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The Harbor Campground

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The campground has 151 sites consisting of seasonal sites, sites for RV’s and pull behinds as well as 40 tent sites. 128 sites have electricity and water. The primary reason people stay at The Harbor Campground is for the lake activities. It is located on the southwest end of Big Stone Lake and is a gateway to the Three Lakes Chain of Lakes where boating, skiing and fishing are all popular activities. The campground has 30 permanent docking facilities for rent as well as a docks available for those stopping at the restaurant or the bait and tackle shop which are also on the grounds. A boat launch, beach, and rentals of fishing boats, paddleboat and water tricycle complete the water recreation package available at Mann’s Harbor.The summer camping season runs from May 1 to Sept 30th, but campsites will be available during the fall and winter months to accommodate those who enjoy fall foliage, hunting, fishing as well as the winter sports. The Campground is also home to “The Restaurant” at “The Harbor”. It is open to guests as well as the public year-round. Chef Dennis attended culinary school and apprenticed at The Bakery Restaurant in Chicago. his past experience includes Valparaiso Country Club in Indiana, Genoa Country Club in Illinois and Tanglewood Hotel and Resort in Texas.



Email: dennis@theharborcampground.com

Phone: (715) 546-4240

Check-in Time: 2:00 PM

Check-out Time: NOON

Total Sites: 125


Amenities

  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi

Directions

"Directions from Green Bay, Wisconsin: Start out going NW on US-141 Dousman Street toward N. Broadway Street Turn Left onto N. Broadway Street Turn Right onto WI-29/W. Walnut Street. Continue to follow WI-29 W. Take the US-45 N/CR-M/WI-29-BR exit- Exit 195- toward Antigo/Wittenburg. Turn Right onto Genesee Street/US-45. Continue to follow US-45 N. Turn Left onto US-45. Look for the billboard! End at Three Lakes, WI US. Directions from Appleton, Wisconsin: Start out going W on W. College Avenue/WI-125 toward S. Memorial Drive. Turn Right onto N. Richmond Street/WI-47 N. Continue to follow WI-47 N. Merge onto WI-29 W via the ramp on the Left. Take the US-45 N/CR-M/WI-29-BR exit- Exit 195- toward Antigo/Wittenburg Turn Right onto Genesee Street/US-45. Continue to follow US-45 N. Turn Left onto US-45. Look for the billboard! End at Three Lakes, WI US. Directions from Madison, Wisconsin: Beginning from I-39 N/I-90 W/I-94 W toward Wisconsin Dells. Take the WI-78 S/I-39 N exit- Exit 108A-B- toward Marrimac/US-51/Portage/Wausau. Merge onto I-39 N via EXIT 108B toward US-51/Portage/Wausau. Merge onto US-51 N. Take the US-8 exit. Turn Right onto US-8 E. US-8 E becomes W. Kemp Street/US-8 BR E. Turn Left onto WI-17. Look for the billboard! Turn Right onto CR-A. CR-A becomes Superior Street/US-45/WI-32. End at Three Lakes, WI US Directions from Chicago, Illinois: Take I-94 W toward Wisconsin. Take I-43 N toward Green Bay. Merge onto US-141 N via Exit 192A toward Marinette/Iron Mountain. Turn Left onto WI-64. Stay straight to go onto WI-32. Turn Right onto US-8/WI-32/WI-55/S Lake Avenue. Turn Left onto US-8/W Glen Street. Continue to follow US-8. Turn Right onto US-45. Look for the billboard! End at Three Lakes, WI US. Directions from Minneapolis, Minnesota: Beginning from I-94 E. Merge onto WI-29 E via EXIT 52 toward WI-40/Colfax/Green Bay. Turn slight Rightonto WI-124 S/WI-29 E/Bridge Street. Continue to follow WI-124 S/WI-29 E.


Pet Policy

PETS: We encourage that you bring your pet. However, all pets must be kept on a leash when outside your camper or tent. Please clean up after your pet. Please keep your pets off your neighbors' site. Remember your pet is used to you and your family and may not react the same amongst other people.


Campground Rules

"DOCKS: Payment in full by January 15th is required to secure a spot on our permanent and temporary docks. The seasonal charge on our permanent docks is $300.00 + tax ($316.50) per year; our temporary docks are $175.00 + tax ($184.62) per year. These docks are only offered to our seasonal guests at this price, so we encourage to contact us to secure one for the 2005 season. For seasonal docks you are required to remove your boats and store on your sites during times that you are not present for more then 24 hours. It is the responsibility of our seasonal dock guests to inform us when you will be here to prevent us from renting them to others. The daily docking fee will be $10.00+ tax per day. A waiting list / daily log book is in the office for your convenience. SPACES ARE NOT TRANSFERABLE. BOAT REGISTRATION NUMBERS AND A BRIEF DESCRIPTION WILL BE REQUIRED AT TIME OF RENTING YOUR SPACE. fORMS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OR WE WILL MAIL YOU ONE. AUTOMOBILES AND TRUCKS: To avoid overcrowding, only one vehicle per site site is allowed. Visitors and second vehicles will park in the designated visitor parking spaces marked on the east side of the garages. Visitors cannot drive in the park without permission from the office, If someone needs assistance and you are not able to help, we will assist them. FIREWORKS: There will be NO FIREWORKS OR SPARKLERS ALLOWED on the campground at any time. Violators will be asked to leave. There is too much at risk to allow fireworks. CAMPFIRES: Building a campfire is a part of the camping experience. Please follow a few simple but important rules. Keep fires a safe distance from trees and campers. Build fires only in the fire pits provided. Make sure fires are contained or out before you leave your site, even before retiring for the evening.



Weather

Snow
Sunday 12/11/2016 80%
Snow
Snow this morning will give way to lingering snow showers this afternoon. High 22F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 80%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected.
Mostly Cloudy
Monday 12/12/2016 20%
Mostly Cloudy
Considerable cloudiness. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High around 20F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
Clear
Tuesday 12/13/2016 10%
Clear
Bitterly cold. Sunny along with a few clouds. High 3F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.
Mostly Cloudy
Wednesday 12/14/2016 10%
Mostly Cloudy
Bitterly cold. Mostly cloudy. High 1F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.
Partly Cloudy
Thursday 12/15/2016 20%
Partly Cloudy
Mostly cloudy skies early will become partly cloudy later in the day. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High 6F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.


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