Pearl Lake RV Campground, LLC in Redgranite, WI
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Redgranite, WI, Resort Park
If you’re looking for a family-friendly campsite to visit, Pearl Lake is the perfect place! Located in central Wisconsin, Pearl Lake is known for its clear blue waters. With over 100 acres of water, there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy the waterfront. Plus, the Pearl Lake Boat Landing is free to the public, allowing easy access for getting out on the water.
Pearl Lake RV Resort offers spacious, comfortable campsites for you and your family to enjoy. Our campsite reservations come with on-site activities and facility activities to ensure that you’re comfortable and entertained during your stay. You can find our resort park at the intersection of County Road EE and South Pearl Lake Road just three miles north of Redgranite.
Pearl Lake RV Campsites
We offer a variety of RV campsites to choose from while staying at Pearl Lake. Whether you are bringing the whole family, or going on a couples trip, we have room! Depending on the type of campsite, guests can enjoy special features to enhance the camping experience. A few of these features include air conditioning, electrical hook-ups, and scenic views of the lake.
Our campsite unit types include:
- Wilderness sites
- Water and electric sites
- Poolside and electric sites
Activities and Amenities at Pearl Lake
While staying at Pearl Lake RV Resort, you’ll find plenty of activities to stay busy on-site at our resort park. Whether you want to explore the outdoors, or cool off in the air conditioning, you can find it at our park. Get a group of friends together and play a game of sand volleyball, or enjoy refreshments in our restaurant.
Additional on-site activities and amenities include:
- Large beach pavilion
- Sand-bottom swimming pond
- Volleyball area
- Full beverage and snack bar
- Mini golf course
- Clean restrooms and showers
- Shaded campsites
Redgranite Attractions near Pearl Lake RV Resort
While there are plenty of activities to enjoy at our resort park, there are nearby attractions to discover too. Visit Nordic Mountain and explore trails for hiking or scenic bike rides. You can even grab a bite to eat or drink with friends at local bars and restaurants.
Other Redgranite attractions include:
- Tommy’s Roadhouse Saloon (1.8 miles from Pearl Lake RV Resort)
- Hideaway Bar & Grill (5.4 miles from Pearl Lake RV Resort)
- Nordic Mountain (6.2 miles from Pearl Lake RV Resort)
- Mount Morris (6.8 miles from Pearl Lake RV Resort)
Book Your Next Redgranite Adventure at Pearl Lake RV Resort
Whether you’re looking to get away from it all for a short weekend or for a month or two, you’re sure to find fun and relaxation at Pearl Lake RV Resort. With a variety of RV campsites and plenty of on-site activities to enjoy, our resort park ensures there’s never a dull moment. Don’t want to make your reservation, give us a call to book your campsite today!
We Love it there. People are so friendly.Connie Boening
Water in the swimming pond is cloudy. Bathrooms need to be updated and spider webs cleaned up and removed. Nice there is a band there sometimes. Regulars aren't... Read More
Water in the swimming pond is cloudy. Bathrooms need to be updated and spider webs cleaned up and removed. Nice there is a band there sometimes. Regulars aren't very friendly to weekenders. Campsites are very close together and packed in like sardines.Nellie Abby
We are tent campers Pros: Clean bathrooms, friendly customer service affordable, nice beach. Cons: The owners do not enforce the noise curfew, so if you're no... Read More
We are tent campers Pros: Clean bathrooms, friendly customer service affordable, nice beach. Cons: The owners do not enforce the noise curfew, so if you're not in an insulated rig, be prepared to hear tons of music and obnoxious conversations until 2am. The site are right on top of each other, so you get no privacy. Basically, this is a party town on the weekends and not a place where you can enjoy nature. My family and I probably won't be back.J Mo
Sites were extremely small and very tight together. We camped in the Oaks section with no one in the two sites next to us—Only reason we were able to see a li... Read More
Sites were extremely small and very tight together. We camped in the Oaks section with no one in the two sites next to us—Only reason we were able to see a little bit of nature. Many of the permanent campers are in poor shape needing thorough cleanings and clean up around them. Had moss and mildew all over the picnic tables. Bathrooms appear to be clean. Small bar area, food was good. Would not go back just due to the tight quarters of the sites and roadways extremely narrow to get a camper through. Would be very difficult to get anything over 25 foot backed into most of these sites. Too many trees and everybody is on top of each other. Pond water was extremely green!!Kathy Nickel
Definitely on our list to check out again. Very affordable, great fun for our kiddos, and I liked how all the non-permanent sites were located very close to eve... Read More
Definitely on our list to check out again. Very affordable, great fun for our kiddos, and I liked how all the non-permanent sites were located very close to everything. The sites were pretty large compared to other places we have gone, but it is EXTREMELY sandy. Only gripe other than all the sand was that the electric panel was set pretty far off from the back of our campsite, so we had to really wedge our popup into "just" the right spot where our power cable could reach and also allow us to pull our beds out without hitting trees.Matt & Sara Gonzales
Went with a group. Site was pretty level. Rates weren't bad. Need to be aware this place has a bar and live music/DJ. After the bar closed the neighbors partied... Read More
Went with a group. Site was pretty level. Rates weren't bad. Need to be aware this place has a bar and live music/DJ. After the bar closed the neighbors partied till 2:00am. I'm not sure if they even have quiet hours and if they do nobody is inforcing them. Other than that looks like is would be a great place for kids.Dean Haseman