We camped here for 4 nights in our 5th wheel. Our site was recently graded, but was not level and required boards. There is only 1 real lake site - campsite #1. The lake needs to be cleaned up - very difficult to maneuver kayak for the grass and lilies. The restroom smell was so bad at one point my husband could not go into the building. This campground is used by the locals and has group sites for their use. Family one over from our site chose to ignore quiet time rules and stay up with fire, music, and talking until 1:30 a.m. Although this campground is smaller and more rustic to our liking, we would look elsewhere if we were in the area again. Very nice camp host. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Really nice basic campground. This is the 2nd time we have stayed here. Water and electric only with a dump station. Some train and highway noise but nothing excessive. Take Hwy EW to town and turn left before RxR tracks. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, quiet, shady county park on a small, no-motor lake. Only a few minutes from I-94 access. RV sites are tucked away into the forest on the right side as you enter the park and are very large, some of them pull-throughs, and most very private/secluded. There are some additional RV sites near the lake. Cell phone coverage is a bit weak in some spots, but with a booster antenna, you would be fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Peacefulness is the word to describe this unique co. park. They have self-registration, an honor-system for ice and firewood, the showers are free, and the drive-thrus are long, wide,and shaded. The park is located next to 36 acre Lake Wazeda, the lake is an electric motor fishing lake. They have playgrounds throughout the park for the children, plus a swim area in the lake, the kids sure were enjoying the water. Warrens is known for the cranberries and the cranberry bogs that they are raised in. People come from all over to fish the bogs, i know because we did. We camped here in a Motorhome.