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Camp Serenity

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Eagle River, WI
Many large oaks with deer and grouse.Many hiking and biking trails near by.Lakes for boating,fishing and recreation.Great location only a few miles from the beautiful town of Eagle River.Learn more about this land:Beautiful private wooded lot in a very quiet area. Lots of deer and wild life to enjoy. Close to Chain of Lakes campground 1.6 miles for fishing Anvil Lake campground 4.4 miles for swimming beach Black Jack Springs Wilderness 4.6 miles for hiking,Convenience gas station with bateshop 1 mile from camp East on Interstate 70
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Presque Isle Campground

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Presque Isle, WI
Our quiet, secluded campground is located on beautiful Stateline Lake deep within the northwoods in Presque Isle (A.K.A. Wisconsin's Last Wilderness) We offer premier full hookup RV campsites and tent campsites as well as cabin lodging and RV lodging - all right on the lake. Amenities include: - Campers and Cabins available to rent - Docks and private boat slips available to rent - Full hookups available - 30 Amp electrical with 50 Amp available on select sites - Women's and Men's Showers - Two sets of women's and men's restrooms - Boat landing access included - For non-guests, boat landing day access can be purchased separately - Wilderness - Wildlife - Fishing - Privacy - Seclusion - Peace and quiet The campground has been in operation for more than 50 years and is in the forest on a peninsula between two lakes with plenty of shade. Fish, boat, waterski, relax by the fire, and enjoy nature and the spectacular wildlife in this gorgeous natural paradise. Address: 8458 Balsam Dr, Presque Isle, WI 54557 Innumerable beautiful hiking and nature walks surround our site, including Wisconsin's treasured Van Vliet 400 acre Hemlock Preserve - one of the largest old-growth Hemlock forests in the country. We are just one hour south of the Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park. Docking is included for campers and available for non-campers at a daily rate. Our site is situated on one of the most prized lakes for muskie fishing. Enjoy sunny days swimming at the lake beach, activities and crafts for children with our camp hosts, and community campfire song night.
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Coadys' POV Lake Resort Glamping

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents15 acres · Phelps, WI
WELCOME TO THE NORTHWOODS TOP-RATED WISCONSIN FAMILY RESORT | Nestled among the Nicolet National Forest and the crystal clear shores of North Twin Lake sits Coadys' Point of View Lake Resort and Glamping Campground. POV Resort can accommodate just about everyone with an abundance of on-site lakeside + wilderness adventure - all the makings of a super fun Eagle River getaway. If you are after terrific fishing, swimming, canoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, or sitting around a crackling campfire...POV Resort is the place for you! Nearby you’ll also find thrilling zip lining, waterfalls, and go-kart rides. RENOVATED CABIN RENTALS BY THE LAKE Point of View Lake Resort has fully-renovated studio, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom cabin rentals - some are right in the middle of the action by the water and beach and others are nestled back into the national forest for a touch of privacy. Our year-round cabins combine the charm of a Northwoods cottage with the conveniences of a home. Great for weekend getaways in Wisconsin or annual week-long family get togethers. Our rates include all the amenities you would look for in a premier resort experience - including fireplaces, high speed wifi, and luxury bedding - but without exorbitant prices. We take our cleaning seriously - our units are so clean even Darren's mom would stay here! RIDICULOUSLY AWESOME WISCONSIN GLAMPING Point of View Lake Resort is the best Wisconsin glamping experience - it's super cool, luxury CAMPING at its best! POV is more than just a campground, we are a resort with a variety of period-authentic Glamping Tents & Vintage Campers and BYOTent campsites and a ton of super fun amenities (included in your rental rate!). Glamping (glamorous camping) give you the modern comforts you need to really relax and treat yourself and allows you to enjoy the beauty of the great Northwoods (without all the work of traditional camping). Check out our "Definitive Guide to Wisconsin Glamping" to learn more.
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Elvoy River

1 site · RV, Tent40 acres · WI
Private undeveloped 40 acre parcel bordered by a trout stream, a forest service paved road (which is an ATV route), and other unoccupied parcels. The Chequamegon–Nicolet National Forest surrounds this little section of private lands making this spot a great access point for immediate hiking, biking, fishing (trout stream on the property), wild foraging, site-seeing, off-road exploration, bird watching, wildlife viewing, and star gazing. Lots of wildlife there--bear lumber through the adjacent swamp, wolves pictured on neighbor's game cam, fox often den on the property, whippoorwills (endangered species) fly and sing at night, turkeys nest there, grouse drum for mates, and deer with their fawns just wander through. Good berry picking in late summer, blueberries on the south side and blackberries border the field. Open field area will easily accommodate large group of trailers or RVS, and a lower level next to the river is open to smaller trailers, tents, and vans, just be aware of any possible high water due to heavy rains and resulting sloppy areas down close to the river, so you don't get stuck. Both the upper and lower areas are mowed, so flat and lush grass for tents throughout. A jeep trail circles the property, so easy access to the whole 40. Amazing star gazing spot, too. No light pollution makes for perfect Milky Way shows. The river is maybe a foot deep off the lower level (and about 18 feet wide), but it gets too shallow to canoe over the gravel beds and too deep in holes and truncated areas to allow small children to explore downstream unattended. Still a great spot to wash off, wade, cool off, and catch a nice brooky! Some German Browns in there, but best to fish those at night. The forest roads leading away from the property are amazing, stunning maple forests, small creeks, bridges, jeep trails, and plenty of areas to float or kayak the rivers. If you like ATV riding, this is a great spot, right off the trail and plenty of room to park your trailers. No formal toilet, so bring something to contain your waste and bag it up, or we have a handicap-type bedside toilet seat over a deep hole on the upper level (aka vault toilet). Bag up all your trash and I will haul your bags when you leave, no need to haul it home. Wood--if you bring a chainsaw, you can easily get plenty of hardwood just down the road in the national forest. Due to spruce bud worm, the property was recently select cut, and the branches are numerous, so gather all the downed wood you want on the property; plenty there. Three fire rings available, one with an adjustable grill (USFS style) on the lower level, a simple rock ring in upper field and another simple rock pit next to the river. Some noise should be expected--County Hwy A is 150 yards away so you will hear vehicles, and the ATVs do zoom down that forest road on weekends, but not right next to your tent or camper; camping spots are 150 yards in. During bear hunting season, you will hear the bear hounds barking as they pass by in the distance. Nights though, very quite, just wild life sounds. And since it is unpopulated there, no one will complain about your music, laughing at 3 am, generators, or your truck lights as long as you keep your activities by the campsites. Though if you are noisy , the wildlife will not come near. The area has 3 bar/restaurants--just drinks, drinks and burgers, full menu and steaks. ATV gas, ice, and crawlers are also available. One bar is quite historic, 1940s log building, only 13 stools, and that one is just a mile away. The owner is very accommodating, so if you need your water tanks filled, just ask Dennis at the Elvoy Tavern (open Fri-Sun). On Hwy 55 just north of the old town of Alvin (1 mile north off Hwy 70, and then go another mile north), you will see an artesian spring--great water there! Fill your jugs when you come and then again to take home. Just look for the obvious turn off gravel at the bottom of two hills. Cellular service is ATnT with good reception. Verizon has the least reception. Overall, this property is great for people who like forests, streams, foraging, off-roading, hiking, biking, fishing, and primitive camping. Not a good fit for those who need electricity, flush toilets, city water hookups, pavement, handrails, and fenced off wildlife.
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Land O' Lakes Nature RV Resort

1 site · RV215 acres · WI
www.NatureRVResort.com Big Rig Friendly RV Resort with full hookups at every site. The Land O’ Lakes Nature RV Resort is not a typical campground. The vision is to create an exclusive escape for adults (25+) only. Tranquil privacy and a relaxing atmosphere. Escape from the ordinary! 215-acres with miles of nature trails, beautiful views from two observation towers, and kayaking in Blue Diamond Lake.
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Camp Escape

20 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Merrill, WI
Deep in the backwoods of rural Wisconsin, Camp Escape is an excellent spot to disconnect with the 21st century and get completely off grid. At this camp, you'll find spectacular lakeside views and shelter from pine trees for complete isolation. Here’s a chance to test your wilderness skills. There’s 70 acres of private forest and four kettle lakes at your disposal, so getting to know your surroundings must be top of the list. You can putter around on the water in rowing boats and canoes (both free for campers to use), hike the extensive trails through the Northwoods, and end the night by the campfire. Beyond camp, there’s a whole wilderness of 5,000 acres just begging to be explored; take a backpack and hike or horseback ride into the forest, or rent an ATV or snowmobile for winter adventures in the hills. At the end of the day, though, there’s probably nothing better than sitting on a wooden dock overlooking a lake and contemplating the wilderness as the sun sets. No-fuss amenities at this back-to-nature campground include fire rings, wooden tables, and parking by each site. Gas cylinders are available, but there’s no drinking water so you'll need to bring your own. The perfect site for the great outdoors adventurer.
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Camp Bogle On Hideout Lane

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Lake Tomahawk, WI
Discover a serene haven in Lake Tomahawk, WI, known as the gateway to the Northwoods. Nestled in a semi-secluded area, our spot offers tranquility while remaining conveniently close to all the action. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the American Legion Forest during your stay. Explore ATV, hiking, skiing, and snowmobile trails, or venture to nearby lakes and rivers for fishing, including the excitement of ice fishing in winter. With options for year-round fun, indulge in the local dining experience with my favorite dinner spots being supper clubs!
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Da Sugarbush on Stanley Lake

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents9 acres · Iron River, MI
You'll be camping on our Stanley lake sugarbush property. Lakefront sites have power and water - are located in a grassy clearing on the shores of Stanley Lake. ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGING OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON PROPERTY!! Primitive sites are amongst the maple trees of our sugarbush operation, within walking distance of the lake. These sites do not yet have water or electricity, but water is available from spigots at the lake clearing. Stanley lake is just shy of 400 acres, known for walleye and bass. It is an all sports lake with no limited wake hours. Feel free to roam our woods - you will notice the blue maple lines come to an end at our east and west property lines, as well as a no trespassing sign on the lake clearing to the west line. Deer here are plentiful, and you can often get them to eat from your hand, provided you have apples. Iron county has a tremendous ORV/snowmobile trail system. You can drive your machine right from our property to the trails. There are two golf courses in the area, as well as a vast bicycle trail system. Ski Brule ski hills and sporting clay operation are a few miles from the property. Countless acres of public land for recreation!
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Holly M.’s Land

1 site · RV2 acres · Long Lake, WI
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River's Edge Adventure Company

3 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Mercer, WI
River's Edge is a four season adventure company in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, outfitting adventurers with equipment and guidance. The property is located on the Manitowish River, Heart of Vilas County bike trail, and Iron County snowmobile trails. Campsites are located on the west end of the property, in proximity to all the activities, and include full hookups, a picnic table and fire ring. Bathroom is available for campers, however there is no shower. Campers get a discount on rental equipment.
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Holdridge Hive

1 site · RV30 acres · Argonne, WI
30 acres. Gravel Camper pad - room for small to medium campers. Quiet area. Overlooking a small pond and a bee apiary (do not go near bees/electric fence) Short distance to Crandon International Speedway. Square miles of Nicolet National Forest bordering. Trout fishing and kayaking a short distance away. No electrical or water at this time. Generator is fine to run. Pump out stations available near Crandon.
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SARA Park Campground

16 sites · RVs2000 acres · Tomahawk, WI
10 Campsites with electric (30amp/50amp) and water (non-potable) on 2000 acres of water on the Wisconsin River and Lake Mohawksin 900 W Somo Avenue, Tomahawk, Wisconsin PARK INCLUDES Public Beach Public Bathrooms and Showers RV Dump Station (at the City Garage) Boat Landing Playground, Baseball Diamond
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Looking to go camping near Eagle River, Wisconsin? Hipcamp has over 280 options specifically for RV camping in this area. With an average price per night of $45 and options as low as $10, there's something for every budget. Check out top campsites like Heritage Hills (161 reviews), Bad River Wilderness (158 reviews), and Firefly Camp and Sauna (67 reviews) to see what other campers have to say. Enjoy popular amenities like showers, pet-friendly spaces, and trash disposal, while engaging in activities such as wind sports, whitewater paddling, and paddling. Start planning your RV camping adventure today!

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