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Choosing the Best Campsite at Wildwood Haven Resort for Your RV (or tent) and Your Group.

If you've never been to Wildwood Haven Resort, I'm excited to welcome you and this post is here to help you decide on which site will suit you and your group the best. If you already chose a site and feel, after reading this, another one might suit you better, no worries, just email me and we'll get you switched - of course, if the new site is available.

Consider what you need for your RV or for your group and step through the list of questions to make sure you get the site you want to make your Northwoods Vacation the best it can be.

Questions to ask yourself to help choose your site:

Do you need electric?

If yes, sites 1-5, 8-12 offer 30 amp only - no 120v plug, this means you'll need an adapter if you do not have a 30 amp outlet plug in.

Sites 14-18, 21-25 offer 50/30/20, which means whatever RV plug in you have it'll work there.

If you don't need or want electricity choose sites 6, 7, 13, 19, 20

Do you need water?

If yes, choose sites 1-5 or 8-12.

If no, you don't need water or can do with a fill, choose sites 6, 7, 13 & 14-25.

Do you need sewer hookups?

If yes, you'll have to choose another campground. We do not offer full hookups at this time but we do have water and electric on some sites and a dump station if you need it.

If no, you're good at any site.

Do you have to be on the lake?

If yes, chose sites 1-5. Sites 1-3 have the most unobstructed views.

Any site in our lake loop has partial lake views and you're a short walk to our piers, boat launch and beach.

Would you like a pull-thru site?

If yes, chose site 1 (the only lake side pull-thru) or sites 14-17 in our North Loop.

Do you need to be close to a bathroom?

If yes, choose sites 1 or 12 to be near our bathhouse or sites 5 &10 to be near our outhouse.

Do you want a more private site?

If yes, choose a site in our North Loop, the sites are a bit more wooded and there is more space in between. These are sites 14-25.

If no, choose sites in our smaller Lake Loop for a more social space.

Are you bringing an ATV/UTV?

If yes, please consider a site in the North Loop. The sites are a bit larger, which allows easy parking of the ATV/UTV when out of the toy hauler - also easy unloading/loading. Sites 14 & 25 have easy access to the main driveway in and are right across from each other if you're travelling with another ATV group.

Want to be near the playground or sports field?

Choose any site on the inside side of the Lake Loop 8-12 or sites 15, 16 & 19 in the North Loop.

Are you traveling with group where some people have RVs and a friend or family member who needs or prefers a cabin?

If yes, then choose site 12, it's right next to our Park Model Cabin, the Lakeview Retreat. That way, everyone is right near by.

Which site is the quietest?

First off, we are not a "party campground" and we do strictly enforce quiet hours at 10pm. With that said, the campground is only as quiet as your fellow campers. Additionally, we have no control over the other lake residents - outside of the campground. Sound travels far along the lake, so if you want a quiet night, I would recommend a site out in our North Loop. Trust me, you'll still hear the loons, they are really loud, but you'll get less noise from your fellow campers.

Do you have other considerations?

Send me an email with your question and I'll add it to the list with my recommended sites.

Again, I look forward to hosting you this summer and I wish you the best summer vacation you could have in the Northwoods!

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