CAMPGROUND

Opens May 15, 2018

Parks      Reservations      Forestry      Campground

For Campground information call Berlin 's Park & Recreation Department at:
920-361-5437, parkandrec@cityofberlin.net

Campground Brochure

Campground Policies

Campground Site Map

 

Riverside Park, one of the premier community parks in east central Wisconsin, stretches some 3,700 feet along the east bank of the Fox River in the northern portion of the city. At 38 acres, the park serves as Berlin's primary park facility. The park is heavily used by boaters, fishers, campers, picnickers, and athletes, and provides access to the Fox River. It also accommodates softball & volleyball leagues, youth programs, and hosts a number of community events and festivals. Facilities include two lighted softball diamonds and an unlighted youth baseball diamond; six volleyball courts; over 2,000 feet of sea wall with boat moorings; a double boat launch; state-of-the-art basketball courts with glass backboards; 8 lighted horseshoe courts; 35-unit RV camping area with 26 electric hookups (20, 30, & 50 amp) and firepits, shoreline moorings, water supply, and dump station; three large shelter houses with restrooms and electricity; five children's playground areas; and Clark School Museum. Local civic groups have made major contributions towards the park's development.

Directions:

For GPS directions, the address is 161 W. Waushara Street, Berlin, WI 54923

From East: come into Berlin on Hwy 91 go right on Wisconsin St. to Waushara, left on Waushara. Waushara dead ends into campground.

From North or West: Come in on Hwy 91 or Broadway and make a left onto Wisconsin and then a left on Waushara.

From South: Follow Hwy 49 South into Berlin. Make left onto Huron St. Right onto Wisconsin and then a left onto Waushara St.

Nestled along the shore of the Fox River is your opportunity to escape the pressures of every day life and return to a simpler time and place. The City of Berlin is located a mere 20 miles west of Oshkosh. With a population of 5,300 residents, Berlin was voted best small town in Norman Rockwell's Wisconsin Trails . Berlin gives a feel of days gone by.

Berlin Aquatic Center  offers a way to have a great time escaping the summer heat. Within the same park area as the pool, the newly renovated Longcroft Park includes 900 ft of shoreline with 10 fishing stations and a paved walkway with many native plants to enjoy. Berlin Locks Park is another favorite spot for many local anglers. Only a short distance from the campground, Berlin's downtown features specialty shops, restaurants, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, as well as one-of-a-kind stores not found in big cities. Having recently been placed in the National Register of Historic Places, Berlin's Nathan Strong Park has many outstanding Victorian homes nearby; so take a walk and enjoy outside viewing of these beautiful homes.

Enjoy your stay, and be sure to take in all we have to offer whether it is a ball game in the evening, a swim in the pool, boating and fishing on the Fox River, or a leisurely afternoon in historic downtown Berlin.