Best Tent Camping: Wisconsin
by Johnny Molloy and Kevin Revolinski (Menasha Ridge Press)
© Johnny Molloy and Kevin Revolinski/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.
This place was great. There aren't signs along the way so follow your map closely. We set up on Thursday and got that coveted site 15, which basically gives you your own lake. Site 16 is by itself on the other lake. Our site was huge we even had our own portable toilet. There where still alot of sites left over the weekend. The only negative is that you really probably wont want to swim in the lakes. My kids did but it was shallow and had about 8 inches of muck. We just headed out to Lake Yellowstone for one day for a better swimming experience. Fishing was ok, we did catch a fair share of carp and bull heads however. Water is available at the entrance and it pumps real fast and it tasted great. (an important thing for me) The campground isn't monitored much. However the campers that came were not rowdie. The sheriff drove through each day and the grounds keepers were seen each day, we spent a fair amount of time talking with them, they gave us good insight for local events.
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