Wisconsin Ridge: Wonderful campground on the bluffs overlooking the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi Rivers and Prairie du Chien. Campsites on the bluff side are non-electric. Although the campground is rolling, most sites are relatively flat. Modern bathrooms with separate shower rooms. Lots of trails, canoeing etc.
Homestead Campground is in a former prairie. Much more open and less scenic.
This was formerly housing for the Air Force base judging by the curbs you have to mount to get into your gravel parking spot.
Sign said 'electric only' but we tried 4 campsites and couldn't get any electric. We didn't stay.
You get off 98, go about 9 miles, and then a few more down a dirt road. We were there during the week and there was a loud, drunken group that didn't quiet down until after 2 am. Doesn't appear to be any enforced quiet hours. The sites are ample, it is right on the Suwanee river, the showers are very nice, but I wouldn't go there again.
Yes, it is right off I40. But it is VERY nice. Concrete roads and pads, big table, pool and spa (not open March 13), very nice continental breakfast, immaculately clean. Would definitely come here again!