Listings Categorized as Campgrounds

Pine Point County Park

27699 256th Street

Camping, swimming, picnicking, playground equipment, a reservable picnic shelter and a boat launch are available. Central location for water off of the main parking lot, electricity available on all sites, pit toilets and a dump station. No showers. Firewood is available for sale from the park caretaker who occupies site #7.

Chippewa Moraine State Rec. Area

13394 Cty Hwy M

Situated along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, the 3180-acre Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area offers unspoiled beauty with kettle lakes and many glacial features. The Chippewa Moraine is one of nine units of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve.

Loon Lake Campgrounds

10279 280th Ave.

13 sites. If you are looking for a place for you and your family to enjoy the summer, look no further. This campground is tucked away on quiet Loon Lake in New Auburn, Wisconsin. This lake is shallow and quiet, which makes it the perfect lake for paddle boats, canoeing, and kayaking.

Pine Harbor Campground

7181 185th St.

Offering organized activities such as Christmas in July, Halloween, Bingo, Pancake Breakfasts, and more. Clean flush toilets, showers, and laundry facilities. Two play grounds: one age 5 and under, one for age 5+. Pet friendly (on a leash). Hiking and biking trails. Free wireless internet.

O'Neil Campground

14912 105th Avenue

Come to camp, fish, or just relax. They've got playgrounds, mini golf, snack bar, swimming beach, arcade, gathering areas, train rides and more activities. Facilities include showers, laundry, water & electric, and other amenities.

Brunet Island State Park

23125 255th St.

Many campers are drawn to Brunet Island State Park’s quiet lagoons and channels, perfect for fishing, canoeing, swimming, or just watching wildlife (the park is well-known for its roaming deer population). If you’re an adventurous camper, check out the Old Abe State Trail, a 20-mile abandoned railroad grade that connects Brunet Island with Lake Wissota State Park. You won’t leave disappointed.

Lake Wissota State Park - Camping

18127 County Highway O

More than 1,000 acres of forest and Locationopen prairie on a 6,300-acre man-made lake. Offers secluded campsites, hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, picnic and playground areas and a 285-foot swimming beach. Boating, canoeing, kayaking and water skiing are popular summer activities on Lake Wissota.