13 Parks near Waupun, Wisconsin
Jul 2016 - $27.00
First be aware that whether you make reservation on line or just show up at park there is a $5.00 reservation fee. Also there is a huge amount of bugs. Most spaces are shaded and many are spacious. Water only and the dump station fill up is on way into cammpground so to use after stay you have to drive all around loop. Crowed on week ends and not so much during the week. Not really terrible place but I will not use again if I can help it. - arcticfox
Dec 2015 - $22.00
Stayed here while visiting friends in the area. The sites are electric only with water and dump site by entrance. The sites are set in a wooded area. There is a bathroom/shower house also at the entrance. The adjacent park has group picnic areas with a reserve able shelter for parties. A swimming pool, walking trails and playground are close by. - TexasRVer
Aug 2012 - $22.00
This is a nice county park, which per the campground host, typically has open sites on weekends. It has an updated shower/restroom building and paved interior roads. Several sites would accommodate big rigs, but the numerous trees would require cautious entry. The wooded campsites limit any satellite use. Limited recreational activities in the area cause the overall rating to fall short of excellent. - mdtandem
Jul 2015 - $22.00
We stayed there a full week and found the camp hosts pleasant and helpful. The park and features were in good shape, the rest rooms and showers clean. 20 and 30 amp electric only. - BaldEagle42
Sep 2014 - $20.00
We stay at this park every summer to visit family in the area. The roads and large sites are paved with nice grassy areas between. Sites have 30 amp electric with fresh water and dump station at park entrance. There is a very clean shower building with flush toilets and showers. The campground is across the street from Beaver Dam Lake with a boat launch and fishing pier. This park is a gem in a peaceful natural setting. Will stay here again and again. - krb
Jul 2012 - $20.00
The sites are large, but you are very close to the road, so you don't have much privacy. Our site backed up to a corn field, which was nice for some extra privacy. The road through the park was a little small, but we got through without much problem. The main problem with the campground was that the electric did not work at our site. We tried everything we could to get it working, but the whole pole - both circuit breakers - were not working. We tried calling several different numbers for help (all of which were listed on the paperwork received with our reservation), at least to try a different site, but no one answered any of the phones. We ended up leaving after the first night and going to another campground. It was very disappointing. - socerbruse
Sep 2012 - $18.00
An out of the way park, signage to it not very good, but otherwise a pleasant surprise. Hiking trails have a view of the Horicon Marsh which is a must place to go to. Only down side is the 20 amp sites. Would stop here again without a doubt. - stetwood
Jul 2012 - $18.00
We absolutely love this campground. The sites we had were nicely wooded and the play area was across the camp road. We had our family reunion here and the facilities were very nice and well kept. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, caretakers were very friendly and made sure guests were following rules. The trails are intriguing and show off beautiful scenery. We have stayed here 3 times and will continue to return. - cfamrace49
Aug 2009 - $18.00
This is a nice county park. There are a few sites for big rigs, but check ahead and make a reservation. The electric is 20 amp only. Lots of shade and space to spread out. The park features nice hiking trails and playgrounds for the kids. The park is close to the Horicon Marsh and many other recreational activities including the Wild Goose Rail Trail for the cyclist. - Paul M. Kitchen
May 2016 - $43.00
Positive was the large site. Negative is campsites mingled with mobile homes with sheds and decks. Indoor pool is only open for summer season. Uncut lawns. Poor signage. Overpriced with no commercial discounts. We paid $43 a night for water electric and sewer. No campfire rings. - Happy Trails Camper
Jul 2015 - $41.00
This campground offers no discounts. Up charge for A/C and credit card use. It is a pretty park, but overpriced for water and electric only. Road coming in was gravel and dusty. Nice park to walk around the loops to get some exercise. Nice campsites (small campers) by the Rock River. We had a pretty big rainstorm in the middle of the night. Got moving to leave around 10 AM. The dump station was buried in mud. I had to shovel it out to dump. The road had some pretty big ruts in it that we had to ease through. - Spizzer
May 2015 - $36.00
Stayed over the Memorial day weekend, will not be back, seasonal's with 2 and 3 dogs all off their leashes, the couple next to us had the 3 dogs that pretty much starred at us if we sat outside in chairs or picnic table. They had said they have an invisible leash system, "but don't tell the office". Its too bad cause it could be a nice campground, large sites, very good location. The "junk" collection is nothing more than that, not a biggie to us. Might drive thru in the future to see if management cleans up on a few bad apple seasonal's. Site was great minus the neighbors dogs. - Cheesehead69635
Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin (map) | (920) 477-2300
Sites: 84 | Latest Rate: $54.00 | 17 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $54.00
A very nice family park not far from I-41 (about 1 .4 miles). Rate was for July 4th weekend and we "lucked" out to get a site on Friday before weekend before reserved camper came in. Nice pool, okay WiFi, zero TV reception!! Wonder why several CGs we have been in this trip have no hot water at BR sink - I enjoy shaving in the CG BRs early am, but not with cold water. - KAZIMIRA
Jul 2015 - $52.00
Nightly rates were increased $10 per night during the nearby Oshkosh "AirVenture."
No cable TV and "wifi" access was sporadic.
Our site was located adjacent to the dump station so we got a good whiff of nasty smells each time someone dumped their RV and especially when the local waste contractor pumped out the holding tanks.
Site was on an incline, which required leveling blocks. The grassy area around the site was also uneven and required moving the picnic table several times.
The interior roads are dirt, which caused extremely dusty conditions whenever a vehicle passed.
The pool & spa were too close so we had to listen to screaming and yelling children each evening. - grandflic
Jun 2015 - $45.00
This park has a lot of things for kids that we do not use. The staff is great and the sites are semi level gravel. Grass borders each site. The site that we were on faced an open wetland area. It was very quiet. Each site seems to be narrow, about 20 feet. Satellite signal was good, no cable or wifi. The park needs new gravel everywhere. It rained on our stay and the roads turned to mud. We would stay here for long periods, if the weather was dry. - ctjt1234
Aug 2014 - $20.00
This place is great in a pinch. We stayed here on Labor Day weekend, as we could find nothing else. Basically, you are camping in a parking lot with a tiny bit of grass. It worked in a bind, but, no amenities outside of basic utilities. NOTE: Basically, their website and others say that you can check in at night and on weekend, via a drop box. But, this has changed. If you don't get there by 3'ish, you are SOL. In their defense, they are working on an automatic system. But, during out visit, we saw numerous folks pull in and leave, after discovering a locked utility box. - Legends Of America
Sep 2009 - $20.00
It's not a campground. Forget the amenities. In late Sept., even the bathrooms were locked. There are two rows of grassy and dirt pads out in an open field/parking lot. Electrical power is centrally located with two 50A plug ins, several 30A, the rest are 15A. If you don't get one of the central spaces, bring a real long power cord or you won't reach. Water is available at all sites. The odd thing here is the sewer. Someone with a travel trailer or 5th wheel whose black valves are on the back corner would not have a problem. If you are in a Diesel Pusher, with drains in the middle, forget dumping you tanks. On both rows the sewer intakes are on high ground. The slope of the pad puts your RV's sewer drain many inches lower than the parks sewer inlet. Do-do doesn't run up hill. The only thing this place has going for it is it's right in Fond Du Lac. Downtown is walking distance away. (note that the "other" Fond Du Lac listing on RV Park reviews is dislocated. It is actually several miles south of town). - whizbang
May 2015 - $42.00
The campground is going through what looks like a fairly major overhaul. The pond (Whitetail Springs) is much cleaner and nicer than it was two years ago and a lot of the sites had been re built and there was quite a bit of construction going on. It was never loud or obtrusive, but there was definitely activity about as they are trying to improve the facilities. I would definitely ask if the site you're looking at is near construction or is being redone.
We were there before the pools were open but they do have 3 pools with one being adults only. The other major amenity is the 9 hole golf course. A lot of people were playing it and it looked like a lot of fun. If you're looking for more of a challenge, Lawsonia is right across the street and that is one (actually two) of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses you're going to ever play.
Our site did not have a sewer hookup (only two nightly sections do) but their dump station area was clean and odor free. Easy to get in and out of without being right at the main gate.
The camp store and the people running it were great. Coffee, great looking snacks and a cheerful group of people providing great service.
We had no problem getting to our site with our 5th wheel, but I can see there might be some sites we would have struggled with so look at the map and know your unit.
The water was clean, pressure was good, Verizon wireless was adequate, their wi-fi was strong, but slow.
We'll definitely go back. - Samron68
May 2011 - $45.00
This campground is very family friendly. All activities included in the main price. There are no extra fees required. Bath houses are very clean and well kept. Swimming pools are very spacious with plenty of room for everyone. Office staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. Great golf course located on site free to campers. Mini golf was also free. Kids had a great time here. - werazoo
Jul 2010 - $52.00
Proof that more $$$ does not automatically mean a better camping experience. We had booked this site based on their website and one on-line review (not found here). So here we go: Small/narrow dirt/gravel roads throughout the campground, except for the entry lane alongside the office. If you're towing a toad, expect to have to enter the campground to find a level spot to unhook it. Pull through sites are 35 feet wide by about 55' long, just long enough to park the coach and toad nose to nose. A fire ring and picnic table was seen at each site. Getting into the site (#7) was difficult as the entry roadway between the sites was narrow. Although the campgrounds map shows the sites are placed at an angle to make entry easy, they aren't. There is no shade in the area that contains the pull through sites. The pool/playground area is a pretty good hike from the rear of the campground where most of the big rig sites are located. This campground apparently gets a lot of business from the par 3 golf course directly alongside, which is "free" to campers. The golf course looked well maintained, somewhat better than the campground itself. The Wi-Fi signal is quite good, however it works slowly very slowly. The management did reset the modem for us upon request, but that didn't help for long. Bottom line, not worth the money they charge - unless you're really big into golf. - mackerman
Jul 2016 - $32.00
We went for the EAA fly-in. It was 92 and the breaker to our campsite kept blowing. I don't know how many times we had to reset the breaker. Didn't bring generator as we thought we would have electricity. Didn't use showers or bathrooms but looked very down from the outside. Don't stay here unless you have no other choice. - NINA W
Aug 2014 - $42.00
Pretty nasty place, and terribly overpriced. The site was fairly level, which is a good thing since my jacks would have sunk out of sight in the mud had I used them. The bathroom was so old and run down that I didn't even bother to look at the showers. They had recently placed some gravel over the mud at our site. Result: muddy gravel! Our motorhome tires got a nice coating of mud as we pulled in. My impression of reading reviews of parks in the Oshkosh area is that there don't seem to be many good ones - and I'm not sure why not. Anyway, we will definitely not be coming back to this one! - LowesTravels
May 2013 - $32.00
Campground isn't much to look at as it's just set in some farmland. Sites are either grass or gravel, reasonably wide and level, but a little short. If crowded it might be a little tight for larger rigs. Power was a major problem when we were there. It wasn't crowded but my voltage would drop very low when my AC turned on. On a few occasions it caused my Progressive protection to cut out the power. I had to run my generator in order to cook dinner in the microwave. There was supposed to be cable TV but our site didn't have hookup for it. Didn't matter as there was good over the air TV as well as a clear shot for satellite. Wi-Fi didn't have very good range but I was able to get it to work with a directional antenna. Speed was acceptable. Small playground for kids but not much else there or nearby. We stayed here one night to check it out with thoughts of staying here for Airventure. - glenthompson
Jul 2016 - $22.00
It would have been nice to have water hook up, guess I am spoiled. The park has all asphalt pad that were level. Great over air tv and cell service. The park was very clean and peacefully. I would stay there again. - rving4fun
Jul 2014 - $20.00
This is a very clean, nice county park off the beaten path. It was almost empty the whole time we were here. The spots are spacious, level and easy to back into. The is no water nor sewer connections at the sites. They do have a hose at the entry to fill your fresh water tanks and a dump station to flush the holding tanks when you leave. There was one other camper in the park while we were there during the week. We would come back if in the area. - bones1941
May 2014 - $20.00
Great place for an overnight stop. Our site had two 30-amp connections, but no 50-amp, though there are a few sites with 50-amp, apparently. The sites on the back of the park are not big-rig friendly, but the front and middle sections are fine. There is water near the front gate which can be used to fill your tank. The only water elsewhere in the park is for filling a bucket, and has no hose-fitting. Besides the camp host, we were the only people at the campground (on a Wednesday). - sendthefire
Aug 2016 - $23.00
Just what we needed, a place to overnight with 50 amp & water. Friendly service. Good Verizon signal, WiFi available but didn't use. - dmkimm
Aug 2012 - $25.00
This is a very small park on the side of the highway. I think most of the business is for the EEA Fly In as it is right across the street from the airport. I visited about a week after the event and stayed for 3 weeks. I had to drive to the main building once a week to fill up with water and dump. There is electric at all of the sites. This place is truly Big Rig friendly easy in and easy out. They do offer waste buddy service for $5, but I had to go and fill with water anyways. The owner gave me a break on the fee because of my long stay which he is really not set up for. I think mostly it is designed for short overnight stays. Plenty of shopping and restaurants are close. This is not a resort, but an EEA event campground and an overnight campground. I gave an 8 rating because of the friendliness of the owner and the rate discount. It is real hard to find any campgrounds in the area with full hookups. - startech