|The campground is near a famous biking trail along a converted rail line.|
Given the tiny size of Wilton the campground and it's facilities are pretty impressive. It boasts a swimming pool (closed for the season when I was there):
|The pool, covered for the winter.|
A laundry with a washer / dryer combo:
|The laundry thru the center door $2.50 wash $2.50 dry.|
Twin sanded volley ball courts:
|One of the 2 volley ball courts.|
Along with a covered pavilion, a kiddie playground and a fenced softball field.
Here's the data sheet on Wilton Campground:
Hookups: 20 & 30 amp
Fire ring: Yes
Water Access: Yes (
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Showers: Yes ($.50 for 4 minutes)
Dump station: Yes
Level sites: Yes
Pool: Yes (Open Memorial day to Labor Day)
Verizon reception: 4G, 3 bars
Internet reception 3 bars
Cost: $7 / adult, $3 for electric per site
So using the above costs I camped at this great campground with electric for $10 per night, a great value!
|The park's fee sign.|
My first night there was one other camper in the park, the second night I had the park completely to myself, I regretted having to continue on south towards Chicago.
|The Mini's shaded site at Wilton Campground.|
The park has an off-site attendant who comes by about 6 PM your first night there to collect the camping fee and offer plastic trash bags if you need them. He cleaned the laundry, bathrooms and showers promptly at 8 AM both my days there.
Like I mentioned I would have stayed at least a few more days at Wilton Campground if my niece's wedding outside Chicago didn't beckon. Why turn down my own "private" $10 a nite campground?
Thanks for reading!