Camping near Altoona

Discover and reserve the best campgrounds, cabins, RV parks, and more.

98% (591 reviews)
98% (591 reviews)

Popular camping styles for Altoona

Under $50

Available this weekend

12 top campgrounds near Altoona

98%
(136)

Trapper Arts Camping Retreat

7 sites · RVs, Tents22 acres · Cornell, WI
Trapper Arts Retreat in NW Wisconsin has (3) waterfront sites and (1) wooded site. Located on a 1/4 mile long dead-end road (except Bob Lake West) on a 90 acre clear water no-wake lake and only 5 minutes from the Chippewa County Forest! The Chippewa County Forest (over 10,000 acres) Hickory Ridge Trailhead is located about 5 miles away. You can enjoy miles of hiking, biking, ATV or horseback riding trails. Trails wind past small lakes and beaver ponds, as well as spectacular vistas and abundant wild life. LIST OF SITES (all of our sites now include a portable toilet, firewood, fire ring, water, power, picnic table and/or chairs). BIRCH Waterfront is named for the beautiful birch trees that frame your view of the lake that also includes soothing evening loon sounds :) It is our medium size campsite with a level gravel and grass pad with lakefront access via the long wooded dock and an included row boat for fishing and boating. EAGLE POINT Waterfront is a favorite because it is the most private, surrounded by trees and is on a elevated waterfront lot with steps down to a dock. This site has a canoe and a row boat and the best spectacular sunset views. The eagle's nest is in a tall pine tree above the steps! BOB LAKE WEST Waterfront is our only site that is not on this dead end road. It is located on the west side of the lake near the boat landing. This site has a bonus small storage shed which could be a cool kids cabin. It is partially wooded elevated site with stunning sunrise views. WOODED RUSTIC is a non-waterfront campsite for both tents or RV's that has been updated to a level site with power and water and includes access to the lake and a row boat at our common access which is only about 200 yards down the road from this site. RV's can park on the gravel pad and tent guests can setup down the walking trail in the woods. This property was previously owned by Trapper Art who was well known in the area and started several successful businesses dating back to 1967 including Art's Snowmobile, Trapper Arts, and Art's Electric which was quite an accomplishment in the Wisconsin Northwoods!
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Cooking equipment
from 
$49
 / night
97%
(211)

Maggies Merry Mirror

5 sites · Tents5 acres · Holcombe, WI
Rural property that once was a combination of a dairy farm and commercial woodland. It is rare in that it has a 40 acre field, a 5 acre island, a year round creek and over 2,000 feet of river frontage and nearly 40 acres of woods. Learn more about this land: There are over 80 acres of woods, fields and an island to explore. The property has over 2,000 feet of frontage on the Chippewa River. There is also a year around creek that flows through the property to the river. Currently there are three separate sites that are suitable for camping on the bank of the Chippewa. Each site is primitive and has lots of privacy. There are five trails that go through the woods as well as follow the bank of the river. There is a stairway that descends to the river. The river at this point is rather pristine. There are no houses on the camping side of the river and just a few on the opposite side. The river along the property is great for wading, swimming, canoeing/kayaking and fishing. There are over a dozen lakes within a 20 mile radius of the property. Less than 3 miles from the property there are snowmobile and four wheeling trails that connect to trails that extend over 300 miles. The property is less than 15 miles from the headquarters of the Ice Age Trail that stretches from near Superior to near Madison, Wisconsin.
Pets
Toilets
Campfires
from 
$12
 / night
99%
(84)

Good Root Growers

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents30 acres · Prairie Farm, WI
- CABIN AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND - CAMPGROUND OPEN May 1, 2024 - AMISH BAKERY OPEN FRI/SAT Tucked in a valley among rolling hills just 70 miles east of St. Paul, discover a stunning sanctuary surrounded by hardwoods, pines and birch groves. Meander a walking trail system through 30 acres of woods and prairie. In 2019, all 10 acres of fields were planted as dedicated Monarch/pollinator habitat. This is a full sensory experience - spectacular celestial nights with serenading hoot owls, frogs, crickets and yips of coyotes in the distance. The honey bees are humming in their boxes, rooster crowing and chickens do their daily forage through the yard and woods. This is a birder's delight with turkey and deer being very common sightings. Our unique greenhouse and pergola are common use areas for all guests to enjoy. The pergola is a large cushioned area providing shade to read a book, charge a device, play cards, enjoy a beverage, eat a meal. Explore the greenhouse production of tomatoes, peppers, and ginger growing along with flowers and other hothouse varieties. Fill water containers, or use the large stainless steel sink and countertops to prep meals or wash up. You will also find a beverage service counter, yard games for use, and any on-farm items for sale in this area- firewood, plants, eggs, honey and produce. Tucked discreetly behind the greenhouse is drop-off for garbage and recycling, and also 1 of 2 ultra clean port-a-potties found on property. *** We're family friendly! Adult occupancy is applied to 12 years and older. There is no occupancy charge/limit for children 11 years of age or under. *** We have 6 sites to offer. Providing a historical backdrop is our guest house - a fully restored Norwegian cabin built in 1894 (completed July 2022). Adjacent to the greenhouse is 2 RV (or tent) sites with full water and 30 amp hookups. 2 additional sites accommodate RVs or tents and we have 1 walk-in tent site. This rustic site is the most private - a short distance into the woods behind the greenhouse. Our campground will close Oct 29. Don't let our sleepy little town deceive you. The locals have huge hearts - are generous creatives, with ingenious businesses that spill over with hospitality. Uber local is 2 Amish businesses within a 15 minute walk - a bakery and a woodworking shop! We're happy to direct you to on-farm meat sales, herbal medicinals, goat milk products, home goods, local microbreweries and quilt shop to name a few. Local town events draw huge crowds with live music and fun for all ages. We are so blessed to steward this private oasis and look forward to sharing it with you!
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$30
 / night
100%
(112)

Sassy Fox Acres

3 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Beldenville, WI
Nestled amongst the rolling hills of the Northern most part of the Driftless region, you can find yourself enjoying wildlife and a sky full of stars. Whether camping by tent or car, lying in a hammock or in the comforts of your camper, Sassy Fox Acres is a relaxing stay. You will see the native plants blowing in the breeze, bees buzzing, and birds chirping. Minutes from a fishing stream, lake access for kayaking, or a short distance away to some great bikes trails. Just 10 minutes from freeway access makes it a convenient stop for a quick overnight stay or weekend trip to explore the area. There is plenty to do in the area- So many yummy wineries, breweries, and restaurants. Fire wood, eggs, produce, and more is available for purchase on site. Along with renting a hammock during your stay. I give campers as much privacy as possible. I check in with you through Hipcamp when you book and then again after you arrive to ensure your needs are being met. If you would like to meet in person and share some of your favorite places to stay across the country, I would welcome that. I love to camp too! If you want the place to yourself, have a unique request, or have questions- please reach out! I like to say yes if I can. I have 3 rustic sites located on my 6 acre property. Each site is private, but you may see in the distance or hear others. Each site has its own firepit and picnic table, along with posts for hanging a hammock.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Trash
from 
$28
 / night
100%
(16)

Marsh Mellow Meadow

1 site · RV, Tent75 acres · Baldwin, WI
This ecologically diverse property in the "Prairie Pothole" region of Wisconsin offers hiking trails around 10+ acres of meadow and wooded habitat with lots of wildlife to enjoy (sandhill cranes, deer, pheasants, turkeys, songbirds and more). Enjoy a beautiful 360-degree view of rolling hills and vibrant sunrises and sunsets right from the fire ring. You'll see hundreds of planted trees around the property -- one sign of our efforts to increase wildlife habitat and the diversity of tree species present. The 300 ft gravel driveway makes access easy for cars, trucks, campers, bikes and RVs. Located just off of Interstate 94 between the Twin Cities and Eau Claire, WI, this camping site will surely please all campers who want a sense of wilderness with convenient city access. Pine Lake Rec Area is only 2.5 miles away (bring your boat or canoe/kayaks). There are three golf courses located within 11 miles of the campsite -- two 9-hole courses and one 18-hole course. The location is perfect for travelers looking for a cheap and simple place to stay just off Interstate 94 and Hwy 63. Campfire wood is provided. 🪵🔥
Pets
Campfires
Trash
from 
$25
 / night
99%
(59)

Fisher Cat Creek Forest Retreat

3 sites · Lodging20 acres · Osseo, WI
Four years ago, David and Veronica began designing and building structures in the 20 acre hardwood forest that Davids' father acquired back in 1969. Now they live there full time in an off-grid cabin with monthly seminars, campsites for rent and a passion for sharing the wonders of the forest.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$50
 / night
100%
(20)

Jeske Equestrian Campground

5 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Taylor, WI
The first time we viewed this property, we knew we were home. The woods, fields, wildlife, and house (created almost entirely from the lumber harvested from the land) drew us in. We purchased the home and 40 acres in 2018. Since then it has been a labor of love to make it everything we dream. A campground suitable for horseback riding was the goal for W15266. This was where the original homestead stood (firepit area). That home was transported across 95 on Davis road to become an Amish home. This area was overgrown and filled with rubbish, but still had a great deal of suitable plants hidden in the raspberries. We are continually working to groom it, and eventually, hope to better level the drive and sites and cover them with gravel. We need more and better fire pits and intend to have at least one more cabin- perhaps created from a refurbished corn crib? This cabin was refurbished in 2020 from the original homestead’s summer kitchen (where food was prepared to keep the house from getting too warm). Although it may have been easier to demolish and start over, Julie convinced Craig that the history was worth it. ;) I can’t tell you how disGUSTING it was, but we found treasures like the chair upstairs, the ironing board, and items on the walls and cupboards amongst the piles of Asian beetles and mouse chewings. Our current project you see in front is the bath/shower house. It has a toilet and shower and was completed 2021. With expansion, we will add one more toilet on the other side. The old shed in front, is a disaster. We fluctuate the same way we did with the summer kitchen: bulldoze or refurbish? It currently houses our equipment and lumber, but someday, we are hoping to have a small country Tiki bar. Craig has received the liquor license already. We love tucked away country bars with unique flavors, so we hope we can offer this to our customers. Jeske Equestrian is also a boarding/training facility. We built the horse barn in 2019, and last year we put up a 60x180 indoor riding arena. Maintaining and creating trails has been extensive. Keeping up on the signage and the trail map has been nearly impossible since Craig loves creating new ones with the skid steer on a regular basis! We are working on the pond area to be more recreational in our future as well. Thanks again for choosing us. We hope to see you again! Learn more about this land: The first time we viewed this property, we knew we were home. The woods, fields, wildlife, and house (created almost entirely from the lumber harvested from the land) drew us in. We purchased the home and 40 acres in 2018. Since then it has been a labor of love to make it everything we dream. A campground suitable for horseback riding was the goal for W15266. This was where the original homestead stood (firepit area). We are continually working to groom it. We have added more fire pits and are currently building a bath house with 2 flush toilets and shower. We offer trails and tranquility, while the nearby county parks and landscape provide even more entertainment for nature lovers. We look forward to sharing it all with you!
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$35
 / night
100%
(39)

River to Ridge Farmstead

1 site · RV, Tent20 acres · Jim Falls, WI
Learn more about this land:Pull in and relax!  Enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, boating or swimming minutes from our campsite.  Afterward, visit Leinenkugels or one of many local craft beer and pizza establishments!
Pets
Potable water
Campfires
Trash
from 
$32
 / night
100%
(11)

Golden Rule Acres

1 site · Tent60 acres · Cadott, WI
Learn more about this land:Come enjoy 60 private acres of semi-wooded wetland with a small stream. Just a short drive from Beaver Creek Nature Reserve and Big Falls Co. Park. Hike around our secluded property or take your bicycle out for a ride in the countryside. Get away from the busy city and into nature.
Potable water
Campfires
Trash
from 
$15
 / night
100%
(1)

Wedges Creek Hideaway Pizza Farm!

55 sites · Lodging, RVs35 acres · Greenwood, WI
Brick oven pizza on many weekends as posted on our website with camping and cabins to relax in the woods. We are third generation family farm in the woods with quiet acreage and trails. Most weekends we have live music. We are in Amish country with many small shops. There are also wineries and cheese stores close by. We have a wedding and event barn and lots of space. New in 2023 was a 9 hole disc golf.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$32
 / night
100%
(4)

River Retreat Tiny Homes

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Greenwood, WI
Welcome to our charming and secluded tiny homes, nestled in a serene and picturesque setting by the river. Our homes are lovingly crafted from reclaimed materials sourced from St. Pat's Church in Eau Claire, providing a unique and unforgettable stay. Guests will have full access to our cozy and stylish tiny homes, which include a 2-loft tiny home, a separate 1 bedroom bungalow, wood burning sauna, firepit and separate bathroom and shower room. Inside, you'll find a cozy and well-appointed living space that's fully equipped with all the modern comforts you need. Unwind in the comfortable sleeping nooks, prepare delicious meals in the fully-stocked kitchen, and freshen up in the private bathroom. But the true highlight of your stay is the wood-burning sauna, where you can unwind and relax after a day of exploring the great outdoors or take a rejuvenating morning sauna session. The sauna is available for your use at any time, offering a peaceful retreat to soothe your mind, body, and soul. Outside, you can bask in the natural beauty of the surroundings, listen to the gentle sounds of the river, and breathe in the fresh air. Take a stroll along the riverbank, go fishing, or simply soak up the peaceful ambiance of the area. Whether you're seeking a romantic getaway or a quiet retreat to recharge your batteries, our tiny homes are the perfect choice. Come and experience the beauty, comfort, and tranquility of our riverside tiny homes, and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$175
 / night

GreenPeaks

1 site · RV, Tent28 acres · Fall Creek, WI
Enjoy 28 acres of trails, wildlife and forest near Fall Creeks big falls and lake Eau Claire. Off site you can find local markets, farm fresh eggs, veggie stands and goat yoga. You can almost throw your kayak in the water it’s so close. When you stay at GreenPeaks you’ll know your surrounded by great people and even better outdoors.
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
Trash
from 
$44
 / night

Star Hosts in Altoona

Value Prop
Value Prop

Camping near Altoona guide

Overview

Looking to go camping near Altoona, Wisconsin in the United States? Hipcamp has you covered with over 269 options to choose from. Whether you prefer tent camping, RV camping, or cabin rentals, there's something for everyone. With average prices starting at $32 per night and options as low as $15, you're sure to find a campsite that fits your budget. Looking for the top-rated campsites? Check out Whippletree Farm & Nature Trail (76 reviews), Belle Creek Bluff (61 reviews), and Trapper Arts Camping Retreat (58 reviews). Enjoy popular amenities like campfires, showers, and potable water, and explore activities such as visiting historic sites, biking, and boating. Experience the great outdoors with Hipcamp!

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Hipcamp Hand

Safety partners

Recreate Responsibly

About us

Hipcamp is the most comprehensive resource for beautiful private campsites.

Discover and reserve tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping.

Download the Hipcamp App

Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future.