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PARK CAMPGROUNDS RESERVATION POLICY

RESERVATIONS - Click here to make a reservation
  • Reservations are accepted 6 months in advance.
  • There is a $10.00 reservation fee that is non-refundable should you decide to cancel your reservation.
  • All Marinette County campgrounds are reservations only.
  • During the camping season, reservations can be made the same day as long as there is an open campsite by making a reservation online on the Marinette County’s Website - click here
  • Online reservations are prefered, but you can call 715-732-7530 during regular office hours, Mon - Fri, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Master Card or Visa Credit Cards are accepted.
  • A separate reservation must be submitted for each campsite desired and the name listed on the camping receipt must be a member of the camping party that will occupy the site.
  • The county reserves the right to make adjustments in the assignments of the campsites if necessary. Campers may not move to other campsites.
CAMPING REGISTRATION

All parks are self registration campgrounds. Campers will receive two day use passes for the duration of their stay with the cost of the camping reservation. If you have more than two vehicles, you must purchase a day use pass at the entrance to the park. With your camping registration, you are able to enjoy any Marinette County Park, Boat Launch or Waterfall during the duration of your stay. Please post your day use pass in the lower passenger side of your vehicle windshield for the Park Caretaker.

CAMPSITE OCCUPANCY
  • No more than one camping party or family shall occupy a single campsite.
  • The maximum number of sleeping units allowed per campsite are as follows: two (2) tents, or one (1) tent and one (1) mobile camping unit, such as a recreational trailer, RV, motorhome, camper, etc.
  • No more than one (1) recreational trailer, camper, RV, or motorhome, may occupy a campsite.
CAMPING PARTY: 
  • A group of not more than six (6) adults. Groups that are not larger than a “Camping Party” should utilize standard campsites, unless none are available. Groups larger than a “Camping Party” should utilize a group site.
  • Family. A parent or parents with their unemancipated children and not more than two (2) guests. Families should utilize standard campsites, unless none are available. Groups larger than a “Family” should utilize a group site.
  • Organized Group. A group made up of members or participants of any organization or camp, such as a youth camp. Organized groups comprised of juvenile members must be under the leadership of least one (1) competent, mature adult that is twenty-one (21) years old or older per every five (5) juveniles in the group. In order to mitigate noise and space disturbances to other campers, organized groups are not permitted to utilize standard campsites, except by written permission
CHECK IN AND CHECK OUT HOURS
  • Check in time is 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Check out time is prior to 12:00 p.m.
VISITORS
  • Visitors are allowed from 5:00 am to 10:00 p.m. with a $5.00 day use park pass that is available at the entrance of the park or online.
PARKING
  • The campsite parking area is approximately 45' x 14'.
  • Two vehicles maximum are permitted to park per site. All other vehicles, trailers, boat trailers, visitors etc. must be parked in the visitor’s parking lot.
  • Parking is prohibited along any road within the campground at all times.
CAMPFIRES
  • Fires will be permitted only at designated fire rings or grills and wood is available for purchase at the parks. 
FIREWORKS
  • For public safety and health, fireworks are not permitted in the park except for large expositions by prior written permit.
QUIET HOURS: MUSIC AND NOISE
  • 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. are quiet hours - unreasonable noise will not be tolerated.
  • Radios, stereos, TV’s, etc., should be operated in a manner that does not disturb others.
  • Any disturbance should be reported to the park caretaker or the Marinette County Sheriff’s Department (715) 732-7600.
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
Confirmed campsites will be held for the length of the reservation unless the reservation is cancelled. A reservation can be cancelled on line by the individual who made the reservation or by calling the Parks Office during office hours. The reservation fee is non-refundable. Refund of camping fees will be in a form of a voucher to be used towards a future reservation and will be valid for the current camping year and the following.

Voucher will be given only under the following conditions:
  • Four or more days’ notice: If the reservation is canceled on line or the cancellation request is received at the parks’ office four or more days before the reservation arrival date, all camping fees minus the reservation fee will be issued in a form of a voucher.
  • Less than four days’ notice: If the reservation is canceled on line or the cancellation request is received at the parks’ office less than four days before the reservation arrival date, all camping fees minus the reservation fee and one night’s fee will be issued in a form of a voucher.
  • On or after the scheduled arrival date: If the reservation cancellation request is received at the parks’ office after 3:00 p.m. of the scheduled arrival date, there will be no voucher issued.
  • Early Departure: Refunds will not be made of camping fees or reservation fees once the site is occupied.
USE OF VOUCHER

To enter a new reservation using a voucher or promo code from a previous cancelled reservation, log into the account that was used when the original reservation was made.

RULES ENFORCEMENT

Failure to observe posted rules may result in cancellation of the camping permit, and offenders will be subject to penalties provided in the Marinette County Parks and Forestry Code.

ADDITIONAL RULES
  • Pets must be on a leash not longer than eight feet and quiet at all times. Pets are not permitted on the beach.
  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages will not be permitted between 1:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m.
  • Smoking is not allowed in any buildings.
  • The operation of drones is not permitted in Marinette County Parks or Campgrounds.
  • Please help save green vegetation - set up trailer and tent entrances on gravel.
  • Do not leave garbage in campsites. Dumpsters are provided for park users for trash and recyclables.
OTHER INFORMATION
  • Twin Bridge Park and Morgan Park have flush toilets, showers and laundry machines available. All other parks have only pit toilets.
  • Due to uncertainty in seasonal changes in weather, water, dump stations, and some bathroom amenities may be closed, as needed, any time after October 1.
  • McClintock Park Campground is the only Marinette County Park that permits ATV’s to be driven within the campground. ATV’s are not permitted in any other Marinette County Park or campground, except where a designated ATV/UTV corral is present. Goodman ATV parking areas are available at the edge of the park at Goodman Park.
  • In addition to the terms of this policy, all County Ordinances, as well as state and federal laws, must be followed. Violations are subject to fines and forfeitures.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION or to make suggestions or comments, contact:

Marinette County Parks Department  |  Marinette Court House - 1st Floor
1926 Hall Ave, Marinette, WI 54143  |  (715) 732-7530
www.marinettecountywi.gov

HELP US PRESERVE YOUR PARKS FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS. PLEASE DON’T LITTER OR DESTROY VEGETATION.