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Old 05-16-2014, 09:51 AM   #11
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Its funny you mention new owners. This Saturday the new owners are having a party for the outgoing owners. Unfortunately Grandma's Swedish Bakery does not open untill next weekend
I do plan on taking my kayak on the Mink River for some bass fishing it also happens to to a great spot for fly fishing for bass and easy pan fish fishing for the kids.
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Old 05-16-2014, 11:15 AM   #12
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We are camping at Hyland campgrounds for Memorial Day weekend and the week after. Would appreciate recommendations on golf courses and must sees. Thx
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Old 05-16-2014, 11:31 AM   #13
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Ellison Bluff State Natural Area Is a really fun and beautiful place very close to where your staying. It has a lookout point that goes out over the bluff (dont go to the end if your afraid of heights) Cave Point park is also a must see, has a great picnic area and waves crashing on the rock face have carved out caves, while you cant go in them the water makes a fantastic show when its windy. Golf courses, where to start! Horseshoe bay is the elite gold course in door county located just south of Egg Harbor its a tournament style course you wont want to miss. The closest to you will be Bay Ridge in Sister Bay, its a very nice course but a bit more simple. For just a fun time Cherry Hills I like to call it the largest mini golf course around featuring a par 3 where you tee off what seems like 100' above the green, just an all around fun course. I don't want to take anything from any of the courses though you cant go wrong with golf up here and I believe there will be 7 courses within a 45 min drive of your campground!!
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Old 05-19-2014, 12:58 PM   #16
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We had a great first outing with the new camper, everything worked perfectly and the campground (Wagon Trail) was fantastic!!! we had a premium site (500's) its about the most private site you could ever ask for from a campground. My son even go to see a raccoon (lock up your stuff lol)
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Old 05-19-2014, 08:27 PM   #17
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What number was your site? We are heading up there on Friday.

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Old 05-20-2014, 08:43 AM   #18
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514 There where sites on both sides of us but there must be 30' of woods in between. behind us, by the fire pit there was nothing but amazing woods. It really was an amazing view!
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It's wine o'clock here in door county
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We had a great first outing with the new camper, everything worked perfectly and the campground (Wagon Trail) was fantastic!!! we had a premium site (500's) its about the most private site you could ever ask for from a campground. My son even got to see a raccoon (lock up your stuff lol)
Glad to read about your positive experience at WagonTrail. I recently found a map of the campground. We thought sites 519, 516, 515, 514, 512, 510, 508, and 506 were the best available to the general public in the campground. The higher the number, the closer to the new shower room. When we stayed at site 506, we used the older shower room.

When we last visited, we saw a porcupine while taking a late evening walk with the dog.

WagonTrail does not seem to have many sites with sewer but when we last visited, the tank empty service seemed to be working most everyday. I thought there was a small fee for this service.








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