|Walking distance to downtown Ogema.|
It appeared there were six grass covered campsites with fire rings and there were "signs" on the ground that it is also an equestrian campground. Although the park is open year round I'd have to guess that practical camping usage is May to October as the sites would be inaccessible in snow and the water in the restrooms is turned off at the end of September.
|"Responsible" consumption of alcohol permitted!|
Fire ring: Yes
Water Access: Yes
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Dump station: No
Level sites: Yes
Verizon reception: 4G, 2 bars
Internet reception: 3 bars
Cost: Free up to 7 nights
|Geese playing outfield in the park's ball diamond.|
The park has a ball diamond and the restrooms by the diamond are left open for campers to use. There is one electrical outlet in the bathroom that would be usable for an emergency phone charge if needed but there are no other power outlets in the park. Adjacent to the nice children's playground was something you almost never see at a playground anymore:
|A tether ball! Hours of fun!|
|This little gazebo just kind of sat off by itself.|
The park is at the end of the town's main street and a couple block walk takes you to the town's diner and two taverns (Ogema is really small).
|The park has a nice play area, bathrooms in the background.|
As I mentioned I only stayed on night at Pioneer Park but I enjoyed the experience and the Tank was the only RV there. The park is far enough away from the highway that it stays really quiet. I'd come back if I'm passing through this part of Wisconsin again.
Thanks for reading!