9 Parks near Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Aug 2016 - $33.00
We stayed in this lovely State Park for three nights. They have many activities and nature walks to participate in. I went on a bird walk early the first morning here. Unfortunately we didn't see many birds but did learn a lot from the volunteer doing the walk. We only had electric at our site and it's a bit misleading when you pay for your site, as you also need to pay $11.00 a day for a park pass. The beaches are clean and lots of picnic tables and benches to sit on. I also had lots of great roads to ride my bike and hikes to do with my dog. Definitely recommend this lovely surprise!! - Barb Stout
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is the camping area that we come back to every year. Mature trees and great hiking paths. You can walk through forest or sand dunes. A nice beach area . It also has a nature center. Easy drive to a very nice city where you can find anything that you would need. - toedoc
May 2013 - $30.00
No water hookups nor sewage but electrical worked fine. This is a state park so must pay state fees. Lovely park setting. If you are a big rig, you park on the road in side little parking spaces - if you are smaller you can park in the inside of the park in a more woodsy setting closer to lake Michigan. It is peaceful and lovely. Very rustic but would stay there again - it was cold and windy when we stayed but still a nice location. I am sure in the summer it is wonderful - FrancisandRenee
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Stayed for one night with a 45 ft MH and 20 foot trailer. Office was supposed to be open until 5 on Sunday - closed at 3. Had to work with security and maintenance folks - who were very helpful. Roads are VERY twisty and narrow. LOTS of low tree limbs. I was 45 fee/MH with a 20 foot trailer that could not be disconnected nor could I back into a regular space. We were given a space in a large grass field near the office. Difficult to navigate. If it rains/has rained you will be in trouble. Could never get the bus close to level. Also turned out the they had no sewer and only 30 amp in this area. Also no cable. Eventually one of the helpful maintenance guys suggested I plug into 50 amp electrical in an unoccupied cabin nearby. Thankfully I had 50 foot extension. Forget satellite - air TV was one national channel. Leaving involved dodging more low limbs - unsuccessfully and running over a grass median with a cut down tree stump to get an angle to escape. There are a lot of permanent looking units there which are nicely kept. Nice surroundings but the area where I was given is not big rig friendly if you are unable to disconnect your trailer/car. - Zoey and Reba
Jun 2016 - $19.00
We stayed in the 50 amp, W/E overnight site with our Thousand Trails discount. The site was long an flat. Roads in the park are extremely narrow, and all one way. Uncomfortable driving through in the motor home. The park was mostly annual sites. People and staff were friendly. Facilities were clean and well maintained. Good satellite and Verizon. We would stay here again when in the area. - Deniselg53
Jul 2015 - $1.00
The rate reflects Thousand Trails Membership. There was no additional charge for 50 amp service. This campground has 667 sites. Out of those, 454 are occupied or for sale seasonal sites. 48 sites are for tents and the balance of 165 are overnight or "premium" overnight sites. I believe the "premium" is with septic. Some of the overnight sites are pretty small and would not accommodate larger units. There are 22 larger pull-through sites. There is no shade in the larger area however the temperatures were in the 70s most of the time we were here. Plenty of shade trees in other areas. We camped in a 34' rigand had plenty of room in the pull-through section. I would stay here again. - krisbw
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Driveway in has you wondering where you will end up; road looks as though it washes out occasionally. There were two nights of heavy rain and grass sites were soft and became muddy. Electric dropped to below 110 volts, which is not good for onboard electrical/electronics.
Campground is remote and quiet. But also lies low. Our site happened to be in a low area of the campground. Marsh was across the road. Believe it or not, there were NO mosquitoes, which was great! - be rob
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Lowest campground power I have ever seen!
Voltage dropped from 122 volts to 98 volts when I turned on the air conditioner! Fortunately, it was cool enough in the evening that we didn't need it.
Interior roads a mess! Lumpy and bumpy, full of mud holes.
Our friends in a 5th wheel had to put their truck in 4-wheel drive to get in and out of their site. I understand the campground can't stop the rain, but they can put gravel down!
Looked like a junkyard as we entered with derelict campers and unidentifiable machinery.
This campground appears to cater to locals who want to get away for the weekend.
Sorry, just can't agree with previous reviews. I would have rated it a bit higher had the electrical been up to par, but not by much.
When I spoke to the campground about the power situation, I was told that when it rains, the power is bad. Obviously, they know there is a problem but have not addressed the issue. Maybe it was just my site, I don't know.
Our site was barely long enough for our 28 foot TT. We had to park our tow at an unused site nearby. - thetravelkids
Sep 2014 - $20.00
It is a little ways from activities in Sheybogan and Kohler, which is what we were there for. But it was quiet, dark at night, and the hosts couldn't be any nicer! They escorted us to our site, helped with directional parking, had trimmed some trees to make sure we wouldn't scratch our new rig and in fact gave us 2 sites to use. Table provided, fire ring. Appears they have a number of seasonal residents and the campground is tiered. NO Wi-Fi, but she offered to come up to the office and use her hot spot. Security cameras and Lake Ellen is within walking distance, very pretty setting. For the price and friendliness we would definitely consider staying here again. - Yamaman
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This campground has only been open for less than 10 years and is already very popular. Not much shade on the camp sites but they are well kept. Great place to camp. New shower room (private ). - toedoc
Jul 2013 - $19.00
Price is for site only. Reserve America charges a processing fee per registration of about $9 and we had to spend $35 for an annual pass, since the $10 out of state daily feel was more. We did have 50 amp service, which was nice but no water or sewer. Our site was a back in and a bit tricky as it was surrounded by trees. We were able to get satellite but had to put the dish toward the road. The site was very private and had a large area behind the RV that was open and we enjoyed sitting outside there. We were sightseeing in the area and this worked out well. The Lake Michigan beach in the park was very nice. Site was level and Verizon phone and air card worked well here. - Danni
Aug 2011 - $19.00
Rate of $19 per night does not reflect the $10 transaction fee and the $35 for a state sticker. Reservations are tricky, you have to go through a third party. This a very nice place to stay. The roads are wide and paved and the sites are very secluded. The restrooms and showers were clean. We would definitely stay here again. - Gladabout
Aug 2010 - $22.00
Rate is PPA. Lots of kids, but if you have them, there's lots to do. Connections were poorly planned, and most hookups are in the wrong location. Fishing lake is just a stagnant pool of water in a field. Lots of permanent residents. This is a family themed park, with arcades, movies, outdoor areas, and pool. No Wi-Fi, except a pay log-in that we did not use. We would probably look for another park if in the area again, but was ok for a night. - Matt&Nessa
Aug 2010 - $39.00
This is a very popular campground for local people with many families staying here for weeks during the summer season. We were staying here for a week during the PGA Championship tournament being held near Sheboygan. We were greeted at the entrance gate and were provided with information and site location from the gatehouse person (a very friendly college-aged woman). We had problems from the beginning as we could not find our electric or water hookups at the site. We had requested and paid for full hookups. In addition, the site was an interior, sloping site between transient sites and seasonal sites. While I waited at the site, my wife took our tow vehicle to the park office, about 400 yards down the access road. She returned several minutes later with the park's general manager who was very helpful in showing me where the "missing" hookups were: shared with several of the seasonal sites. I let him know that the site was unacceptable to us (which had been assigned by the phone rep when we made our reservations months earlier). He said he understood and assigned us to a far superior site near the center of the park and near all the amenities offered. The other negative was that the park had a plague of mosquitos! You could not leave your RV without repellent on. We left at the end of the week with bites all over us. For families the park may be a terrific place, with many, many activities for kids. It's also a NASCAR-themed park for people interested in that. We will not stay here again. - Jim J
Jun 2010 - $38.00
We reserved a spot here for our Spring Vacation. Even though we specifically requested a 50A site, upon arriving, we were put into a 30A one. The spot is slightly uneven, and is missing quite a bit of gravel. The water hookup is shared, and needs to be routed under the RV (It is readily apparent that this RV park (really cannot call it a 'resort') is geared towards 'seasonal' and/or 'permanent' residents - the majority of the spots are not available for a nightly or a weekly stay. Wi-fi signal is 50-70%, apparently requires $$, but the landing web site does not even come up. We were not able to use the Wi-fi; stuck with our Verizon Broadband card. DirecTV satellite is working well. In summary, extremely beautiful area, with tons of 'outdoorsy stuff' to do, but this park is definitely not a resort. If you will be using the park as a 'home base' to explore the area, mostly sleeping in your unit, a good choice; if you're looking for a nice park to stay around your rig & relax, we'd advise against this park. - k9amz
Aug 2014 - $22.00
Electric (30 amp) and water. No dump on site. Toilets are pit (not too inviting) and no showers available. Excellent Verizon cellular voice and data. Site #8 was blocked by trees for satellite service. This was a beautiful park and the shaded sites were beyond spacious - probably 70 feet deep and 80 feet wide. The sites face the lazy Milwaukee River. There are only 3 sites with electric and water (8,9,&10); and 7 dry sites. Reservations are made by phone. Never got the host directly on the phone (he's always out working the park), but he did return calls. Be patient.. Site #8 had electrical issues but we worked through them by reducing the power to the battery charger. The park is only 30 minutes from Milwaukee. We visited the Harley Davidson Museum and Riverwalk. The Miller Brewery Tour was missed. We would stay here again. This park would be a 10 if it had clean restrooms and showers; 11 if it had sewer connections. - Kokomo
Sep 2013 - $22.00
There are 10 sites available. Two have 30 amp service, and 1 has 50 amp and water. This is a county park and is just being developed for camping. Lots of shade trees, roads are all paved, and all lots face the Milwaukee river. Caretaker lives on site, and there is a drop box for payment. You can reserve over the phone, and credit cards are accepted. - huskeringi
Sep 2010 - $28.00
We camped here Labor Day weekend with a last minute reservation. They just had a cancellation and we were able to get a peninsula site on the lake and it was really nice. I agree with the other post that the campground is made up of a lot of seasonal sites who could use a good clean up. Water was accessible at the back of the site but electric was at the front and on the curb side so we had the cord running across the site. We love the Kettle Moraine area and will be back. Campground was quiet and campers were respectful, except for one family who would not clean up after their dog. Loved that the campsites were semi-private with trees and bushes between most of the campsites! Peninsula would be really hard to navigate with anything bigger than 25 feet. Had a nice bar and a separate grill. - weasel007
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
Jun 2009 - $18.00
We have been to Mauthe Lake several times. Wonderful state park. Staff is helpful and friendly. Facilities are clean with plenty of hot water. Lake is fun and clean. It is a very nice campground with nice playground, beach., fishing pier, little store, beautiful trail around the lake. Milwaukee river flows through Mauthe Lake. Our kids, 6,4, and 1 love this place. The campground is nice, clean and very quiet. The campsite itself is very wooded and secluded. Would come back in a second! - basiamil