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Apostle Islands Area Campground & RV Park 
Top 3 Campground Rules:

#1 Have FUN!
#2 Enjoy and appreciate every moment with family and friends new and old.
#3 Create memories that will last forever.

Our policies and guidelines have been put in place to create a safe and enjoyable environment for all of our campers, in hopes that your experience will bring you and your family back for years to come.

**ATTENTION** Please note our quiet hours are from 10:00 pm - 7:00 am. We are a family campground, not a party campground. Thank you for understanding and we look forward to seeing you!



Rates include 2 adults and up to 6 children age 17 and under. Extra adults are $10.00 per person per night for camp sites and $25.00 per person per night for cabins. Site price includes one camper and one vehicle. Extra vehicles, boats, trailers will be charged $5.00 each per day. Additional guests need to register at the office upon arrival. Tents on occupied R.V. sites will be charged an additional tent site price of $30.00 per night.

Adding additional guests to reservations needs to be approved by the office prior to arrival.

During Holidays and Apple Fest, the extra adult fee is $10.00 per person per night.

2 night minimum stay required
(1 night reservation is allowed if there is a gap in between reservations)

3 night minimum required during Holidays and Apple Fest.




Our check in time frame is from 1:00 pm -6:00 pm and check out is at 11:00 am (guests do not need to check out at office upon departure). Check in after 6:00 pm will incur an additional $50.00 fee. Guests checking in after 6:00 pm must notify the office. No check in or set up after 8:00 pm. Thank you for your cooperation- this is a courtesy to fellow campers enjoying their evening.

Cabin Guests:

Our check in time frame is from 3:00 pm -6:00 pm and check out is at 10:00 am (check out at office upon departure). Check in after 6:00 pm will incur an additional $50.00 fee. Guests checking in after 6:00 pm must notify the office. No check in after 8:00 pm. Thank you for your cooperation- this is a courtesy to fellow campers enjoying their evening.



If a reservation is canceled:

Please note, processing fees are non-refundable on all reservations


31 days or more prior to arrival- Refund less a $30.00 cancellation fee *
30 days or less prior to arrival-   Refund less first night of reservation *
14 days or less prior to arrival-   50% refund *
7   days or less prior to arrival-   NO REFUND *

Cabin Rentals:

61 days or more prior to arrival- Refund less $50.00 cancellation fee *
60 days or less prior to arrival-   Refund less first night of reservation *
30 days or less prior to arrival-   50% refund *
14 days or less prior to arrival-   NO REFUND *

Cleaning fees and retail items purchased (firewood, ice, sticker, etc) will be refunded in full.

* If you have purchased a "Worry Free Booking", this fee is non-refundable. See terms and conditions (this is a third party fee). * If you need to cancel a "Worry Free Booking", please use the link in your confirmation email.

No refunds for early departures.
We don't charge extra for sunshine, so we don't refund for rain.

3 night minimum required for Holidays and Apple Fest.

Guests who are not able to make the first day(s) of their reservation must notify the campground office. If the office is not notified, the reservation will be forfeited and will become available to other guests.



Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. We do strictly enforce this....everyone wants to enjoy their stay. Violating this rule will result in early departure without a refund.

What are quiet hours?
After 10:00 pm, quiet conservation and quiet music is permitted outside of the camper/cabin. Please be respectful of your neighbors during this time as complaints will be promptly addressed.

Drunken or disorderly conduct will not be tolerated.



$3.00 per pet per night.

(2) pet limit in RV's. No pets allowed while tenting. Pets are welcome in the campground as long as they are kept quiet, on a leash and never left unattended outside of your camper. Pet's fecal matter must be immediately cleaned up and disposed of properly.

Barking dogs will be required to be removed from the campground.

Any pets displaying vicious or aggressive behavior, deemed a nuisance, and/or not under control by the pet's owner, will be asked to be removed immediately without refund(s).

Any pet that has EVER displayed aggressive behavior towards another pet or human, is NOT permitted at the campground.

Guests are responsible for pet's behavior against humans and other animals at all times.



ATV's and UTV's may be ridden only when leaving the campsite to go on the trail system (proof of insurance is required).

All vehicle speed limits are 5 mph.

No golf cart use within the park.



No generator use during quiet hours.



No firewood carry-ins. No exceptions. We want to keep our beautiful trees safe from harmful insects. Firewood available for purchase at camp store.



Fireworks or floating lanterns are NOT permitted.


Guests not following our policies and guidelines will be asked to immediately leave the campground without any refund(s).

Parents or adults are responsible for their children and accountable for their behavior at all times.

We reserve the right to change or modify any site(s) or cabin(s) for any reason.

We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason.



Camping is a lot of fun. It offers the chance to get outdoors, experience fresh air and play in open spaces. We are proud of our campground. We have worked hard to make a quality experience available to our guests.
However, we need to inform our guests that there are risks in camping. The experiences and attractions which make camping enjoyable bring with them an element of hazard. We have always found the rewards, emotional and recreational, far outweigh the risks. We believe that training, patience and prudence avoid almost all problems. We do want to be sure all of our guests are aware of the risks posed by camping-related activities.
Where nature, outdoors and camping activities are involved, it is possible to manage and reduce the risk of injury. It is not possible to eliminate risk. For that reason, the State of Wisconsin has adopted laws which limit the liability of businesses like our campground. We are not liable for injuries and damages which result from the inherent risks of camping. We want to be sure our customers are aware of those laws. Customers should not participate in our recreational activities if they are uncomfortable with the limitations on our liability resulting from the law.

By selecting "I agree" below, I agree that I have been given this "NOTICE OF LIMITATION OF LIABILITY TO INDIVIDUALS CONSIDERING PARTICIPATING IN CAMPING." I have been asked to read the entire Notice by Campground. I have had the chance to ask questions about the Notice. I have asked the Campground to allow me to participate in camping. This Notice has informed me that there are risks associated with camping and related recreation. I have decided that the benefits to me of participating in camping and related recreation outweigh the risks. I agree that the Campground is immune from liability to the extent provided by Wisconsin Law.

The text of the Wisconsin law is as follows:

895.519  Civil liability exemption; private campgrounds.
(1)  In this section:
(am) "Inherent risk of camping" means a danger or condition that is an integral part of camping, including dangers posed by any of the following:
1. Features of the natural world, such as trees, tree stumps, roots, brush, rocks, mud, sand, and soil.
2. Uneven or unpredictable terrain.
3. Natural bodies of water.
4. Another camper or visitor at the private campground acting in a negligent manner, where the campground owner or employees are not involved.
5. A lack of lighting, including lighting at campsites.
6. Campfires in a fire pit or enclosure provided by the campground.
7. Weather.
8. Insects, birds, and other wildlife.
9. Campers are aware that the Campground cannot guarantee that the sanitary and other measures employed by the Campground will prevent COVID 19 or any other infectious disease. Campers agree that they stay at the Campground at their own risk. Campers agree that the Campground is not liable to Campers for infections sustained or experienced by the Camper. Camper also agrees that in the event that the Campground determines it is necessary to ask Camper or Camper's guest(s) to leave the Campground, Camper will leave the Campground immediately.
(bm) "Private campground" means a facility that is issued a campground license under s. 97.67 and that is owned and operated by a private property owner, as defined in s. 895.52 (1) (e).
(2) Except as provided in sub. (3), a private campground, an owner or operator of a private campground, and any employees and officers of a private campground or private campground owner or operator are immune from civil liability for acts or omissions related to camping at a private campground if a person is injured or killed, or property is damaged, as a result of an inherent risk of camping.
(3) The immunity of sub. (2) does not apply if the person seeking immunity does any of the following:
(a) Intentionally causes the injury, death, or property damage.
(b) Acts with a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of the party or the property damaged. In this paragraph, "willful or wanton disregard" means conduct committed with an intentional or reckless disregard for the safety of others.
(c) Fails to conspicuously post warning signs of a dangerous inconspicuous condition known to him or her on the property that he or she owns, leases, rents, or is otherwise in lawful control or possession of.
(4) This section does not limit the immunity created under s. 895.52.
(5) Nothing in this section affects the assumption of risk under s. 895.525 by a person participating in a recreational activity including camping.