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Great Park

Campsites are a bit close and there are no water hookups. However, canoeing and fishing right from... read more

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OddEater
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Fairhope, Alabama
Expensive for out-of-state residents

We don't live in Wisconsin, and for a tent campsite we had to pay extra for out-of-state, an $11... read more

Reviewed August 17, 2018
Helen711
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Atlanta, Georgia
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Reviewed yesterday

Campsites are a bit close and there are no water hookups. However, canoeing and fishing right from your campsite. Beautiful area, but not much commerce nearby.

Thank OddEater
Reviewed August 17, 2018

We don't live in Wisconsin, and for a tent campsite we had to pay extra for out-of-state, an $11 fee to use WI parks (it was $38 for an annual pass), and $10 for electricity. We ended up paying $44 for one night of camping....More

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Reviewed August 6, 2018 via mobile

This is a beautiful park! Most of the sites have water access, trees for cover and a great view. The trails were stunning and well maintained. The beach and sand volleyball are both convenient. All in all, a great park- only bummer was 9-1030am shower...More

Thank Curiosity569956
Reviewed July 9, 2018

Spent a couple days in Brunet Island State Park with another couple. Our goal was to do some kayaking and biking in the great Wisconsin outdoors. We were not disappointed. This is a great place for flatwater kayaking with all the little islands and Fisher...More

Thank fdlkerr
Reviewed July 5, 2018 via mobile

This state park is a great destination for kayaking. We made a day trip to the park for kayaking. Lots of quiet water areas to explore. We spotted blue heron, turtles, deer, and other wildlife as we paddled around the island. We mostly stuck to...More

Thank Patti S
Reviewed June 8, 2018

I first reviewed Brunet 2 years ago, and we just visited again. We arrived on a Tuesday when the campground was virtually empty. There are now 2 pull-through sites, #22 and 23. The rest are back in. It's still a great place to hike and...More

Thank Eldereaglewatcher
Reviewed June 2, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful state campground. We stayed in the south campground which has electricity but no water at sites. Very quiet. Shower facility is clean. 2nd visit. Will return and try the tent sites.

Thank Sue R
Reviewed September 2, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful park! We decided to try something new last year and enjoyed it so much we came back this year! The ability to kayak quiet waters and the big river is awesome! The water sites are beautiful!! The sites are big and nice! We really...More

Thank Michelle K
Reviewed July 15, 2017

Wisconsin's State Park system is second to none. No matter what kind of outdoor interests you have, you can find one (or several) that cater to it. At Brunet Island State Park, it's all about the Cornell Flowage where the Chippewa and Fisher rivers converge....More

1  Thank DanielBakerMKE
Reviewed May 23, 2017

This park is one of our favorites and has several non-reservable sites so you have a chance in the summer months to stay for a week. Kayaking and nature walks are beautiful. Its not uncommon to see deer and geese. The owls sound awesome at...More

Thank Ann S
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sewbrooks
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Yes, there are canoes and kayaks available for rent as well as PFD's.
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