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Camping in Door County

At Home Under the Stars

If sleeping under the stars, relaxing next to a blazing campfire, and reconnecting with nature appeals to you, camping in Door County is a must-try experience. From remote hike-in campsites to campgrounds with RV parking and full amenities, Door County has the perfect campsite for getting your camp (or glamp) on.

Campgrounds in Door County

  • Fish Creek Campground & RV
  • Frontier Wilderness Campground
  • Harbour Village Resort
  • Hy-Land Court
  • Monument Point Camping
  • Wagon Trail Campground
  • Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park of Door County
  • Aqualand Campground
  • Baileys Grove Campground
  • Countryside Motel & RV Sites
  • Egg Harbor Campground & RV Resort
  • Baileys Woods Campground
  • Beach Harbor Resort
  • Door County KOA
  • Dovetail Acres Campground
A couple sitting outside of their airstream camper next to a camp fire

Campgrounds in Door County

Standard Campgrounds
Grab the tent, cooking stove, and s’mores fixings and set off for a state park or private campground. Standard campgrounds might have as little as a bathroom and as much as a pool, game room, or basketball courts.

Camping Resorts
Get relaxed and restored while staying close to the great outdoors. Bring your RV or big rig in tow and stay at a luxurious camping resort that serves as a home base as you explore the peninsula and islands.

Year-Round Campsites
Some campgrounds, including many in the state parks, keep campsites open throughout the winter months. If you’re looking for true solitude and don’t mind being bundled up, try winter camping. After all, the only thing better than a campfire is a campfire during a snowfall.

A campsite with a picnic table and fire pit

Backpacking & Hike-In Options

Door County's small-but-formidable collection of remote and rustic campsites offer backpackers the chance to unwind in the wilderness in solitude. Pack light, bring a solid pair of hiking boots, and get ready to trek into the woods for a few miles to reach your campsite.

Newport State Park and Rock Island State Park have the only rustic, walk-in campsites, and many of them are first-come, first-serve.

Hammock hanging at a campsite

Fire & Outdoor Safety

If you're headed into the wilderness, it's a good time to brush up on outdoor etiquette basics. Keep these seven timeless tenets of preservation in mind whenever you spend time outdoors.

In addition, it’s important to always buy firewood locally to prevent the spread of disease or invasive species. If you’re camping in a state park, any firewood must be cut within 10 miles of that park. State parks and private campgrounds typically sell bundles of firewood at their offices. Otherwise, many locals sell firewood in roadside stands.

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