pay $10 for your car, $10 for electricity and $25 for camping. We have stayed in much nicer private campgrounds for less and got clean restrooms and showers near the sites. - PF Churchill
Jul 2015 - $17.00
This is a beautiful State Park in a wooded setting. This campground has several hiking trails that include a few waterfalls. Our site was shaded and had a fire ring and table with generous space. There are nice showers and toilets with running water as well as pit toilets available. We sighted several deer and other wildlife in the park, including a bear! - User3016
Aug 2011 - $22.00
We stayed in site 005 which had 30A electric in our 41-foot Class A for a week. We were able to walk down to the Bad River, a shallow, wide stream, from the back of site 005. But it was a good 1/2-mile through the woods. Nevertheless, on one walk to the river, I saw a doe and her fawn wading in the river. Though the shower building was about a 1/2-mile from our site, there were several showers and stalls and was kept very clean. However, the high point of this park are the falls along the Bad River. One word: spectacular! - zulu
May 2015 - $20.00
This park is on Madeline Island. You will need to take the fairy over. You'll be looking at approx. $130.00 round trip for 2 adults for the fairy ride. This is a nice Wi State Park. Plenty of beautiful views, water so clean it's deceiving how deep it is! Great hiking trails & a wonderful sand beach. The facilities are cleaned twice daily. Like most state parks, the is only electric, but you can fill your camper before getting to your site.
No pump- out at the park, but there is one at the municipal airport on the island.
A truly unique experience for the adventurous type. - rnv