We didn't really enjoy the campground and really tried to be out in Winona as much as possible. The people running the campground were nice and friendly though, and the overall experience was positive with the people I interacted with. Main issue was just overall size of the campground and that everyone is piled in on top of each other. We were parked about 5 feet from a seasonal rig in the spot we wound up in. As stated before just about everyone that seemed to be there knew each other, and you kind of felt out of place while staying in the campground. I guess we would just prefer to stay in the state parks in the state but hadn't planned far enough ahead for this weekend to do that. We'll be sure to plan far ahead in the future. They did have an animal petting zoo thing come in this weekend which was nice and my kids did like that part of it very much. The playground equipment is pretty old, and I'd personally be worried about the liability issues if I were the owners of the campground. In fairness though my kids did play on some of the equipment and had fun though. You've got to like the old metal slides from when I was a kid. You can really get some speed on those slides. Overall experience with the people at the campground, and the area of Winona Wabasha was positive. Experience with the campground was negative, and I would not plan on ever staying here again.
We had a great time in Door County and were very pleased with our stay at this campground. The new showers and restroom were very clean and taken care of. They rake the campsites out and clean the campsite out when people leave. The campsite was clean! The bathroom was clean! Everything was great. The lady, and I feel bad that I can't remember her name, offered to take my garbage over to the dumpster when I was leaving. She also opened the store back up when she had already locked it one night when I bought my son a treat who was with me and didn't buy the same thing for my daughter. They really went above and beyond in all ways when we stayed there. They even have you follow them into you're campsite. I couldn't recommend them enough, and we will be staying here for close to a full week next July or August. The other positive is that the campground is well situated in the main part of Door County. We were in between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek. Ephraim was just a little bit further. It was nice being right in the heart of all the places that we normally are trying to drive to when we go to Door County.