Full Hook-Up: Water, Sewer & Electric — $30.00 per nite
Water & Electric — $ 27.00 per nite
Tent with Electric — $20.00 per nite
Tent — $17.00 per nite
Weekly Full Hook-Up — $175.00 for the week
Weekly Water & Electric — $155.00 for the week
Monthly Full Hook-Up — $500.00 for the month
Seasonal — $1400.00 May 1st until Oct. 1*
*Includes option to leave trailer on site for off-season.
Eagle Ridge Campground is surrounded by pines along the scenic Chippewa River, with nesting eagles, deer and osprey for you to enjoy. There are 45 full service sites and 50 water and electric sites to choose from, both wooded and open camp sites, and sites with full RV hookups. Our full shower facilities make it easy to stay and play.
Conveniently located between the Hallie Ballfields and Casper Park, Eagle Ridge Campground gives you easy access to the best of the Chippewa Valley.
Eagle Ridge Campground…just a couple miles off the beaten path (Business Hwy 53) but you’ll feel like you’re a million miles away! Come stay with us and relax.
Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, WI
What better way to enjoy your family than in a quiet little campground in Chippewa Falls, WI? When it’s the end of the long work week and all you want to do is sit back, around a crackling fire and enjoy the wood smoke where do you go? Eagle Ridge Campgrounds, in Chippewa Falls, WI that's where!
Eagle Ridge Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, WI is the newest campground in the area. It’s situated along the banks of the Chippewa River, just on the southern outskirts of Chippewa Falls. There are 24 sites available to pull your camper or park model in for the season. These sites include, city water, septic and electric. There are also 54 pull-thru sites, so we’re ready for your big rig. At these sites you can hook up to electrical. Finally, 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.
It’s fun to rough-it sometimes, but let’s face it; some parts of modern life are really nice! After a long day on one of the area’s bike trails or participating in one of the near-by softball tournaments it’s good to know that there’s a modern bathhouse to be refreshed in. At Eagle Ridge Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, WI there’s a new, clean, modern facility with private showers and flushable toilets.
While staying in our Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, WI you can sit back and enjoy your natural surroundings. There are some nice primitive walk-trails on site that take you down by the scenic Chippewa River. When you’re out walking it will soon become apparent to you 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 wild life native to this area: wild turkeys, deer and wood turtles to name a few.
If you’re looking for a little more to do while you’re visiting Eagle Ridge Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, WI you might choose to visit the brewery or one of the two wineries that Chippewa Falls boasts. Chippewa Falls is home to Leinenkugel Brewery, which offers daily tours of their facilities. After 104 years in business they’ve built up quite a legend. Luckily there’s a tasting room to find out if it’s as good as everyone says! Autumn Harvest Winery is a family-owned business that started out as just an apple orchard. The McIlquham family grew apples for over 80 years. Now John & Marykay McIlquham have added a new dimension to the traditional apple orchard. They’ve added tasty wines and hard apple cider. During the season you can indulge in complementary samples of their wines and gourmet nibbles. River Bend Winery, which enjoyed its inaugural season in 2009, has a wine tasting room open weekends all summer long. You can purchase wine by the bottle or sit out on their veranda and enjoy it by the glass.
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, WI? How about ball tournaments? Our campground is strategically located across the street from Hallie Ball Park and within 2 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.
Your first choice for a family get away is Eagle Ridge Campgrounds in Chippewa Falls, WI!