Devil’s River Campground
On our way through Wisconsin, headed toward Manitowoc to hop on the SS Badger, we stopped just past Green Bay at a little campground in Maribel. While searching for campgrounds on our RV Parky app, I spotted in the reviews the pictures of an amazing historical mill and outbuildings located here and just had to stop! The owner warned us that it’s not really a big rig campground, but we were still welcome. Raymond was able to squeeze us into a site, luckily, but we probably wouldn’t try it again with our 40-foot fifth wheel. The campground itself is slightly up a hill and circles around a pond. The overnight spots back right up to the pond, and there is a little beach for playing at the water’s edge. A trail through the trees leads to a gorgeous waterfall. Moss covered rocks and twisted trees line the mystical cascading waters. It’s like a hidden, magical world! Another trail leads you from the river to the historic mill, outbuildings and two homes. One of the original hewn homes still serves as the office for the campground.
We really loved this stop! It’s extremely charming, and I’d absolutely recommend this place if your rig is 36 feet or less. At $35/night (water & electric only) it’s a steal!