Brown County is an old campground, designed for smaller TTs and tent campers. Our site was at the far end of the Taylor Ridge area on Tuliptree Road, about 7 miles from the park entrance. The cul-de-sacs and back-in sites were just large enough for our 36' FW to manuever. But the DNR staff was very helpful getting us a site we could get into. No parking on the grass, so it all has to fit on the pad. Most of the sites are carved out between trees, we had room for the slide outs, but a large tree almost blocked the steps, didn't need the awning with all the shade anyway. Our area was very quiet, but the sites alongside the road leading back to it saw traffic during the day. Plenty of rustic activities with hiking, biking, horseback riding, etc., great for getting back to nature.
Beautiful COE park by the lake. Large sites, long asphalt pads with concrete patios, very few full hookups. We were just looking for an overnight stay but spent the weekend here. Since it was our first time here, it was a little tricky for us to find, you pull into what looks like an apartment complex, drive past a golf course and clubhouse, and the campground entrance is a few hundred more yards down the dark road.