Open Beginning of May – Mid October
17 RV Sites ● Tents Welcome ● No Reservations Needed ● Pay Station Onsite
Sewer ● Water ● Electricity ● Toilets ● Shower House ● RV Dump Station ● ATV-Friendly
Facilities & Rates
17 RV SITES, 2 HANDICAP-ACCESSIBLE
11 full-hook-up sites, 4 are seasonal, one is a drive through
6 electric only sites
Sites include a picnic table and a fire pit
Pay station onsite
Restroom facilities, flush toilets
Daily: $28.00 for full hook-up, $22.00 for electric only
Weekly: $168.00 for full hook-up, $132.00 for electric only
Seasonal: $1,800.00 for full hook-up, $1,500.00 for electric only
Dump Station: $5.00 per use
Shower: $1.75 for 5 minutes
We want our guests have a pleasant stay. We are proud of our town, its solitude and the natural environment! Our goal: a quiet park, with common courtesies extended to all our neighbors.
• Occupancy limited to: 1 RV/Travel Trailer & 1 Tent OR 2 Tents.
• Fees must be paid within 1 hour of site selection.
• Site must be occupied once the fees have been paid.
• No more than 2 vehicles per site. Additional vehicles and trailers must be parked in the designated parking lot.
• Ground covers may not exceed the length and width of the RV’s awning.
• No firewood originating more than 25 miles from the campground is permitted.
• Fires must be built in fire rings only.
• No burning of garbage.
• Fires must be attended at all times and extinguished when campers not physically present.
• No tree or brush cutting allowed.
• Quiet hours are from 10pm to 7 am.
• No discharging firearms, BB guns, fireworks or bows in the Campground or Park.
• Animals must be leashed and under control. Pet waste must be bagged and disposed of in the dumpster.
• Dumping of gray water and/or black water on the ground is prohibited.
• Washing vehicles, including trailers is prohibited (ATV’s OK).
• ATV’s must be kept on the gravel. Damage or destruction to roads and grounds will result in eviction.
• Check out time is 11:00 am.
Located in the heart of Chequamegon National Forest, the Drummond area offers lots of fun outdoor activities for families to enjoy: fishing, hunting, boating, kayaking, canoeing, camping, hiking, biking, swimming, ATVs and more. The national forest has many beautiful lakes, streams and trails—all available to the public!
Be sure to check out the Historical Museum and Visitors Center at the Drummond Library when you are here—lots of area information is available!
You can rent boats and kayaks, arrange a river trip, and buy fishing & outdoor supplies, firewood and more at Bear Country Convenience Store & Gas Station—which also has an ATM.
The Oaks, a non-denominational house of worship at the southwest corner of Drummond on Hwy 63, offers Sunday services.