Waukesha County

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Family and Group Campgrounds 2022 Reservations are now available online!


Camping is offered from April 1 - October 31.

IMPORTANT: Please review all Rules and Cancellation Policy information below before making your reservation.

Tax-Exempt Information:
Organizations with State of Wisconsin tax-exempt status, including Scout groups, must contact Guest Services staff at 262-548-7801 with their Tax Exempt Certificate prior to making a reservation.


Four park locations offer both Family and Group style camping:
  • Menomonee Park

    Menomonee Park is located in the Villages of Lannon and Menomonee Falls. The park offers countless recreational opportunities. It features 470 acres of rolling fields and shrublands, high-quality maple woods, wetlands, and a 16-acre quarry pond with a large beach.

    Details:

    • Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring with a grill.
    • There are no electric campsites at Menomonee Park. 
    • Firewood sales by Park Rangers are not available from April 1 – mid-May and mid-September – October 31. 
      *
      New in 2022* Self-serve firewood is available during the camping season at the Park Office at Menomonee Park.
    • Please note that beginning October 1, campground water may be unavailable.
    • Please note that the park does not have dump stations. You can find a list of local dump stations here (subject to change).

      

  • Mukwonago Park

    Mukwonago Park is a 355-acre site that includes a high ridge formed during the last glacial period, which stretches nearly the length of the park. Park visitors of all ages will be delighted to discover the park's commanding view of the rolling terrain and farmlands typical of southeastern Wisconsin.

    Details:

    • There are 7 electric family campsites, 2 electric group sites, and 2 hammock camping sites.
      • Plan to bring a 50 ft. cord to reach the pedestal at electric sites.
      • Plan to bring your own hammock(s) and straps at the hammock sites.
        • Hammock Camping Amenity Guidelines - Be kind to trees and posts:
          • Hammocks may only be attached with tree-friendly suspension systems using wide straps, bands, or belts to avoid damage.
          • Trees/posts may not be damaged in any way; no cutting of branches, no use of screws, eye bolts, nails, or other piercing objects.
          • Live trees must be mature enough to be able to handle the weight easily.
          • Hammocks must stay within the designated area.
    • Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring with a grill.
    • Firewood sales by Park Rangers are not available from April 1 – mid-May and mid-September – October 31. 
      *New in 2022* Self-serve firewood is available during the camping season at the Park Office at Mukwonago Park.
    • Please note that beginning October 1, campground water may be unavailable.
    • Please note that the park does not have dump stations. You can find a list of local dump stations here (subject to change).

  • Muskego Park

    Muskego Park is a 193-acre parcel that was purchased in 1958 as the County's first regional park. Many trails wind through Muskego Park Hardwoods, offering a tranquil atmosphere and home to abundant wildlife. 

    Details:

    • There are 9 electric family campsites and 1 electric group site.
      • Plan to bring a 50 ft. cord to reach the pedestal. 
    • Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring with a grill.
    • Firewood sales by Park Rangers are not available from April 1 – mid-May and mid-September – October 31. 
      *New in 2022* Self-serve firewood is available during the camping season in the Family Camp Area at Muskego Park.
    • Please note that beginning October 1, campground water may be unavailable.
    • Please note that the park does not have dump stations. You can find a list of local dump stations here (subject to change).

  • Naga-Waukee Park

    Naga-Waukee Park spans 206 acres and offers a spectacular view of Nagawicka Lake as you meander down the boardwalk to the boat launch and beach. The oak and hickory forest and thick undergrowth define the trails that wind throughout the park, which is home to many different species of wildlife. 

    Details:

    • Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table and a fire ring with a grill.
    • There are no electric campsites at Naga-Waukee Park. 
    • Firewood sales by Park Rangers are not available from April 1 – mid-May and mid-September – October 31. 
      *New in 2022* Self-serve firewood is available during the camping season at the Park Office at Naga-Waukee Park. 
    • Please note that beginning October 1, campground water may be unavailable.
    • Please note that the park does not have dump stations. You can find a list of local dump stations here (subject to change).

  • 2022 Family Camp fees

    2022 Family Camp Fees
    The site fee includes up to 2 camping units maximum. 

    Daily Park Entrance Permit or Annual Park Entrance Sticker is required for all vehicles.

    Site Fee $20.00 / night
    Electric Site Fee 
    (Muskego & Mukwonago Only)
    $30.00 / night
    Firewood $5.00 / bundle
    • Twenty-foot maximum vehicle/camper length on designated sites only
    • Each site has space for one vehicle; additional vehicles must park in designated lots

    *Prices subject to change.

  • 2022 Group Camp fees

    2022 Group Camp Fees
    The site fee includes up to 3 camping units. There is a fee for each additional unit.

    Daily Park Entrance Permit or Annual Park Entrance Sticker is required for all vehicles

    Site Fee  $40.00 / night
    Electric Site Fee 
    (Muskego & Mukwonago Only)
    $50.00 / night
    Each Additional Unit       $14.00 / night
    Firewood $5.00 / bundle
    • *Organizations with State of Wisconsin tax-exempt status, including Scout groups, must contact Guest Services staff 262-548-7801 with their Tax Exempt certificate prior to making a reservation.
    • Park staff will collect fees for additional unit/s daily
    • Review each site online for total maximum capacity

    *Prices subject to change.

  • 2023 Family Camp fees

    2023 Family Camp Fees
    The site fee includes up to 2 camping units maximum. 

    Daily Park Entrance Permit or Annual Park Entrance Sticker is required for all vehicles

    Site Fee $20.00 / night
    Electric Site Fee 
    (Muskego & Mukwonago Only)
    $30.00 / night
    Firewood $5.00 / bundle
    • Twenty-foot maximum vehicle/camper length on designated sites only
    • Each site has space for one vehicle; additional vehicles must park in designated lots

    *Prices subject to change.

  • 2023 Group Camp fees

    2023 Group Camp Fees
    The site fee includes up to 3 camping units. There is a fee for each additional unit.

    Daily Park Entrance Permit or Annual Park Entrance Sticker is required for all vehicles

    Site Fee  $40.00 / night
    Electric Site Fee 
    (Muskego & Mukwonago Only)
    $50.00 / night
    Each Additional Unit       $14.00 / night
    Firewood $5.00 / bundle
    • *Organizations with State of Wisconsin tax-exempt status, including Scout groups, must contact Guest Services staff 262-548-7801 with their Tax Exempt certificate prior to making a reservation.
    • Park staff will collect fees for additional unit/s daily
    • Review each site online for total maximum capacity

    *Prices subject to change.

Camping Rules:

  • The permit holder is required to be onsite with the party and is responsible for ensuring the campsite is maintained in satisfactory condition. If anyone in the party fails to comply with camping and/or park rules, the permit may be revoked, without refund, requiring members of the party to leave the park and the permit holder may be assessed additional fees for clean-up and/or damage.
  • Park entrance fees apply. Daily entrance permit fee or annual entrance permit is required for all vehicles.
  • Campers must be 18 years of age or with a parent/legal guardian
  • Quiet time 11:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m.
  • Seven night camping limit
  • Check in is 3:00 p.m., check out is 12:00 p.m.
  • All firewood must be purchased at the park; no carry-ins
  • Parking on pavement, gravel, or designated areas only
  • Unlicensed motor vehicles (i.e. golf carts, UTVs, ATVs, etc.) are prohibited
  • No more than 3 dogs per handler.
  • Dogs must be leashed (6 ft. maximum length). Electronic leashes or collars are not considered a leash.
    *Off-leash permitted in designated Dog Exercise Areas and Dog Swim Areas only
  • Handlers shall have control of their dog(s) at all times
  • Handlers are responsible for removal and disposal of their dog's waste in a sanitary manner.

These rules are in addition to all Park Rules

Camping Cancellation Policy:

  • Camping reservations cancelled fewer than 14 days in advance will not receive a refund; camping reservations cancelled more than 14 days in advance will receive a full refund.
  • No refunds are given due to unforeseen circumstances or weather conditions, unless the park or facilities are officially closed. 
  • Campsite permits are nontransferable.

Waukesha County Park System Administration
Mailing Address:
 515 W. Moreland Blvd., Rm AC 230, Waukesha, WI 53188
Reception Desk:
 AC260
Business Hours: 
M-F, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (excluding Holidays) 
Phone: 
(262) 548-7801Email: parksinfo@waukeshacounty.gov

Fee-based Park Hours: Sunrise to 10 p.m. (Year-Round)
Daily Park Entrance Fee: $6 per car | $25 per bus

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