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9 RV Parks near Suamico, Wisconsin
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Suamico. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Suamico in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Electric only. There are 10 sites: 2 with 50A, 8 with 30A, located behind the bingo hall/casino, parallel parked on a short road with grassy area alongside the sites. Just barely enough room for our 38' rig and car parked across the front of the rig. Well lit, patrolled often. Security officer friendly and helped a camp neighbor fix a flat on his trailer. Trash located near the sites. No reservations accepted, must park and pay inside the bingo hall/casino. I called ahead to make sure there were some spots open. Good cheap stay for small cost. Worked well for a couple nights. Located across from the airport, but we weren't bothered by the noise. - MissMyGolden
May 2013 - $15.00
They now charge $15 per night at the electrical hook up sites. It is still first come first served with check out 12 noon. Free parking still available in the parking lot. - JohnCathyR
Aug 2011 - $1.00
There are free 30 amp electric only hook-ups available on a first-come first-served basis behind the casino along the roadway. There is a nice wooded area w/picnic tables adjacent to it. Good for a one or two night stop. It is patrolled by security 24/7. We would stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Jul 2015 - $30.00
County park accepts only Wisconsin checks or cash which you deposit in a slot after choosing your site. Treed campground with lots of room between sites. Managed to peek at Dish satellite through tree branches. Large boat launch and pier with gravel swim beach. Green Bay was green when we were there so we didn't swim, but did kayak. Campground sits atop Niagara Escarpment for some interesting geology. - Appleknocker
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Wow a really beautiful county park that is very well maintained with large spacious sites. The sites and park is heavily wooded and there are some good hiking trails and spectacular views of Green Bay. Great location for visiting Door County and the area. We are planning a return to this nice park. Note: Brown Country does take reservations and does accept credit card payments with the reservations. - OldeJohn
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Because of a scheduling snafu on our part, we arrived on a busy June Saturday with no reservation. The camp hosts worked with us and, with the help of a very kind Ranger found us a good site. (We had begun looking for WalMarts!) The campground is beautiful, lots of trees, close to the water. A walking trail down to the lake is challenging. Bathrooms were old, but clean. We would recommend this campground. . - Paul and Jeannette
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Lovely, serene setting with mostly level sites, but an older campground created when RVs were much smaller. Not "big rig" friendly at all. Roads are narrow with lots of overhanging branches that make navigation in a large RV very difficult. No sewer or 50 amp service. Not all sites have even 30 amp service. Summer weekends are Very busy. Checkout time is 3:00. If you have a big rig, you might as well wait til Sunday at 3:00 to come in to find one of a few spots that you can navigate to and use.
Sadly, they do not take reservations. Weekends fill up fast. Campground choices near Green Bay are extremely limited, so we have camped there due to no better choice. - jpainter01
Jul 2017 - $30.00
We stayed 3 nights at site 6. There is 50 and 30 amp electric and water. There is a dump station. Some sites are parallel on asphalt, and others back in to the grass. It was kind of confusing. There were large shade trees at the back-in sites on the grass. The parallel sites sit on blacktop with no shade. It is first come first serve, with no host. There are so many Canada geese, and they poop all over the boat launch, the roads to the boat launch, and the camp sites opposite the boat launch on asphalt. It is a shame the county supervisor or workers in charge do nothing about all the geese poop! It reflects poorly on the county! We camped here to be close to Lambeau Field (3 miles away), and the Oneida Casino (4 miles away). It sits next to the Fox River, and there is a plant on the river that makes noise, so we had to use our ear plugs at night to sleep. There are biking trails that are nice next to the campground, as well as a very nice beach pool and park in Ashwaubenon, just down the road! The campground is very convenient to Lambeau Field, restaurants in Green Bay, Costco, and restaurants in De Pere. We would return here if visiting Green Bay in the future. - Lindy White
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Oddly arranged camping area. A large grass area with utilities around the edge in one area. A series of utilities along a fence. And a series of utilities along a paved parking area. Total 56 labeled sites. None marked, so there was some free styling that took up more than one spot. Fairground is apparently popular with local groups for parties. Quiet time starts at 10pm. The local Green Bay police are quite willing to stop by and remind folks of that. - CharlieB
Jul 2016 - $25.00
There is a grassy area with some shade. I parked on the edge of the main road which is very wide. - mrracechaser
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
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Beautiful city operated park, nearly surrounded by the Oconto River. Interior roads are asphalt, with deterioration and speed bumps. Parking sites are gravel and grass, but do not park on the grass. Our site was very spacious, but awkward to back into, leaving will nearly require a U-turn. Extra charges to play putt-putt. Office has short hours. You must sort your trash for recycling. canoes/kayaks available to rent, campfire pit rings available. It has been raining steadily and we are dry but surrounded by large puddles of rainwater. Of course, we would return! - waywardwind
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Sites are very small; pull-throughs do not have full hookups so had to get a back-in site which meant unhooking our towed first and parking it in an unused spot. It was quiet for the 7 nights we stayed there (visiting nearby relatives and side trip to Door County). Worst part was sites not level and could not use levelers because ground too soft. There are goose droppings everywhere; had to borrow a rake from groundskeeper to police our site before we unhooked. Actually a nice play to stay, very clean (except for the geese) but not big-rig friendly at all. - ParrotMom
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The electrical service is spotty. Sometimes the voltage drops and caused one of our air conditioners to stop working. We are in site 22 and the electrical box is shared with site 23. The electrical box has a 50 amp plug and a 30 plug. It is almost 100 degrees here today and we need to have reliable AC.
The site is grass but it is level and firm. It is short so the car has to be parked in between coaches.
Water is good and satellite got a lock. There is a road on the other side of the river but noise is minimal.
40 minute drive to Lambeau Field. - pcmike
Aug 2018 - $76.00
First, be aware the overnight rate doubles for home Packer games. Small, old park... not very clean and not much grass. Site was pretty level.Spaces tight together. Water/electric only at ours. Might be okay for $20 but definitely not for $76! - DogFriendlyGuy
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
Jul 2017 - $48.00
We stayed at Cedar Valley Camp Ground with my sisters her family and my family. The owner was very very rude with our family. It is not a place that I would consider a family place or will bring my family again. ☹️ - 1funcampingfamily
Jun 2015 - $40.00
This campground is not easy to maneuver through. The roads are extremely narrow and have a LOT of trees close to the roads and hanging over the road. We unfortunately pulled off a back corner of our travel trailer brushing against a tree as we were trying to swing it wide to turn down the street to our sites. The turns are very tight. The person (owner?) in the office was extremely rude to a few people in our group. We had 6 sites total and had to cancel 1 site a few days prior due to illness and this person moved one of the other families into the site that was cancelled, but that family was not able to get their travel trailer on that site so had to go back to their original site and informed the office of this change--the person said we could use the site that was cancelled if needed since it is between others in our group and when we did the next morning the person in the office (owner?) was rude about it and said no one ever said we could use it. The campground was not full. - Tina o
Sep 2017 - $55.00
Just leaving and not impressed. The fishing pond was awful and not usable. It needs to be dredged and in better condition if you're going to promote it as a "feature/activity". We went to the pool this morning at 9:30am (pool opened at 9am) and every single chair and table was already taken. Best part...NO ONE WAS IN THERE! People clearly left their bags, towels and shoes out overnight and staff just left it there. So many young kids were left to run the Campground with zero supervision. Foul language was being yelled at the pool by children like it was their first language. The big yellow slide was unmanned almost the entire weekend. When a parent finally had enough of all the close calls with kids plowing into each other and went to the top to man the slide, a staff member finally came out to do their job and scolded the parent for helping. Also, if you're going to have "pool rules" please enforce them. I saw plenty of people bring in food, alcohol, etc into the pool area when the #2 rule stated than none of that was allowed. Also there were ZERO activities planned for Friday. This is the first "family Campground" that had nothing to do on Friday. The big pro to the Campground is our site was a great size with lots of green space for our kids. If you decide to chance it and book a weekend, grab site 162. Also good bar food and adult drinks. Camp at your own risk. Permanent campers like to run this place and clearly it's allowed. We won't be coming back. - mntbarrett
Jul 2017 - $42.00
We have been coming to this park for many years and the current staff has only one goal, "to make money at any cost". The reason we starting going to this park was they were a Passport America Park Member. The staff at that time were friendly and the park wasn't full of "non-rvers". This park allows anyone to pay the daily fees for the water park and they pile into this place. When we first started going here the use of the water park was supervised by park personnel at each location. They controlled when you entered the water slides, when you came down the water slides, etc. Now it is completely unsupervised chaos! Adults(I use this term only because of their age, not their behavior), unsupervised children running from one water activity to another, screaming and yelling at the top of their lungs, and then jumping into the pool. Most of the time they are jumping over young children already in the pool. The worse part is seeing many so-called adults doing the same thing. Music is played over loud speakers that drown out your ability to communicate with anyone more than a couple of feet away. At no time does any of the management personnel take action to control this chaos. The pool area is the focal point and covered tables are reserved by individuals who place towels, bags, etc. on them and then they disappear. Often the 1-2 hours we spend "supervising our grandchildren at the pool" these individuals who have reserved the few covered tables & chairs never return. When the original owners were in charge this type of behavior wasn't accepted, but it appears their children are now running the place and their focus is solely on making money. The park only has around 6 full hook-up sites for rent and they just installed very nice toilets and showers right behind these sites. Unfortunately, there is a constant flow of campers short cutting through these sites to use this new facility. Barking dogs "often running free" were all over the place. - Joe Heizler
Jul 2017 - $55.00
This was a mistake. This is where parents with a bunch of young kids go for summer vacation. And for them, this is a great place. Water park, playgrounds, pavilions, snack bar. Lots of group camping, with trailers and fifth wheels parked every which way. Tons of kids, bikes, congestion, noise, loud music, fireworks, and everyone has golf carts! For us, it was miserable. The reason for the low score, however, is the internet, or lack thereof. WiFi is one of the most important features for us. When we reserved the site in January, their website indicated they had WiFi. We get there for a week stay to find they no longer have WiFi. None. System down indefinitely, ever since campground opened for the season. No effort to contact us so we could make other plans, and no offer to knock a few dollars off for an advertised amenity they did not offer. Most of the staff are teenagers that have little experience. The check in area is really congested and tight. They have six nice pull through, big rig friendly sites, A-F. I would not recommend F; although a corner patio site, it has all of the chaos going directly by it, and kids and their bikes cutting across the grass. These pull thru sites are gravel, spacious, level and long, with lots of grass, picnic table and fire ring. A-C have shade, D-F have little to none. They are right across from very nice, new restrooms. Utilities worked well. No cable but some over the air channels and most of the campsites could get satellite, although there are several sections that are heavily forested. - VegasVagabonds