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16 RV Parks near Reedsville, Wisconsin
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Reedsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Reedsville in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $38.00
They have a really nice pond and weekend campers stay around the pond. We were in sites 106-108 with friends. The sites were good size. Our friends in 106 put their pop up under trees and parked their vehicle where the camper should go but it was all sun. Owner didn't have any issues with that. My site was 107 and other friends was 108 and he pulled to so our door would open to each other, again no complaints from owner. We enjoyed the pond a lot! The campground offered big inflatables to play on and it was fun watching others play on them. I didn't use the rest rooms but the showers looked like they were not cleaned but I could be wrong on that! We had a nice relaxing stay. The river is BEAUTIFUL!!! We will go back again to this campground! The owner is very nice and very laid back. We didn't encounter a lot of noise or anything. Great place to stay! - tammiann61
Jul 2011 - $30.00
First, I did NOT camp at this campground. I live nearby and made a short visit to see if I wanted to camp there. So the only thing I can speak of is access to this park. Access is not good for a large RV. The road into the campground is steep, fairly narrow, and eroded to the point that there are large ruts. I would be afraid of bottoming out. However, to be fair, I saw one Class A that had successfully made the trip into the campsite. - zulu
Jul 2008 - $30.00
Very pretty area, river area is beautiful. Some of the sites around the pool are quite open without much shade. Pool was packed with kids. Definitely a family friendly place. Those who want a more child free quiet retreat may want to look elsewhere or at least avoiding setting up near pool area. - m3s
Jul 2015 - $20.00
We have been to group RV functions (120-150 motorhomes) at the Manitowoc Expo Center twice in the past 5 years. When not reserved for groups, many of the sites are available for overnight/longer stays at a reasonable price. Most are water/electric sites but there is a dump station on site. "Midway" sites on pavement may not be the most level, but there are plenty of grassy options. The first row of paved sites, near the Expo Office, has 50A wiring but I'm not sure it's available to the general public (special cords were used to connect to the panel for our club's dignitaries). Most sites are open and satellite TV should be no issue. Power was strong; even with warm weather and lots of rigs, voltage didn't drop out. There are signs indicating a local WiFi service in the buildings but we were unable to see it to connect. - RvTravelerNTechie
Aug 2011 - $25.00
We took a gamble on this campground since it was close to Green Bay but it turns our it was a bad decision. The site we had was plenty long enough for our rig and it was nicely shaded but that pretty well covers the good. The bathrooms were quite possibly the worst that I have ever seen. We immediately decided to not use them. There was nothing to entertain ourselves with except the owner's dog. On the plus side, the dog did not bite. We would not return. - Meyer Camping
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 2016 - $41.00
We stayed one night on our way to Peninsula State Park, Door County, Wisconsin. We arrived on a Sunday evening and most camping spaces were vacant. Lots were very spacious. Only a few small trees in our area. We pulled into our site. No cable, no internet,no sewer. There was a distant view of Lake Winnebago. They have a pool which we did not use. We really liked the extra large dog park. However, if you have an escape artist he could get out in certain sections of the bottom of the fence. There was a large seasonal population in the wooded area. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Lake View Campground was in a beautiful setting; however, I was very disappointed with the sites. Since we have a 40' Fifth Wheel, we were assigned site #130. Due to an embankment at the back of the site we were unable to fit! We chose site 126 and leveled up---but the slope was extreme. Some sites were level while others were worse than ours. Two piles of dog poop was on our site.
The wooded sites are the seasonal sites, and it appears that the open, grassy sites,where we stayed, are more like overflow sites.
By the way, the power and water in the Lakeview Circle Loop was at the front of each site.
We would not stay here again. - -Traveler-
Jul 2016 - $37.00
This campground was the July monthly choice for our local camp group and the transient area of the park where we camped was wide open, treeless, bordered by a soybean field and with a great view overlooking Lake Winnebago. There are 38 sites available for transients. The rest of the park is primarily seasonal and their sites are located in a heavily wooded area. Given the warmth of the days, some shade would have been nice but there was a steady unobstructed breeze that helped cool us off. The campground's utility layout is puzzling at best. All the sites in our area had a pedestal located near the front corner on the curb side of the rig if you backed in. It's like they were designed for a coach park. The option we chose was to pull forward into the site so the utilities were on the proper side but you had to drive onto the grass to get your rig setup properly on the pad. There was plenty of room for that maneuver at every site. Evidently the owners don't mind so most everyone in the group did likewise. Those who didn't, ran power and water under the rig to the other side. There is no sewer, but they have two dump stations conveniently located side by side as you exit. The pads are gravel and most of the sites will require varying degrees of leveling due to the sloping terrain in this area of the campground. Patios are grass. Site length is very generous and site width is incredible with 60+' between rigs. Water pressure was good at around 45psi. 50a electric was stable and heavily used due to the heat. The park is geared to families with an on-site restaurant, a pool (always full of youngsters when we were there), put-put golf, disc golf, game room and lots of golf carts. The park was full the weekend we stayed and some of our neighbors pushed the limits of the quiet time rule by an hour. Once they left on Sunday everything was peaceful and serene. We would come back to this campground again but during the week. - Born2Roam
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Love this campground. We spent 6 nights there and loved it. The indoor pool is great but I couldn't get the whirlpool to operate. No big deal anyhow. The full hook ups are well placed. We were in site #21 which is the end site so we had all kinds of privacy. Being a older campground the sites are kind of close but we were able to put our awning out without any space problems. The staff we dealt with were very friendly and helpful. The Two Rivers/Manitowoc area has tons of activities and great restaurants. We definitely will go back to this facility. - jackmroz
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Price reflects Good Sam membership. We paid for 6 nights and received the 7th night free in a lake view pull thru FHU site. Gravel roads, sites and turns are very narrow but managed okay in our 43' class A. Trees and/or neighbor prohibited use of our awning. Delightful walking/biking trail across the highway along Lake Michigan. Verizon cellular was weak and calls dropped but our MiFi seemed to work fairly well. Fire ring and picnic table were located a bit close to the rig. They promptly lopped off some low tree limbs so that we could get out our slides. This was our second stay and we would stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Jul 2016 - $40.00
These RV sites are part of a small motel/RV park complex just across the highway from Lake Michigan. Most sites are pull-through with FHU and an internet system that worked for our minimal (e-mail and surfing) usage. The sites are very close together and looked level. There is no cable but most of the PT sites appear clear for satellite TV. There is an indoor pool and mini-golf course. - Jerry S
Jul 2018 - $39.00
Won't stay here again. I answered no to the restroom and shower questions because if you have a larger rig you will have to stay in the upper section which has no shower or restroom facilities. If you need them, you can hike down the dirt driveway onto the road and then hike another few hundred feet down to the lower section where they do have those facilities. The sites are pull through, but very uneven. As said in other reviews, there is a lot of road noise and dust, and we got to experience the sewer smells when the honey wagon came around to pump several of the seasonal camper's tanks. They have a dump station down in the lower lot, but we couldn't make the turns to get to it, so we used Cabella's down the road. - glenstmary
Jul 2018 - $38.00
We stayed in the "hilltop part of the park". The noise from the highway was horrific! There are no toilets or showers in the hilltop section!! We had to walk down a dirt road, then down the street and back into the main part of the park, or you can drive, to get to the showers. Then to find out you have to pay for a shower was more than a little annoying. The gravel pads were not close to being level. It smelled like sewage the whole time. I guess if you need a place to stay overnight you can, but my suggestion is find a hotel with enough room for your rig and stay there for the night. - Chat
Jun 2018 - $39.00
Apple Creek had some good and bad points. It's an older campground and has a terrible entry/exit with it being too narrow, especially for multiple big rigs. We got there and then found out that we had to turn around and go to another area that had a separate entrance. In the mean time, other rigs were coming in and we had to wait for them to move before we could exit. I did prefer where we stayed, which was away from the main campground and down the road. The spaces were wider and easy to get a big rig into them. We could also get satellite and it was quieter than the main campground with lots of campers, trailers, and kids. As mentioned by others, there definitely is a dairy odor. It comes and goes. The location of the park is a bit of a drive from De Pere but not unreasonable. The campground itself just looked old and worn and although they seem to want to maintain it, it could be in better shape. It was nice to have the pool since it was so hot. It was clean but not in good repair. They were showing movies in the rec area on a big TV and that was nice. Our space was a little tough to level but long enough that we could manage it. Utilities were good and there was plenty of space to walk our dog and use an area not on other sites. Verizon voice and data were good. Use the directions from the campground to get there once you get off the freeway and don't turn in where you see the RVs up on the hill. The entrance is further down. Our GPS wanted to put us on the frontage road, but we didn't follow it. Glad we didn't. - Danni
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
Sites: 18 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 16 Reviews
Jul 2018 - $22.00
I had read the reviews on Passport America but decided we'd stay and judge for ourselves. Under new owners. Many new improvements. Host was very helpful, assistance with parking, ice,laundry, recommendations of activities. We were given the weekly rate. Large back in site with 30 amp, water, sewer. hookups. With mother nature's assistance we only used our A.c. 1 day. I would highly recommend this small but quaint campground. - Lorie Lee Spark2skip
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Our first time camping. As new campers we needed help. The manager spent nearly an hour with us helping to set up camp on the outside and helping with questions on the inside of the rig. Gave us tips For both the present and when traveling in the future. Helped when it was time to leave. The camp is undergoing numerous renovations and at the same time was very peaceful. - Gleam
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Run down RV park/Marina in a run down town. $5 extra charge/night for 'utility fee.' FHU. This place was attractive because of the Passport America price with weekend availability. Unfortunately, the website nor the PA site mentioned the extra $5/night 'utility fee,' so $15/night turned into $20/night, which is still cheaper than full price, but you've been warned. I believe all sites are FHU. This is a very small location amidst a residential block. The RV sites (all back-in) surround a small gravel lot, there is a large building that may have been a restaurant/bar, which is now the owner's office, and then there is a rickety dock with about 30 boat slips sitting on the river. Nothing else of note on premises. We were able to stream Netflix on the wifi. - Unknown_Normal
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Older RV park/ marina. Many seasonal. Some RVs are not in the best shape. Who cares? Not us! We were in site 89 and had an incredible view of the river and Lake Michigan. Staff very helpful. People in park friendly - Skipp
Jun 2017 - $30.00
The campground is part of a marina complex and is surrounded on 2 sides by rivers and on one side by Lake Michigan. Many of the sites are semi permanent or seasonal. We have camped her 3 times while visiting family in the area. Each time we were in a level grass site down near the lake. Beautiful views. Decent WiFi. - Donauw
Aug 2011 - $29.00
This marina based RV park is right on the entrance to the harbor and a breeze is always present. It is walking distance to town (a plus for me)and the bathrooms/showers are kept clean. The management is pleasant and helpful and I stayed a whole week! I would definitely return. - rst6