Firewood Notice: As of June 1, 2014, firewood is not allowed on Wisconsin State Park, Trail or Forest properties from more than 10 miles away from the destination campground.
In addition, firewood that has been in an EAB quarantined area is not allowed on properties outside of the quarantined area. Please buy firewood nearby or at the property you are going to. Call the DNR toll-free Firewood Information Line 1-877-303-WOOD (9663) for information before packing for a trip.

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Status: Open year round.   Season Dates
Max reservation window: Sun Sep 20 2015   Later Dates
Site, Loop:091, North Daisy Field
Find Similar Sites Type:STANDARD NON ELECTRIC Amenities:
Pets Allowed
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Reservation Window: Wed Oct 22 2014 – Sun Sep 20 2015

Check-in: 3:00 pm

Departure date:
Check-out: 3:00 pm

Site Details:

  • Site Reserve Type: Site-Specific
  • Site Access: Drive-In
  • Checkin Time: 3:00 pm
  • Checkout Time: 3:00 pm
  • Type of Use: Overnight
  • Min Num of People: 1
  • Max Num of People: 6
  • Pets Allowed: Domestic
  • Max Num of Vehicles: 2
  • Driveway Surface: Gravel
  • Driveway Entry: Back-In
  • Driveway Length: 30
  • Max Vehicle Length: 36
  • Shade: Full
  • Doublewide Drive: Y
  • Tent Pad: Y
  • Fire Pit: Y
  • Looking For Category: RV Site,Tent Site,Trailer Site
  • Picnic Table: Y
  • Proximity to Drinking Water: less than 300
  • Quiet Area: Y
Photo: 091, North Daisy Field

Alerts and Important Information


Setting up your campsite is not allowed between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The shower building and dump station are open the first weekend in May to mid-October, weather permitting. Vehicle admission stickers are required.



This shaded site is wooded, with a natural camping pad surface. The double-wide, gravel, driveway is level. This 1,225-acre park offers trails for hiking (9 miles), mountain biking (8 miles), skiing (9 miles, groomed and tracked, most for traditional and skate skiing) and snowmobiles (8.3 miles). A small sledding hill is available near the campground shelter. During the summer months, the park is a base for boating, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, SCUBA diving, and water skiing on Green Bay, but the rocky shore doesn`t have a beach. The two-mile shoreline is dotted with granite boulders, brought from Canada by the glacier. The docks are pulled from the water in early November, and the fish cleaning station is closed.

Footnotes: (applicable only where specifically marked above)
** Arrival dates less than 48 hours in advance may be available by walking in at the campground. You must occupy the site.