September 12, 2020 - reviewed by lindar
Small state park. Nice big grassy sites. Easy access to visit Lake Geneva area. Mosquitos were really bad! There is no beach area, but there is a large field connected with the park, that overlooks the lake. Easy in and out of campground with our 34ft fifth wheel. Would stay here again if visiting the area. Easy access to water and dump areas.
June 1, 2018 - reviewed by Joe Freman
Very Questionable Beach
We went there for Memorial Day weekend. We were able to walk up and get a site. They have a water bands so no showers no drinking water no anything. When we got to our sites we went to hook up the electricity but there was no electricity on that site. It was in the 90s with lots of humidity and we were in a old junkie RV that was more like a sauna then an RV. We have one of those quiet Predator generators and we were in spot 73 which is way in the back of the park and the park ranger came up and asked as if we're going to be running our generator all night because it was too loud. But the next day we were able to change 2 in electrical site that was much better. It's only like a 1.5 mile bike ride down to the real Beach which cost about $8 a person it was a good time. This place has the beach but it is really small and I was kind of gross and lame. The downtown is kind of like a mini Wisconsin Dells. We will go again but we will definitely reserve a spot in the future
September 3, 2017 - reviewed by Jenie F
For a state park campground, this place surpassed any expectations we had. The sites are huge- our site & all surrounding sites- and it felt very private. We stayed over Labor Day weekend and it was peaceful and did not feel overcrowded at all. They have a new shower building that has separate shower rooms so you receive complete privacy which is a bonus! They keep it very clean. I would come again and highly recommend it if you don't mind not having a water hookup.
July 30, 2017 - reviewed by Lobster MAN
Nice, clean park. Staff very pleasant. Clean, modern bathrooms and showers. Lots of rules and regulations posted everywhere . Very crowded on weekends. It was a great location, close to Lake Geneva. Enjoyed the network of hiking trails, although very buggy due to all the rain. Not all sites have hook-ups so book early. A bit expensive when you factor in rhe Wisconsin parking fees.
May 27, 2017 - reviewed by Gabriel
Small sites, no water on sites, no dogs on trails, no alcohol prohibited on site. Site was backwards had the fire pit on the backside of camper and bushes right in front of door in site 82.
Positive park rangers do a lot of patrolling. Right outside of town so can do stuff in town. Boat rentals down the road if you have the money. Otherwise quite at night.
I'm not coming back unless I can get site 25 it's huge.