General Campground Information

Check-In / Check-Out Times

Check-in for RV/Tent sites is 1:00 p.m.
Check-in for Cabin sites is 3:00 p.m.
Check-out for all sites is 11:00 a.m.

Hours of Operation:

General Store/Registration Office: 
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Pool: Our pool is open Mid May - Early October and hours are 10:00 am to dusk. Our pool is open to the public Monday - Thursday for a fee ($). 

Laundry: Open 24 Hours

Quiet Hours: 11:00 pm - 8:00 am

Fire Rules:

For a complete list of fire rules, click here.

Wildlife Awareness

Connecting with nature and wildlife. Various types of wildlife big and small may be on this campground.  Be alert and give them distance and respect.  Keep dogs on a leash and properly store food, trash, and cooking supplies. Your safety and the future of wildlife depend on you.

Recreation Rentals:

Recreation rental office hours:  8am until 1 hour before the General Store closes.

Rental Fees:
Bikes - $5.00/hour, $25.00 Daily Rental              
Mini Golf - $3.00/person

Propane Fill

We now offer propane filling on the campground! Available whenever the Camp Office is open.

Cancellation Policies:

Need to Cancel? If you need to cancel your reservation, please call 800-562-0372 before the deadlines listed below to receive your deposit refund, minus a $10 cancellation fee. Text and email notifications of cancellations are not acceptable.

RV & Tent Sites: 48 hours cancellation notice is required. Notify your KOA by 4 p.m. two days before your scheduled arrival.
All Cabins: 7 days cancellation notice required. Please notify your KOA one week before your scheduled arrival.

Reservations made after these deadlines require nonrefundable deposits. Cancellations made after deadlines will result in forfeiture of all deposits.

Holidays and special events may have special deposit and/or cancellation requirements. Special conditions may apply during high-demand periods and special events. Please call for current policy.

Golf Cart Policy:

Guests must be age 21 or older to drive a golf cart at Door County KOA.

Pet Policy:

Door County KOA happily welcomes pets! Please respect our Pet Policy so all campers (two legged, and four) can get the most out of their camping trip. 

All dogs are required to be under control and within visual observation of their owner at all times. A six foot leash rule is in effect whenever the animal is outside the owner's camping trailer, vehicle, cabin or motorhome. No dog should be left tied up and unattended outside the owner's camping equipment. Allowing your pet to bark uncontrollably day or night will not be permitted and you may be asked to leave if you are not able to control your pet's barking behavior. While we do not have any specific breed restrictions, all aggressive animals will be asked to leave the park for the safety of our guests and their furry family members.

Vehicle Policy:

We allow 2 vehicles per site when permissible. Extra vehicles will be charged a $10.00 fee. UTVs, ATVs and Side-By-Side vehicles are not permitted for use inside the campground. If one is on the campground for use on the trails within Door County, guests are asked to take the most direct route to the trail from their site

Number of Guests per Reservation

For the safety and enjoyment of all guests, strict limits are enforced on the number of people who may be at the campground per each reservation. 
  • At check-in, you will be asked to verify the number of guests staying at your site.  
  • A limit of 6 or 8 people per site (depending on site type) will be enforced.  That total number includes both the number of people on your reservation and any day visitors.  If you have the maximum number of people on your reservation, day visitors are not allowed.
  • RV and Tent sites are limited to 6 people per site.
  • Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, and other Lodging are limited to 6 people with exception of the Deluxe Cabins which sleep 8, these are limited to 8 people. 

If the number of overnight guests on your reservation allows for day visitors, those day visitors must check in at the front desk upon arrival. Your visitors are welcome for no additional fee. Visiting guests are permitted until Quiet Hours and must adhere to campground rules. Should day visitors turn into overnight guests, they must register at the front desk. Visitors will need to pay a fee to use the pool area.

Trash Policy:

Trash pick up is between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm – for everyone's safety, please do not leave trash out overnight. An additional $50 cleaning fee may be charged to sites and cabins with excessive debris such as broken beer bottles, burned pallets, nails & trash in fire pits, excessive trash left in the cabins, etc.

Speed Limit:

5 Miles Per Hour

After Hours & Emergency Contacts:

If you arrive after the Registration Office has closed, please go to the night registration box located at the front of the store. A map with directions to your site will be in there. Visit the Registration Office in the General Store in the morning to get your pool passes and car parking tag.

If you need any assistance please call our after hours number 920 495 7065.
If you have an emergency, please call 911.

Campground Wi-Fi:

We are located in the beautiful north woods of Wisconsin, which presents some unique difficulties when operating a wireless internet network. During peak usage times, our wi-fi can be limited. The network should support basic browsing like reading emails, checking social media, or looking up directions to a local restaurant. At this time, you may have difficulties streaming videos or downloading large files. If you are having an issue connecting from your campsite, we recommend moving closer to the camp store / restaurant. We are working with vendors to enhance our network's abilities in the near future. We appreciate your understanding!

Campground Water:

Door County KOA relies on our own well water system, which is tested monthly by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This means that the water you use while camping with us is naturally sourced from an aquifer below ground and often contains more naturally occurring minerals and fewer chemicals than if it were from a city water supply. Roughly 25% of Wisconsin's population drinks water drawn from over 800,000 wells across the state.

Meet Your Hosts

Bey Proctor

Camping is fun and for everyone!

In 2017, Bey Proctor began working at KOA to explore the nation. Each new location has been a unique and exciting experience. Starting in Santa Cruz California as the Night Host, he worked his way into other KOAs in Las Vegas, Bear Lake, Rock Creek Wyoming, and Covert Michigan. His first job just out of middle school was operating the gate at a rodeo grounds. Things got more interesting from there like sculpture foundry, cabinet shop, home-brew store, import export, wine wholesale CFO, commercial lighting contractor, and EMT. With all this going on there was still time to study Anthropology at the University of California Santa Cruz. This eclectic experience is what Bey draws from as he helps guests get the most from their stay. He enjoys meeting people, good bbq, hunting, mushroom hunting, nature photography and walking Sherman the basset hound.