In order to make everyone’s stay

at Hickory Oaks Campground

a pleasant and safe one,

we ask all of our guests to respect

the following important rules.

Camping Rates

WN8A0552Camping rates are based on up to 4 adults/site or 2 adults and 3 children, 1 tent or camping vehicle/site, and 1 car/site. Adults are individuals 18 years old and older*. Additional rates are noted below if you have extra people, an extra vehicle, and/or extra camping units or tents. All our rates are subject to a 5% tax.

*All Country USA campers must be at least 21 years old. IDs will be checked!

Reservations and deposits

Reservations are accepted with a $30.00 deposit for campsites and $50.00 for a rental unit; this amount will be applied to your camping fees. The deposit can be made by check, cash, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover).

Payment by check must be received within 10 days of making the reservation, and payment by credit card can be made by phone.


Campsite check-in/check-out time is 1:00 p.m.

Rental unit check-in is at 3:00 p.m., check-out is at 12:00 p.m.

If checking in early, add $5.00 to your first night’s stay.

If you wish to stay an extra night, please register at the office prior to 10:00 a.m. in order to verify availability.  Please leave your site as clean as you found it.


The entire deposit is forfeited if you cancel your reservation less than 10 days before check-in time.

A $10.00 handling fee will be charged on all refundable campsite cancellations and a $20.00 handling fee will be charged on all refundable rental cancellation. No refund for cancellation on check-in.


Pump-outs, visitors, extra unit, and extra vehicle are subject to additional charge.

Each pump-out is charged $8.00.

4 adults per site, 2 additional people allowed for an extra $6.00 per night.
Additional vehicles will be charged $2/day; $5/day for special events (each camping unit includes one vehicle). Please note: No vehicles will be allowed at camping sites during Country USA.  There will be designated parking areas after unloading vehicles.

Additional Rules

Per the Wisconsin DNR regarding firewood:

If you are a camper from farther than 50 miles away from the campground, do not bring along firewood. If you are a camper from Wisconsin, consider buying your firewood locally. For further information, visit:

Please understand – failure to follow any of the rules noted above could result in being asked to leave the campground without a refund. 

We welcome any suggestions that would make your experience more enjoyable!