Sheffel’s Hideaway Campground Makes You Feel Like Family

Nestled against hundreds of acres of Point Beach State Forest is the family-owned campground site Sheffel’s Hideaway Campground, opened from April 1st to December 1st but the campground can accommodate your stay before those dates with just a call.

Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground Makes You Feel Like Family
Look at how beautiful it was in the early morning…

Enjoy your camping experience with the State Forest on two sides of the campground, flanked by a locally renowned restaurant/pub on the Southside. In Spring 2011 after years of construction to make the perfect conditions to accommodate all travelers and campers, the grounds went from dream to reality.

All about Sheffel’s Hideaway Campground

Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground is like a home away from home, you can drive in, plugin, and enjoy the campground as a natural and beautiful backdrop. The campground offers 50 large campground sites, some of those campgrounds being pull-throughs.

Each camping ground has its own electric hook-ups, water, and many sites offering sewer connections as well. The campgrounds can also be used for tenting for a rustic weekend away. To ensure privacy the individual showers are accessed from outside the bathroom/laundry room that’s centrally located on the grounds.

Firewood can be bought for campsites or you can use fallen branches from the grounds to burn in fire rings, ice can be purchased to keep your beverages of choice nice and cold. The innovative luxury of Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground is the free WiFi. Keeping you connected with family, friends, or if you’re visiting but plan to work on your stay.

Point beach State Forest by Sheffel's Hideaway Campground
You are only a short drive from Point Beach State Forest – a beautiful hiking spot!

This is the perfect place for you if you like bike rides and walks with nature. Bike through Rawley Point Bicycle Trail basking in the sunlight and natural beauty throughout the miles and miles of trail, this trail is adjacent to the campgrounds making it the easiest trail to navigate to.

Taking a ride North brings you to the Ice Age Trail and trails of Point Beach State Park, heading South will give you access to Mariner’s Trail which is located along Lake Michigan’s shoreline. Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground is a quick 5 minutes from historical downtown.

Great fun for kids too!

Two Rivers may be a small quiet town but it hosts events through the year, check the calendar to see what is happening on a night, week, or weekend you’d be interested in before making motoring in.

The Ice Cream Sundae celebration would be a cool way to spend your time in Two Rivers, the sundae was created right here after all. A few other events are Kites Over Lake Michigan, the Cool City Classic Car Show, Ethnic Fest, and Carp Festival just to name a few.

Miss Sarah gave the Port Sandy Bay pizza 2 thumbs up!

Restaurants near Sheffel’s Hideaway Campground

Make sure you make a plan to try the pizza at that locally owned restaurant/pub that borders the campground – Port Sandy Bay. It’s a little unorthodox as to how you order and pay for your meal at a counter, and then they bring it out to your table, but the food is top-notch!

A VIEW from our hike at Sheffel's Hideaway Campground
You can check out Rawley Point Lighthouse!

Grab the calendar, the family, and the events list to plan a stay you’ll always remember. Scheffel’s Hideaway Campground is 90 minutes north of Milwaukee, 30 minutes south from Green Bay, Fox Valley is about 45 minutes to the East, 15 minutes from Manitowoc and the Manitowoc S.S Badger Dock. Keep in mind and respect the privacy of other travelers and campers. This family-owned campground wants to make sure everyone enjoys their stay with the intent of being safe and happy.

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