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Old 04-21-2014, 07:02 PM   #11
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We stayed at Crazy Horse 2yrs ago and had an absolute blast. My wife and all of her family are from WI so if we do a family outing its always in WI. We just scheduled Pride of America to stay at next month. That one is always a good time as well.

We have a 3yr old and one on the way so we have to make sure campgrounds have a lot of activities.
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Old 04-21-2014, 07:30 PM   #12
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We have 17 mth old twins so I get what you mean. What kind of boat did you have? We had Hawkeye sell our Formula to get our Camper.
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We just had a Sylvan pontoon. It was nice but I kinda missed camping. Worked out in the end because we got a much nicer camper than we had before.
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Old 05-03-2014, 01:44 PM   #14
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We have also stayed at Wagontrail Campground in Ellison Bay and would recommend. Nearby Swedish bakery is wonderful.
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Old 05-15-2014, 09:11 AM   #15
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Door County has a ton of great campgrounds! Quietwoods south (just south of sturgeon bay) has it all including a couple waterslides for the kids, bar for adults and an amazing firework show for the 4th and my favorite adult trick-or-treating in October they also have a huge haunted house that rivals any you have been to right at the campground. Harbor Village (Carlsville) again has water slides, huge pool, adult only pool and really nice wooded sites. Wagon trail is nice if you prefer quiet camping in the woods yet close to Sister Bay for shopping and dinning. My familys favorite is Ahnapee River Trails in Algoma (15 min from Sturgeon Bay) the reason is the pool is always 85 degrees and noone is ever in it lol
its a small quiet campground not very wooded but its also on the Ahnapee River they have canoes and such for rent to play on the river.
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