East facing partially wooded waterfront campsite with beautiful sunrise views that includes a dock, row boat, chairs, an outhouse also known as the honeybucket, small shed, electric connection, water and a fire ring and firewood. This is an excellent site for multiple tents/campers/rvs and the layout of the lot is long and is nicely setback from the road but the rv parking a
East facing partially wooded waterfront campsite with beautiful sunrise views that includes a dock, row boat, chairs, an outhouse also known as the honeybucket, small shed, electric connection, water and a fire ring and firewood. This is an excellent site for multiple tents/campers/rvs and the layout of the lot is long and is nicely setback from the road but the rv parking area (circle drive) does not allow for more than 2 campers/rvs. There is plenty of room for smaller vehicle parking and tents.
Bring some sleeping bags/mats because there is a newly renovated small shed that would be great for little kids or big kids to have their own "tiny cabin" to sleep in. We also have outlets in the shed for charging phones in a waterproof environment if needed.
Bob Lake is a 90 acre no-wake lake with great fishing (Panfish, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike) and there is a public boat landing very close to this site if you want to bring your own boat or pontoon. We have a pontoon available for rent for $100/day. Just reach out to see if it is available during your stay.
Attention all guests!! You must maintain control of your dogs at all times. There are neighboring campsites and the township does have an 'animal at large ordinance'
NEARBY & THINGS TO DO
The Chippewa County Forest (16,000 acres) Hickory Ridge trail head is located only 5 minutes from our site and you are able to ride the road to this location with ATV's. 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. Reach out to us if you enjoy hiking or biking and we will get you more details.
GROCERY STORES (Bloomer or Cornell)
Shadicks Grocery - 1303 Main Street in Bloomer is approximately 12 miles west on Hwy 64 then south on Hwy 40 which turns into Main Street in city limits.
KJ's Fresh Market - 522 Bridge Street in Cornell is approximately 10 miles east on Hwy 64 which turns into Bridge Street in city limits.
NEAREST SEPTIC DUMP STATION - City of Bloomer Wastewater Treatment Plant - 2431 Chippewa Rd, Bloomer
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
1 row boat
Bob Lake has great fishing with Pan fish, Northern Pike and Bass.
Only 5 minutes from great hiking trails in the Chippewa County Forest
Bring your paddleboards to enjoy the "no wake" lake
Deer, bear, eagles, sandhill cranes and more!
Natural features you'll find at Bob Lake West in Wisconsin.
90 acre lake with dock
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Beautiful and exactly as described!
This site and lake was absolutely gorgeous, we had the perfect weather this weekend and got to enjoy the little paddle boat. So nice to have the outhouse, little shed, electric, and water! We were in tents and the space was great! We and our dogs enjoyed every moment of this site off the lake. Having the dock was a huge plus!
One word... perfect!
We had a fantastic time at Bob’s lake West! The property is well cared for and the lay out is perfect. Nice quiet lake for paddle boarding, kayaking and swimming!
We would return in a heartbeat!
Summer fun with friends and dogs!
This was an excellent site and we had a great time there this past weekend with 6 adults and 2 dogs in 2 campers and a tent. There were plenty of shady spots to move chairs to as the sun moved throughout the day, and the fire pit location was close to the lake for beautiful sunrise and sunset views. There is a house just to the south of the site that sells very good firewood for $5 a bundle (and great maple syrup and soaps!).
The lake is just large enough to be interesting, and we were able to get close to the resident loons in kayaks a couple of days in a row.
For those considering booking, be advised that the steps down to the lake are very steep, so for mobility challenged folks, you may want to drive to the public boat landing just across the way for easier water access even for kayaks and canoes. However, we had some strong folks who happily schlepped kayaks up and down for us.
The potable water access is easy, and the honey bucket is serviceable (bring your own hand sanitizer).
There is a cabin fairly close to the site to the north, but we had a camper parked in the circle drive on the cabin side with door facing south and another one parked on the other side of the circle with door facing north and it didn’t seem like we disturbed the folks in the cabin too much nor did they disturb us.
This was a great experience and we plan to visit again!