*We are closed for the season, but are currently taking on-line reservations for the 2022 camping season (go to Book Now).
2022 season: Friday, May 6th – Monday, October 17th
Note: If you email us or make an on-line reservation while we are closed, it may take a couple of days for you to hear from us…but we will get back to you!
“This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at!” is often heard here.
Wagon Trail Campground is located in beautiful Northern Door County. It is blessed with beautiful acreage bordering the Mink River Nature Conservancy Preserve. Our wooded sites will provide you with a feeling of seclusion and privacy that is difficult to find at campgrounds these days. Combine this with highly rated clean restroom and shower facilities and you have a first rate “camper’s campground”. Wagon Trail Campground provides you with an opportunity to relax and connect with nature. WTC caters to campers who enjoy the outdoors and to campers who are looking for quiet nights (quiet hours beginning at 10pm). All this, and the rest of Door County at your fingertips. We invite you to “enjoy our good nature!”
Wagon Trail Campground specializes in quiet nights and secluded sites set in the beautiful forests of Northern Door County just a 1/4 mile from Lake Michigan. It has 145 sites, is big rig friendly, and has cabin, yurt, and travel trailer rentals. It is a very well maintained, nature-oriented campground with clean restrooms and shower facilities, and is located close to everything Door County has to offer. There are hiking trails to the Mink River Nature Conservancy and Rowley’s Bay Resort where there is a bakery, restaurant, pub, and boat launch. Our quiet nights (quiet hours from 10pm-8am) and clean facilities have campers coming back to us year after year.
Wagon Trail Campground, established in 1971, was founded when the Peterson family took part of their land and built the campground from scratch. The name Wagon Trail comes from the logging roads that ran through the property connecting Rowleys Bay to Ellison Bay in the 1800’s. Ownership has changed hands, but the vision of the campground has not; a place where people can connect with nature and enjoy quiet nights and secluded sites. 2021 will mark Wagon Trail Campground’s 50th year as a campground!