7 RV Parks near Strum, Wisconsin
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
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This park worked very well for our purpose so I rated accordingly. The campground is located on the Eau Claire Exposition grounds. The sites for RVs and other travel trailers that use electric are in a parking lot. We were the only ones there. The contact person said unless there is an event at the Expo Center the campground is sparsely used. Tents sites are located in a field near the picnic area.
The Restrooms are next to the picnic area and are clean and well lit. A single spacious shower is available for men and one for women. The park is clean, well lit and safe. However, there is no one on duty all the time. It is not somewhere to stay for a lengthy stay to be one with nature. It is a convenient , clean and safe place to stay on the way to a final destination or if you are involved in an Expo Event. - skeeter417
Jun 2015 - $25.00
If there are no events going on these campsites are for rent. The Expo center is easy on/off I-94 and good for an overnight . The location is only a few miles from major shopping and restaurants. The electric sites are 20 amp so you have to decide what you need on. If you have pets there is plenty of room to walk and trash cans to dispose of waste. There is also a walking trail with an honor pay station. Very quiet at night. - petpeople
Aug 2013 - $23.00
Friendly 90yo owner. Peaceful country setting, but lots of aunts. We sprayed and had no intruders. Hubby said bathroom was old, but serviceable. Lots of older rigs that appear to be stored there. Saw very few people milling about. Great place to stay when visiting family in Eau Claire. Would stay again. - KejLrtj
Sep 2008 - $19.00
This campground is located about 4 ½ miles southeast of Eau Clair along Hwy 12 not far off of I-94. The owner is a fellow that is 86 years young. He doesn’t do any of the work around the campground. There is a seasonal tenant that does most of the work and the grounds are well kept. The campground is located on about 12 acres of treed land and fairly level. There are not a lot of full hookup sites and most of these are taken up by seasonal campers. Many of the seasonal campers look like they are just barely able to make ends meet. Sites: Full-hookup sites are VERY narrow. Most are level and sandy/grassy. Electric is 30 amps. Most sites have at least water and electric. Numerous sites are suitable for satellite reception. Campground in General: The bath house is a very tired cinder block structure. It’s dark, wet and dingy and not very well maintained or cleaned. You’ll want to use your own unit. There is also a Laundromat in the back of the bath house and rates are less than the local economy. The back of the campground is used for trailer/vehicle storage. Pets are allowed. We had no issues with uncontrolled pets or barking. You will hear highway noise, but it’s not bad. There are many ‘ol duffers who come here every year. They are very friendly and will jump at any chance to help you. This is the closest campground to Eau Claire. Rates are okay; we paid $19/night for full hookups. There’s no website, like I said, Elmer is 86 years old and doesn’t have a clue about computers. There is no Wi-Fi or other means of internet access. Go to the Arby’s on Bus 53 for a free hotspot. Shoot on up to Chippewa Falls and take the Leinenkugel's brewery tour. You'll love it!! - DelArmy
Sites: 32 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Aug 2010 - $40.00
Their website says $30 a night. They actually charge $30 a night PLUS $5 a person. Very unstable electric and the owner admits he wired it himself. They tried putting us in a site that was too small and would have had the front of our MH sticking out into the road. Way overpriced for the condition of this campground. - srt20
Oct 2009 - $16.00
Very nice campground. Gravel roads and sites. Some shade sites, some without shade. Very nice playground for kids. Good Wi-Fi. Looks like they have about 30 more sites in development. Most sites were filled with seasonal rigs so there were only a few available. Our rate was using PA. We stayed for one night, but would stay again and for longer. - sendthefire
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
Jul 2017 - $55.00
Check-in was easy and we were escorted to our site which was on the top of a hill. This property takes pride in their grounds and native flowers and grasses abound. Our campsite was close to the road so a lot of road noise when it was busy but we didn't hear a thing at night. Beautiful night skies, we watched shooting stars and stared at the milky way for quite some time. Only negative was the wood and the fire pit were horrible. We like our campfires and are expert pyros and it took about an hour of constant work to get the fire going. Convenient when you're on the road. We only stayed 1 night on our way up to Minnesota but would stay here again. - EllenT