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Old 07-10-2015, 01:14 PM   #1
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Wagon Trail Door County

I did a search but didn't find any info. Anyone camped at Wagon Trail Campground up in Door County??
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Old 07-11-2015, 09:04 AM   #2
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I did a search but didn't find any info. Anyone camped at Wagon Trail Campground up in Door County??
We camped in Door Co. once and I don't remember the name of the campground. It was nice in a woodsy, rural sort of way, although the only campground we have ever been at that our ATT 4G wireless hotspot didn't have signal. The one we camped at was on the west side of the penninsula, just north of Sister Bay.
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We stayed at that one north of Sister Bay last fall. It was okay, but not great. This Oct. we will be staying in the Egg Harbor Campground. There is a nice campground in Fish Creek on top of the hill.

The problem with the Sister Bay one is that it's just too far away from everything.
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Old 07-11-2015, 09:21 AM   #4
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We went ahead and made reservations for 10-6 through 10-19. I did find some very nice reviews online. It's about as far north as one can get in Door county. Might be chilly then.
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The mornings can be crisp but the days are usually pretty nice that time of year. The trees are usually in full color and the whole place is in party mode. Be sure to visit Fish Creek and Peletiers for a Fish Boil.

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Also plan a trip to visit Washington Island via the ferry.

Washington Island Ferry | Door County, Wisconsin

Another attraction for us is is the Peninsula Players.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Penin...e/109187542811

In the evening you can stand around a huge bon fire during intermission and have a glass of wine or a mixed drink. Really nice.
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We've stayed there a number of times over the years. It's more of a campground than an RV resort. In fact they have few sites suitable for a big rig, but they do have them. We like being that far north and generally out of the high traffic and congestion of the lower door. There's a "resort" within walking distance by the same name (but different ownership) with a good restaurant and a great bakery, at least the last time we were there.
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We spent two days in Door county about 7 years ago. It was the year that Wisconsin had the drought....no green grass anywhere. So I'm excited to really explore the area for two weeks.
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We tent camped at Wagon Trail back in the 80's. Good to hear the bakery down the street is still going. Loved the area and would like to go back, in the RV this time.
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I'm really excited for this trip. We've been south (Southern Illinois..Kentucky...Missouri) so many times in October that I just wanted north this time.
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We were there June 16-21. Site #207. Very nice place. Quiet. We were in the "Prime Sites". Electric and water. Plenty of room in between rigs. Bit pricey but was enjoyable. Very pet friendly (they loved our golden and she loved walking to the office every morning to get a treat). Showers were clean. Campground is in the "quieter" side of all the tourist stuff.
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We're staying in 213 pull through and we have a golden also and Roseanne said bring her to the office for treats. She will love that!!
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