- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Private Hardwood forest river camp in Wisconsin.
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Very nice place. Next to a small flowing very clear river. Quiet spot in the woods on a dead end road. Plenty of wood to cut for the fire. Lots of wildlife, seen deer and a fox. Can see the neighbors house, but did not bother us at all. Very rustic, but a great place. Would definitely stay again.
The space is perfect for car camping and fishing! Loved our weekend there. Brett and Lynne are excellent hosts and even took me and my boys to their other property to try our hand at trout fishing. Boys loved it, and so thankful for the extra thoughtfulness. We'll definitely be back!!
We brought our pop-up and spent a rainy weekend here. The forest is beautiful and quiet, there are awesome trails and county parks nearby with some neat natural features. The host created a nice site with a fire pit w grill, benches/picnic table, Weber grill, and firewood. Brett was kind and helpful. Thank you so much!
Pretty, quiet, private site
The site was very pretty and peaceful. We appreciated the well-kept table, bench and fire ring. The host was communicative and helpful while respecting our privacy. We would definitely book again.
Wonderful, peaceful, tranquil. Such a beautiful place to spend a few days. I took my three boys there camping, and they enjoyed it thoroughly. We caught a handful of pike in the creek, and enjoyed our time around the campfire and next to the water. Wonderful hosts with great fishing tips as well!
This is a quiet rustic wooded campsight on an empty rectangular plot with easy river access . The hosts were very accomodating, answered questions quickly and are available if need be but also not obtrusive at all. They had lots of wood already split and waiting by the fire ring which was a nice touch. The site is sufficiently flat and is at the end of a relatively narrow path. I dont drive with a trailer (in this case a 20ft travel trailer) often so it was a tad challenging getting in. Someone with more experience would not have much of a problem maneuvering into place . If you are a trailer newbie just keep it in mind. We were coming back from the UP so we just stopped over for a couple nights of quiet relaxation (aka not crammed into a state park camp ground) before heading back to civilization. Overall we were very happy with our stay.