Dorchester City Park

4 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

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Reviews (avg. rating 5.0)

| Great City Park Campgrounds

By user-5835482... on 2017-10-23.

Great city park campgrounds with electric, sewer, pull thru sites, showers, SS Dorchester memorial , 1 mile hike and playground equipment. Low rates between $15 and $18 a night with weekly and monthly rates also available. Only downfall is some industry making noise otherwise very quiet and pleasant place to stay. Free firewood also!

| Nice and Relaxing!

By user-6042688... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-18 to 2018-06-20

Visited here in mid June 2018, with a 42’ fifth wheel, and was in Site 8 (50amp/FHU). We don’t usually drive to parks/campgrounds unless they have a website or plenty of information on one of the review websites but really couldn’t find much on this one. While venturing across Wisconsin we thought we’d gave it a shot anyway and I’m glad we did. The park consists of 30 sites. Sites 1-6, 10-12 (back-in) 7 & 8 (pull-thru) all 50amps/FHU and a additional 19 sites I believe, with just electric/water, however there is a dump station. The roads are graveled within in the park and the sites are fairly level with lightly graveled pads that’s packed down. The OTA reception wasn’t bad, as we got a nice selection of TV channels and our AT&T cellular service worked well too. It is a honor pay system, daily rates of $16 for electric/water and $18 for FHU. Weekly and monthly rates were available too. The RV park is part of the community park so it has a lot to offer and consist of near 40 acres of grass, trees, a about half of it is a small lake. There is a decent playground for the kids, a ball diamond, two tennis courts, a large pavilion and a few smaller picnic shelters, a 1/2 mile gravel trail next to the lake that’s listed as a mile (guess they mean out and back), restroom/shower house, and a gazebo on a island. Fishing is allowed in the lake and I imagine you could use kayaks, canoes and other unmotorized boats too. Needless to say there is plenty to do at the park because there isn’t much else in the community of 900. There is a fuel station/convenience store, a hardware store and a couple bars for the most part. Grocery shopping, restaurants and other shopping is as close as 10 miles away. The countryside here is very beautiful in my opinion, lots of dairy farms, as I believe from what I’ve read their county has the highest concentration of farms in the state. Be sure and make a trip to Throp and visit Marieke Gouda, a dairy farm and gouda cheese maker, and to Nolechek’s Meats. Nolechek’s bacon, brats, as well their whole meat selection, is to die for. If your looking for a nice quite park in the heart of dairy county to relax and unwind, this is the place to do that.

| Peace and quiet

By user-4873701... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-05 to 2019-06-09

Arrived and found a man mowing- told me to put cash in the pipe by the shower building. I stayed at site 11 which was nice; however you better have a long hose if you need water- which is on site 12. The park started getting full Thursday- everyone respectful and quiet at 10pm. The Park is adding additional sites. The women s shower looked ok - I didn t use it. I would stay again.



Fifty Amp

Pull-thru Sites


Shade Trees