What better way to enjoy your family than in a quiet little campground in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin? At the end of the long work week and all you want to do is sit around a crackling fire and relax –
Come camping at Eagle Ridge Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin!
Conveniently located between the Hallie Ballfields and Casper Park, Eagle Ridge Campground gives you easy access to the best of the Chippewa Valley. Our Chippewa Falls campground is just a couple miles off Business Hwy 53, but you’ll feel like you're a million miles away. Come stay with us!Reserve your campsite
There are 24 sites to pull your camper or park model in for the season and 54 pull-thru sites for big rigs available for shorter stays. If you're looking for a more primitive set up, we also have plenty of places for you to pitch your tent for the night.
When you're out walking, it will soon become apparent why we called it Eagle Ridge Campgrounds. There are several nesting pairs of bald eagles that call this part of the woods home. You also might run across some of the wildlife native to this area: wild turkeys, deer, osprey, and wood turtles to name a few.
$38/night $200/week $550/month
TENT SITE: $25/night
SEASONAL (May 1 - October 15): $1,700 + electric
Includes water, sewer, and option to leave trailer on the site for the off-season. Contact us today.
Looking for a little more to do while you're staying at our Chippewa Falls campground? There is a brewery and two wineries that Chippewa Falls boasts:
So you're not a nature lover, wine or beer aren't your deal – what else is there to do when stopping it at our campgrounds in Chippewa Falls? How about ball tournaments? Our campground is strategically located across the street from Hallie Ball Park and within two miles of Casper Park in Chippewa Falls. It's a great place to call your home base during tournament weekend. Book ahead to make sure you have a spot!
Another great way to spend a weekend in Chippewa is bicycling. The nearby Old Abe State Trail is a 19.5-mile abandoned railroad grade connecting two State Parks, from Chippewa Falls to Cornell.