September 21, 2019 - reviewed by TomC
RV Park, not a Campground
I wish people could tell the difference between an RV park and a campground. We stayed here for two nights over a weekend. The place is clean and the long-term residents were all friendly.
Only three stars because the sewer connection was sticking above the ground higher than the connection on the camper, so we couldn't use it. So when we left, we tried to use the dump station, and the pipe was too small for a standard hose. Grrr...
Oh, and electric is ONLY 50 amp, so I'm glad we had an adapter.
May 11, 2018 - reviewed by Dennis
Not Set Up For Nightly Stays.
We drove through the park the afternoon of May 10, 2018, very early in the summer season. A dozen or more empty sites. Campground office is closed. Posted 2014 rates include a nightly rate of $28. Registration is at a nearby motel office. Motel clerk said no sites were available for the night. Sites were for seasonal and annual rental. Large campground. RVs had porches and other attachments indicating long term residents. Probably not worth trying for only a night or two. We drove south of Pepin toward Nelson. Camped for free in a wildlife area parking lot directly on the Chippawa River. County Sherrif drove by once but didn't stop. Quiet night.