Campground Rules


Please help us keep this campground family friendly.

Be considerate of others. Quiet hours are from 10:30 pm to 8:00 am and enforced.  Radios should be turned off, and noise contained within your site. Children must be supervised and back at your site by 10:00 p.m. The campground has the discretion to remove anyone due to disruptive behavior.

Our RV sites are designed to be backed into.  Please do not pull into an RV site unless otherwise instructed.  Pull thru sites are the exception.  Rugs and ground coverings are not permitted at any site.

If you move your picnic table or fire ring, please return it to the site location.

OUTSIDE FIREWOOD IS NOT PERMITTED. Wood will be confiscated and disposed of and there will be a $50 fine.    GATHERING FIREWOOD IS NOT PERMITTED.

Firewood is for sale at the store.   **Two quarantines exist in Wisconsin that affect firewood movement for the general public: A gypsy moth quarantine and a quarantine for emerald ash borer. Please note that loggers, timber haulers, and sawmills are already regulated and are not a concern. The inspections and certifications they require in order to transport hardwood firewood ARE NOT available to the general public. Wooded area surrounding the campground does not belong to the campground and you may be sited for trespassing.    All campfires are to be in the fire rings and extinguished when you leave your site or upon retiring for the evening.   Firewood only in fire rings. Do not burn trash in your fire.

Pets are not allowed in the registration building, pool enclosure, laundry, restrooms or game room.  Pets must be visibly leashed and under control at all times.  Your pet is not to be left alone outside and you must clean up after your pet. If you leave your pet unattended, you will be asked to leave without a refund.

All vehicles must obey a 5 MPH speed limit. Minors are not allowed to operate ATV’s, golf carts, etc. Golf cart owners must show proof of insurance.

NO lifeguard is on duty at the pool. Swim at your own risk.  Children under 14 or anyone unable to swim must be accompanied by an adult or a very able swimmer. Swimsuits only in pool. No cut-offs allowed. Children in diapers must wear swim diapers. Please observe all posted pool rules.

Fireworks are prohibited at all times.

Passes are required on all vehicles.  Please display prominently from your rear view mirror.

VISITORS: Must register and pay a visitor fee. Visitor hours are 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Visitors fee is $7.75/person/day. Passes are required on all vehicles.  Please display prominently from your rear view mirror.

Rental equipment, bikes and sports equipment are provided as a courtesy to our campers. Please treat equipment with care. Disrespect to equipment will not be tolerated.

Campers and their visitors will not hold WannaBee Campground & RV Resort responsible for any loss of personal property or any injuries. This includes any injury from use of sports equipment.

Please respect the facilities.  Do not wash dishes in the bathroom. No car or RV washing on camp site or at dump station.   Do not take anything from un-occupied campsites.

Please leave camp site as clean, or cleaner than you found it. Place all trash at the front of the site and it will be picked up. Separate aluminum for recycling, it will be picked up with the trash. Aluminum recycling helps pay for enhancements to the campground.  Fees will be assessed for unusual cleanup of sites.


SITE CHECK-IN TIME IS 1:00 pm, Cabins:3:00 pm / CHECK-OUT TIME IS 11:00 a.m. Notify the office before 10:00 a.m. if you wish to stay longer. The late check-out fee is $10+ tax per hour. SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. * YOU MUST BE IN AND SET UP BY 10:00 PM AS A COURTESY TO OTHER CAMPERS•    Early Check-in fee is 10+ tax,  Between 12-2 PM SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

Refunds will not be granted to anyone asked to leave for breaking any of the above-stated rules. Refunds will not be granted for early departures.  No refund for cancellations day of arrival.

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